Château Pech Redon L'Epervier 2013

Château Pech Redon L'Epervier


This full bodied red is lovely and élégant, with plenty of ripe black berries and garrigue herbs and structured tannins. Outstanding value.


17 Bettane & Dessauve

15 La Revue des vins de France

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About this Wine

Country France
Region Languedoc
Appellation Coteaux du Languedoc
Winery Château Pech Redon
Vintage 2013
Color Red
Varietal(s) 60% Syrah, 40% Grenache
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 750ml
Product Code 13R1262
MLF yes
Other Organic
Inventory In Stock (185)

Owning & Enjoying

Tasting notes

Lots of fruit (fleshy ripe blackcurrant), leather and scrubland to go with solid mid-palate depth and a good ripeness. Firm tannins.


Pair with game dishes, duck confit, grilled flank steak and grilled lamb with rosemary.



clay-limestone and stony


Organic farming. Hand harvest.


Destemmed. Traditional maceration of 4 weeks in concrete tank. Aging for 18 month on lie, in concrete tank for Grenache, in large barrel for syrah.

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Winery Description

« I like to feel that La Clape has made me. The strength of the terroir has taught me modesty. He is the one who decides and makes his mark. The winemaker is only an artisan who makes shine what Mother Nature wants to give us. Year after year I gained some serenity. And little by little it came upon me that I had to respect this wild nature around me. Over time I understood something: if you don’t respect nature, you don’t respect yourself. So I stopped using chemicals and began to farm organically. It is so obvious now that the estate is in the middle of a protected natural area. Being organic allowed me to revitalize the soils, bring more balance and vigor into the wines, and helped me live in harmony with this land that welcomed me.

I like to know that La Clape was an island long time ago. Perhaps even an archipelago.
The Roman used to call it The Laci Insula (The island of lakes). Between the small valleys there used to be pounds that are now vineyards (including Pech Redon), vestige of the past even older when there were only some white cliffs above them. Those vestiges are still marking the landscape. This is why we can find marine fossils at 150m of altitude. La Clape is a wild and untouched massif from where the Mediterranean sea can be seen.”

Christophe Bousquet

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