This is one of the estate’s most popular wines and it’s easy to see why. The wine is a blend, which Bertie says is 50% Syrah, with the rest Grenache and Carignan.
Winemaker’s notes: “Nose: Very expressive with some notes smoky, meaty, and dark fruit (black currant; blackberry). Tasting notes: Inky purple on the glass. La Touge has full-bodied richness, beautifully integrated acidity, ripe tannin and no hard edges. It is soft – juicy tannins – very good length.”