In the 18th century, the monks, influenced by the latest trends and a thirst for new experiences, planted a maze in the Cassaigne gardens. This maze, which has since disappeared, inspired the production of a range of wines in four styles.
Le Labyrinthe - Red
Made from a blend of Merlot and Syrah, the red cuvée is round and delicious. Well-balanced on the palate, it displays aromas of red fruit and fresh spices. The finish is elegant and ethereal, ensuring an enjoyable and easy-to-drink wine.
This fruity cuvée can be tasted on its own as early as the aperitif. It is also delicious with delicatessen and grilled meats, pizza and summer salads.
Le Labyrinthe – Dry white wine
Made from a blend of Colombard and Gros Manseng, this wine offers pronounced aromas of white and yellow fruit, going on to reveal notes of citrus and passion fruit. The aromas found on the nose follow through to the deliciously fruity palate, accompanied by floral hints and culminating in a crunchy lemon finish.
A real pleasure from the aperitif onwards. Ideal served with crab, spicy fish tajine, candied lemon chicken, dill salmon, rocket and shrimp salad, panna cotta, or cheesecake. This wine goes marvellously with world cuisine, particularly Moroccan, Indian and Asian dishes
Le Labyrinthe - Rosé
Made from a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, it features attractive fresh forest fruit aromas (redcurrant, blackcurrant) and citrus notes. The finish is fresh with rich tannins, making it easy to drink.
This cuvée is a pleasure from the aperitif onwards. It is ideal served with salads, fish, shellfish and grilled meats. It also goes perfectly with world cuisine, particularly Moroccan, Indian and Asian dishes.
Le Labyrinthe – Semi-sweet white wine
Made from 100% Gros Manseng – an indigenous grape variety – this wine is both fresh and delicious. It displays a natural liveliness and a unique aromatic character. An enveloping sweetness coats the palate, instantly overtaken by a mouth-watering acidity. The finish is fresh, already inviting another sip.
This cuvée is ideal served as an aperitif. It also goes well with traditional French dishes (foie gras with apples), spicy roast chicken, sweet and savoury dishes, and makes for the perfect dessert wine, since it is remarkably easy to drink. Made from late-harvested grapes.