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Domaine Deshenrys

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5L Bag in Box - 19.95 € (3.99 € / l)

A pleasure red par excellence!

Domaine Deshenrys offers you a bib with an original design, born from a 4-handed creation by Nicolas and Charline Bouchard, the couple at the head of the estate.

The red Deshenrys combines Syrah, Merlot and Marselan, grown on Villafranchian terraces, to offer you a wine of pleasure par excellence!

The Côtes de Thongue is an IGP appellation of the Languedoc, more precisely of the Hérault department. The particularity of the winegrowers of this appellation is their will to preserve the biodiversity and to apply principles of culture much more respectful of the environment. The Domaine Deshenrys is fully in line with this approach, its entire estate is in conversion to organic farming.

To the tasting

A wine representative of the Languedoc. To be served at 16°C.

To associate with your red or white meats, as well as your cold meats!

The Domaine Deshenrys

Property of 55ha held by the Bouchard family for 5 generations, the Domaine Deshenrys benefits from a range of excellent different terroirs in the commune of Alignan (34), on which have been planted grape varieties corresponding to the soil. Its name comes from the first name Henry, given to the various people in charge who have succeeded one another in the destiny of the estate.

Their red wine grape varieties thus flourish on Villafranchian terraces with clayey-gravelly soils, Pilocene and clay-limestone marls from the tops of the picks for the reds. The Miocene limestone Sousbergues welcomes the whites. Sea breezes and tramontane temper the sunshine.

The result of this diversity of terroirs is a harmonious surprise, balanced and charming.

Dare the bib!

Bienmanger.com offers you a selection of good little wines in bag-in-box, with packaging with nice looks and beautiful impressions, which will take nothing away from the magic of the wines. Or the charm of your tables.

Do you know about bibs?

The Bib (for Bag in Box) is a 3 or 5-litre vacuum-packed plastic bag, topped with a watertight press tap. The pouch retracts as the wine is pulled out, preventing any contact of the wine with the air, and therefore allows the wine to be stored better than in the bottle. And to be able to drink it at your own pace, according to your desires.

All this is contained in a box, usually made of cardboard, nicely decorated to make a strong impression on your table or buffet!

How long does a bib keep?

Bib wine can be kept between 6 and 12 weeks after opening.

Nothing to do with a cubi (cubitainer) then. Indeed, the cubi is a simple plastic jerrycan that does not allow you to keep the wine once it has been opened, the contact with the air being immediate and too important. For this reason, and contrary to the Bib in which the wine is never in contact with air, the cubi is in decline.

On the other hand, it is strongly advised to keep the opened bibs away from heat, in order to keep an optimal consumption time.

More practical than the bottle!

Bibs are perfect for long evenings with friends and family, served in a carafe or directly on the table, but also simply for everyday use.

The tap-press that decorates the bag-in-box allows you to draw wine as you wish, at any pace, at any time, but always in moderation!

Bibs have the other advantage of weighing much less, being easy to take everywhere, and taking up much less space in the fridge and cellar than bottles.

Syrah, Merlot and Marselan Alcohol 12,5% Contains sulfites

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