2016 Bonelli's Eagle Languedoc-la-Clape Rouge

Sourced from vineyards within the La Clape appellation, a small segment of the Languedoc region, this wine is named for the Bonelli’s eagle, which has made a home in this quiet part of the world. On the palate, this effusive red shows flavors of cherry, plum and fig, along with savory hints of thyme, rosemary and sage — herbs that grow wild among the shrubs surrounding the vines. Sublime food pairings include lamb and herb-seasoned red meats that echo the nuances of the wine.

Flavor Profile


Tastes Like


black cherry

Blood Orange

Dried fruit


Languedoc-Roussillon, France



Lamb Dishes


Did You Know?

Thomas Jefferson's household consumed about 400 bottles of wine annually. The number rose to 600 during the time he served as President.