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Beautiful golden yellow color. The nose is mineral with notes of white flowers, honey and marmalade. On the mouth, the wine is round and rich in yellow fruits like peaches and apricots followed by notes ...
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Dark berry and cherry flavors, well balanced, with an inviting dry finish. Best Served With: Cheeses, pizza, salads, meat, veal and chicken.
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The Vacqueyras Cristins comes from a 20-acre parcel on the plateau of Sarrians, planted with 100% Grenache. As one might expect, plenty of sweet strawberry and cherry jam notes are present in this wine, ...
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Louis Bernard Chateauneuf-du-Pape is a deep garnet red color. The nose is expressive; marked by prunes, dried black fruit, coffee, spices and cedarwood. On the palate, it is fleshy, round, supple and harmonious. ...
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Tasting: The Grenache expresses all its qualities through this wine: exuberance of red fruit, roundness of tannins. The 2012 vintage, hot and sunny, brings this note of exuberance to this wine that makes ...
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A deep red wine revealing on the nose silky hints of raspberry, of liquorice and vanilla. The mouth is dominated ever present tannins, soft round and of a lovely composition. The tasting brings aromas found ...
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The Domaine Duclaux’s 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape (60% Grenache, 30% Mourvedre and the rest Syrah and other authorized grapes aged in tank) is also outstanding. It exhibits zesty acidity along with lots ...
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A very deep, shimmering purple. Complex, explosive, exciting and palatable. Surely in the register of the biggest Boisrenard. The Boisrenard offers an elegant balance and concentration.
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The white wines of Chateau de Beaucastel are amongst the finest expressions of Roussanne grapes grown in a warm climate. The two cuvees have a lot in common but show different personalities: the standard ...
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The Chateau de Beaucastel Hommage Jacques Perrin opens to a gorgeous nose with red fruits (blackberries, redcurrants), figs, black pepper and spices. The mouth is round and lush with a lot of flesh and ...
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The Grand Ardeche 2014 is shimmering pale yellow in color. On the nose it reveals aromas of vanilla and brioche with hints of honey and acacia. This is a well-balanced wine, ample and generous in the mouth ...
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This is a silky, ready-to-drink red. Cherry and plum fruit mingle easily with earth, leather and mocha, finishing on a softly dusty note.
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The Laurus wines, a prestigious range highlighting the know-how of Gabriel Meffre, have been created to represent the greatest attributes of the Côtes du Rhône and Rhône Valley crus. In ...
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This is the brand new premium Rosé from top Luberon estate Val Joanis. Made from carefully selected Grenache grapes with a little Syrah which spends barely a night on the skins giving a delicate ...
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Tasting : This Gigondas wine is an outstanding Southern Rhône blend from another bastion of reliability in the vicinity, our old friend Yves Chéron. It cries out for bold, rustic cuisine and ...
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Much like the Bordeaux growing regions, Rhone produces different profiles based on where along the river the grapes are grown. The northern end of the river and valley make up a miniscule portion of the wine coming out of Rhone due to its harsher continental climate. Its notoriety stems from it being the birthplace of Syrah. The southern end has a more Mediterranean climate, producing a wide variety of full-bodied reds and rich whites.

There are three levels of distinction for Rhone wines. AOC is the entry-level classification that makes up half of the region's production. Villages AOC is a bit more complex, and Villages AOC is allowed to a limited number of regions with the name of the village to distinguish itself further. Browse our collection to order Rhone wines by the bottle or the case.

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