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Château Guillem de Montjustin 2020

Corbieres AOC

Authentic, tiny-production, rich, yet elegantly flavoured Corbières. It's from right next door to Corbières Cru, Boutenac, and a family estate with century-old vines of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. Sumptuous, silky, with herbal and spiced fruit.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Silky. Full with lush blackberry, cherry, wild herbs and smoky spice

Aroma

Warm blackberry conserve, herbal garrigue, violets, pepper, liquorice

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

Château Guillem de Montjustin 2020

More information

  • 15.0% ABV
  • 11.25 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2026
  • Vegan

Just across a small country road from Boutenac, where renowned French winemaker Gérard Bertrand makes his £40+ a bottle Corbières, is the village of Fabrezan. It boasts equally impressive, stony vineyards. It's where, in fact, Tony Laithwaite bought his first Corbières shipment back in 1971. Today young couple Amelie and Jean Baptiste work tirelessly, in evenings and weekends (after their day jobs as consultant winemakers), tending their ancient vines and making their cru quality Corbières. The vines were planted by J-B's great grandfather, but until this young couple took over, all the grapes were sold to the local coop and blended anonymously. J-B and Amelie took over in 2007 and decided to craft their own. This fabulous red's the result.

"Stunning, simply stunning! At the very top of my favourite wines ever. I can drink this forever" 5-Star Online Review
For the 2019 vintage
Map showing Corbieres AOC
Tasting note information