Pays d’Oc Syrah 2019

IGP Pays d'Oc Red


  • 87 pts Jeb Dunnuck


« The 2019 Vins De Pays D’Oc Syrah Laurus from Gabriel Meffre is a juicy, classic Syrah from the South of France, revealing lots of ripe black and blue fruits, peppery herbs, and a touch of violet-like character to go with a medium-bodied, mouth-filling style on the palate. Enjoy this peppery, nicely complex, balanced Syrah… » Jeb Dunnuck, October 2020

Food & wine pairings

Chicken skewer with prunes
Grilled entrecote with mustard sauce

Detailed information


In the Southern Rhône Valley the harvest was spread out between the 2nd of September and the beginning of October. White grapes were harvested in the first half of September while the reds were harvested in two parts in order to maximise elegance and intensity. The first half was around mid-September while the second picking took place towards the end of September, after a brief, beneficial rainfall. The balance and concentration of this vintage are remarkable.

Grape varieties



Syrah from the Hérault region around the village of Pézenas:
– Gabian/Morgon/Fusilhon : terroir of schist. Plots nestled on hillsides between 150 and 200m in altitude.
And also from the Aude region :
– Pepieux : shallow gravelly limestone and gravel soils – East/West exposure.


Harvested from the 10th September 2019.
Classic winemaking and malolactic fermentation in barrels.
90% of the blend spends 8 months in 275lt one- and two-year oak Laurus barrels.
Production: 9 979 bottles.
Bottling date : 10th September 2020


Serve at: 13-15°C
Best enjoyed between: 2021 to 2026

Degree of alcohol

13,5% vol.
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