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

blackberry

black cherry

Blood Orange

Dried fruit

Region

Languedoc-Roussillon, France

Pairings

Barbecue

Lamb Dishes

Burgers

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.