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Les Vignes Oubliées - Terrasses du Larzac - Rouge - 2021


Country / Region: Languedoc

Vintage: 2021

Name: AOP Terrasses du Larzac

Grape variety: 60% Grenache, 20% Carignan, 20% Syrah

Alcohol: 14.5 vol.

Color: Red

Capacity: 75 cl


Estate rated 2 stars in the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France 2023 (RVF)
Estate rated 3 stars in Guide Bettane + Desseauve 2023

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The 2021 Red Terrasses du Larzac expresses itself around an exalted Grenache with intense floral flavors; it's a pure infusion of delicate rose, offering great freshness and precision. The structure maintains this register of finesse and grace, with beautiful concentration and full, fleshy, precise juice. All this is skilfully achieved, matured without make-up or excess. A remarkable bottle which, in this vintage, outclasses many of its peers! A degree of perfection and freshness rarely achieved, a Selection Committee Favorite rated 96/100.


Hand-harvested, sorted in the vineyard and cellar, partially de-stemmed, vatted for 15 to 20 days, temperature-controlled, aged for 12 months in demi-muids and barrels in a natural cave.


Very intense red with carmine highlights, brilliant.


A pure rose infusion, both intense and delicate, very fresh and precise, very flattering.


Full-bodied, well-structured and precise, a true concentrate of finesse. It's well-mannered, matured without make-up or excess. A remarkable degree of perfection and freshness!


Serve between 14 and 16°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Lamb kebab with herbs, lamb shoulder confit, duck breast, chicken paprika, grilled entrecôte, grilled red meats or red meats in sauce.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2031 and beyond for enthusiasts

Propelled by Olivier Jullien (Mas Jullien), Jean-Baptiste Granier has been working in Terrasses du Larzac for over 15 years on his Vignes Oubliées estate. 

His high-altitude plots in the Saint-Privat sector, planted on schist and sandstone, produce competitive grapes; the resulting wines are breathtaking in their strength and elegance.