On the slopes of Languedoc, the vines are grown on soils composed of limestone and marl. The grapes go through a gentle pressing process and then a traditional two-week maceration.
The name of this wine, Fiona, is derived from the old Gaelic name Fine which meant vine. The fruits of these particular vines have been ripened under the warm Mediterranean sun and the resulting wine is sure to delight.
Joseph Castan Fiona Rouge
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
Food: A perfect match for meat dishes served with herbs such as a rack of lamb or a pork tenderloin
Tasting Notes: There's a beautiful crimson colour to this wine. The nose is berries, plums, and spices with a hint of chocolate in the background. This is a full bodied wine with ripe tannins that can't be missed, pepper and cinnamon notes and that hint of chocolate again.