Mas Belles Eaux’s Les Coteaux 2005 was featured in the Washington Examiner‘s recent roundup of terrific values from the Languedoc. According to critic Scott Greenberg:
“A huge blast of blueberry fruit on the nose leads to warm flavors of black fruit and spice on the palate. The firm tannins and ripe fruit allow the wine to be enjoyed young but also provide aging potential.”
That succulent profile makes Les Coteaux the ideal wine for summer grilling, a rich, juicy red that suits just about anything passed across the barbecue pit. Greenberg’s full post is here.