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Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Villages 2010

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1768834
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Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Villages 2010 750ml

Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Villages

Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone is an attractive ruby red color. On the nose, it has tart red fruits, such as red currant and red cherry, and black pepper. On the palate, this wine has a nice attack, full of fruits, and an ample finish.

Color: Intense and brilliant red
Nose: Spices and strawberry jam
Palate: Harmonious with a long finish

The Côtes du Rhône-Villages represents the level between the regional appellation and the village appellation. Comprising seventy-two communities, this region became an appellation in 1967.

As an AOC, the wines of the Côtes du Rhône-Villages must conform to certain rules outlined by the INAO, or the Institute Nationale d'Appellation Controllee. These include requiring that the main varietal, Grenache, be blended with Cinsault, Syrah or Mourvedre. The minimum degree of alcohol is higher while the maximum grape yield allowed is smaller than the regional Cote du Rhone.

The soils here vary from red clay with rocks, sandstone covered in gravel, to lumpy sand. The wines produced here have can be of various styles: ample and powerful or light and fruity.

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Louis Bernard Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Villages 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone is an attractive ruby red color. On the nose, it has tart red fruits, such as red currant and red cherry, and black pepper. On the palate, this wine has a nice attack, full of fruits, and an ample finish.
 

Notes on the Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Villages 750ML 2010

Tasting Notes Color: Intense and brilliant red
Nose: Spices and strawberry jam
Palate: Harmonious with a long finish

Additional Notes The Côtes du Rhône-Villages represents the level between the regional appellation and the village appellation. Comprising seventy-two communities, this region became an appellation in 1967.

As an AOC, the wines of the Côtes du Rhône-Villages must conform to certain rules outlined by the INAO, or the Institute Nationale d'Appellation Controllee. These include requiring that the main varietal, Grenache, be blended with Cinsault, Syrah or Mourvedre. The minimum degree of alcohol is higher while the maximum grape yield allowed is smaller than the regional Cote du Rhone.

The soils here vary from red clay with rocks, sandstone covered in gravel, to lumpy sand. The wines produced here have can be of various styles: ample and powerful or light and fruity.