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  • Château Peyros Greenwich 43N (Red) 2010

    NT$ 2,600

    Black dress with intense ruby red highlights

    The first nose is fresh, with notes of eucalyptus and licorice. Then, black and candied fruits give complexity to a second, more intense nose.

    The attack on the palate is powerful with a lot of volume. An elegant sweetness accompanies the mouth throughout its length. The fruit is ripe, with aromas of red and black fruits. Balanced, with tannins present but coated and velvety, this wine has a good length in the mouth.


    Will pair nicely with ducks, guinea, fowls, games, and with a black chocolate cake. Settling before being served.

  • Château Peyros Vieilles Vignes (Red) 2016

    NT$ 1,500

    Red cherry robe, intense and brilliant. The nose is now well opened with intense notes of fruits (cherry, rasperry, black-currant) with notes of vanilla and lightly toasted. The mouth is both powerful and elegant. Tannins are present and well coated. On the palate, fruit aromas are really dominating with a long finish.
    Will pair nicely with roasted meat, (lamb, beef), saucy meat, spicy beef tartar, duck breast. Settling before being served.

  • Château Peyros Tradition (Red) 2017

    NT$ 1,100

    Deep and intense ruby-red color. Powerful nose, black berries, classic of the Tannat grape. Supple in the mouth, soft, with full and well rounded tannins. Taste of cherry with bright freshness on the finish.
    To conclude, great fineness and full maturity.
    Well pair with roasted meat (lamb, beef), barbecue, meats in sauce, duck magret, cheese. Best decanted 15 minutes before pouring.

  • Château Peyros Magenta (Red) 2016

    NT$ 950

    A bright, clear purple/magenta colour with a light ruby rim. This is a Madiran which (amazingly) says “drink me now!” The nose offers copious aromas of blackcurrant, black cherry, new leather and damp earth, with subtle herb and peppery spice notes. The palate is *relatively* (for Madiran) light, airy and fresh, encompassing flavours of black cherry, citrus and redcurrant, with hints of Asian spice and bitter chocolate. The gently rustic tannins offer plenty of grip, whilst juicy, rhubarb-infused acidity offers balance. For a wine so young, this is a really juicy, tangy and approachable style of Madiran, and is great now – obviously with food – or over the next 5 to 8 years.