Château Puech Haut is the maker of this Château Puech-Haut Tête de Bélier , a red wine from the region of Languedoc produced with syrah, mourvedre, grenache and carignan grapes. Uvinum users rate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.
Technical sheet · Château Puech-Haut Tête de Bélier
“TASTING NOTES OF Château Puech Haut Tête de Bélier 2014:
- View: very bright golden yellow.
- Nose: full of tropical fruit, apricot, white, warm, chocolate and peach notes.
- Mouth: balanced and full, fresh notes at once (citrus) and final round (acacia honey).
APPELLATION: Coteaux Du Languedoc.
VINEYARD: Château Puech Haut
GRAPES: Roussanne, Marsanne, Grenache, Viognier.
WINE PAIRING: fish, white meat, cheese.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%”
“Good red wine and reddish brown edges. Sensual aromas of cherries.It has an appropriate bitter end.
Great wine menu that would go well with a good meat.
My best friend from Wines without Appellation (France) recommended it to me.”