These reviews form part of a large tasting of Languedoc-Roussillon wines which are published on Jancis' Purple Pages website (membership required) and in the Financial Times. Treloar, Tahi 2015 Côtes du Roussillon 17 60% Syrah, 25% Mourvèdre, 15% Grenache on a rare limestone hillside called Le Roubau, 150–200 m. Yields 24 hl/ha. Hand-picked. 24 months in French oak, 40% new, 450-litre barrels. Very low SO2 additions. 2,500 bottles.
Compact, dry and combative. There is a litt
Two beautifully descriptive and flattering reviews of our white wines La Terre Promise and Daltonian. The reviews form part of a larger article on Languedoc-Roussillon wines which is available to subscribers to her Purple Pages site. Daltonian, 2019, IGP Cotes Catalanes blanc 16.5/20 Treloar's newest wine: a 100% Muscat fermented on its skins like a red wine. So, technically an orange wine, although it's pale lemon and clear, so not what you would guess – by appearance or nos