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Cabernet Sauvignon - Pays d Oc

Indication géographique protégée

The Languedoc is the oldest wine producing region in France. The Languedoc stretches from the banks of the Rhône River in the east to the city of Carcassonne in the west, and from the first foothills of the Massif Central Mountains in the north to the Mediterranean coast in the south.

Bouteille Gamme Gabriel - Pays d'Oc - Cabernet Sauvignon

Our "Gabriel" collection is named after the illustrious founder of the winery, Gabriel Meffre. Very early on he selected certain grape varieties with the aim of producing exciting and flavourful wines.  It is to celebrate this adventurous and visionary spirit that we created this uniquely retro cuvée in his honour.

Cabernet Sauvignon - Pays d Oc


The grapes are selected and harvested at  optimum ripeness to preserve the rich varietal character. They are then de-stemmed and crushed and the juice fermented at controlled temperature. The wine is matured several months in tank before bottling.


Vegan Friendly.

Note de dégustation: 

Deep purple-red colour and an intense and generous nose with well-ripened black-fruit aromas. This Cabernet-Sauvignon will seduce you by its flavours of black cherry and red pepper dominate the palate with a smooth and tasty finish.

Service & accords: 

Pefect match for BBQ, with cold cuts, cheese and much more!

1929 – The encounter: As he rounded a bend in the road, Gabriel came across a damsel in distress named Juliette, who would later become his wife. The story goes that she had borrowed her father’s car without telling him, and that it had broken down. Gabriel offered to help and that’s where it all began…
1936 – The creation of the winery: For some years already, Gabriel had been buying vineyards in the Rhône Valley and Provence but it was in this precise year that he decided to found his Winery.
1948 – The winery takes off: Thanks to his passion, dedication, and perseverance, Gabriel successfully establishes the reputation of his wines and his Winery in France and then in the rest of the world.