Mont Tauch 2007 Domaine St Roch Red (Fitou)
Assertive aromas of rosemary, thyme and laurel dominate the bouquet of this medium-weight wine. Flavors of high-toned black cherry and boysenberry keep the mouth fresh and the finish mouthwatering.
Mont Tauch 2004 Villa Durbanum Red (Corbières)
A moderately intense nose of sweet baked red plums and toasted coconut is followed by hints of rosemary. In the mouth, it offers a lightweight but silky texture with medium soft tannins and flavors of licorice, anise and raspberry. The lingering finish is like a raspberry Halls cough drop.
Mont Tauch 2009 Le Dog d'Anaïs Sauvignon Blanc (Vin de Pays d'Oc)
White peach, sweet citrus, underipe nectarine and delicate dried savory herbs flesh out this racy, light bodied white. Pair with grilled seafood or salad with a lemon vinaigrette.
Mont Tauch 2009 Le Dog de Charlotte Chardonnay (Vin de Pays d'Oc)
Toast crumbs, soft hay and green apple skin appear in the bouquet, while flavors of lime and apple flesh fill the medium-weight mouth with a short but clean close.
Mont Tauch 2009 Le Dog de Jean Marc Merlot (Vin de Pays d'Oc)
There’s a green edge to this wine that struggles with the richer dark berries and fudge cake flavors. Soft and round in the mouth with a short finish.
Mont Tauch 2006 Rosé (Corbières)
Delicate aromas of small wild berries, white peach and herbal accents are followed by flavors of apple and paraffin. Lighter acidity makes the wine feel a bit flabby and dumb in the mouth; medium weight and a short finish.
Mont Tauch 2009 Le Dog de Roselyne Rosé (Vin de Pays d'Oc)
The aromas and flavors of this wine are not too intense, with soft suggestions of strawberry hull and ripe banana. Surprisingly weighty and round in the mouth.
Mont Tauch 2009 Le Dog de Pierre Pinot Noir (Vin de Pays d'Oc)
Carnation and baby powder mingle with the dominant black raspberry and cherry aromas. The finish is short but the mouth is rich and well structured.