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French cousin of Porto, Banyuls is a wine of the Languedoc-Roussillon area whose apellation extends on 1300 hectares between Mediterranean and Pyrenean chain, in the extreme south of the Pyrenees Orientales. Wine of tradition more than thousand-year-old, its vines are structured in terraces supported by more than 6000 km of dry stone walls.

On its slopes where the sun is shining on average 250 days per annum, the vine growers produce, with type of vine Grenache, these delicious sweet aperitif wines of Banyuls whose colours and savours vary according to the age and the the technics of breeding and ageing used. The tasting of glass of Banyuls will inevitably make you think of the candied fruits or dry, nuts, liquorice, torrefaction, the orange bark, the mocha coffee or the marked flavours of the cocoa.

credits photo : © Nicolas Logerot - FOTOLIA

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