Les sources de gléon
AOP Corbières
Les Sources de Gléon proudly represents the main characteristics of Château Haut Gléon wines, of which it is the second wine.

For novices, it is the perfect introduction to the Château's secrets. Here is your opportunity to explore its winding routes, to discover its landscapes, to stroll in its gardens to the gentle murmur of its fountains, to breathe in its promises while standing in the shade of a palm tree, and to be dazzled by the sun reflected on the windows of the orangery…
Its source is its origin.
This wine boasts all the qualities that are typical of Corbières wines: spicy and fresh, by Haut Gléon.
Les Sources de Gléon AOP Cobières red - Château Haut Gléon
Les sources de gléon
AOP Corbières
Red
Blend : Carignan, Grenache noir, Syrah.
Vinification : traditional in thermo-regulated stainless-steel vats. 3-week maceration process with short daily periods of punching down to favour gentle extraction
Maturation : 40% of the vintage is matured in tuns, 20% in 300-litre French oak one-wine barrels.
Tasting characteristics : shiny garnet colour. The nose is evocative of the 'garrigue' and preserved fruit. To the palate it is full-bodied and complex, ending on a spicy note with a supple palate.
Food and wine pairing : to be enjoyed with beef, tagine of veal and prunes, a leg of lamb with rosemary or ripened cheese.
Serving temperature : 16°C.
Optimum maturity : 3 à 4 ans.
Les Sources de Gléon AOP Cobières white - Château Haut Gléon
Les sources de gléon
AOP Corbières
White
Blend : Roussanne, Grenache Blanc.
Vinification : pneumatic pressing in an open-cage press. Cold raking of must. Alcoholic fermentation in French oak barrels for 15% of the blend (Roussanne grapes), and in thermo-regulated stainless-steel vats for the remaining part.
Maturation : 15% fermented and matured during 6 months in one-wine French oak barrels (toasted selection), and in stainless-steel vats for the remaining part.
Tasting characteristics : lovely yellow colour with greenish and golden hues. The nose is complex, with hints of quince, dried fruit, white flowers and aniseed. To the palate it is full-bodied and harmonious, highlighted by hints of honey and toast. Long-lasting spicy finish (ginger).
Food and wine pairing : to be enjoyed with fish with "beurre blanc" sauce or white meat cooked in sauce, fresh or ripened cheese or fruit-based desserts.
Serving temperature : 10°C.
Optimum maturity : 3 à 4 ans.
Rewards and medals :
2016 Competition
Guide B&D 2017
Vintage: White 2015
Score: 15/20