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Château Coujan "Bois Joli" 2020, Saint Chinian

Château Coujan "Bois Joli" 2020, Saint Chinian

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This is Coujan’s best wine. I first tasted it in the huge Cathedral-like cellars at the Château. It struck me then as something special with notes of Blackcurrant, garrigue herbs, earthy truffles and spices. It is a wine I dreamt of when I returned to England. My second tasting was in our offices where I hoped others would share my excitement. I was not disappointed.

This is a blockbuster red. It is made from vines that are at least forty year old. The blend of Syrah (60%) and Mourvèdre (40%) is aged in small oak barrels for 14 months prior to bottling.

A superb, full bodied wine with concentrated black fruits flavours, rich tar, tobacco and spice on taste, a long decadent finish.

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Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 14%
Current Stock: 26
BIN: BTL-0414
Style: Red
Organic: Yes
Vegetarian: Yes
Vegan: Yes
Designation: AOC Saint-Chinian

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Languedoc-Rousillon, France

The Languedoc is a vast region stretching across much of the south and Mediterranean and is France`s single largest vineyard entity for its Vins de Pays wines.

Within the Languedoc lie several distinctly identified Vins de Pays (including the l`Aude, Gard and Hérault) and many appellations that maintain traditional local blends and styles such as Minervois, Corbières, Pic Saint Loup and Fitou.



A red grape variety that is widely planted around the world, particularly in southern France, South Africa and Australia. Typically wines are full-bodied and deeply coloured.

Generally called Syrah in the old world, or Shiraz in the new. It produces wines which are typically high in tannins and acidity, and can exhibit a range of flavors and aromas, including blackberry, black pepper, smoke, and leather.


Florence Guy, Château Coujan

Vines have been grown on the site of Château Coujan since the 3rd Century when it was the site of a Roman Villa, remnants of the Gallo-Roman mosaic can still be seen in the Visigothic chapel.

Bought by the Guy family in 1868, Florence Guy took over stewardship in 1988. She converted the 55 hectares to organic cultivation and refitted the cellar to create distinctive and elegant wines, which are Coujan's hallmark.