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Ripe black fruit aromas are offset by notes of spice, leather, coffee and pepper. Rich, intense fruit flavors are set in a firm yet ripe tannic structure with a complex finish. Château Mont-Redon’s ...
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93 Points - Wine Spectator-Offers the focused ripeness of the vintage, with a lightly steeped edge to the plum, red currant and raspberry fruit, while extra pastis, singed apple wood and red licorice notes ...
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Deep dark color, with barnyard on the nose that mostly gives way to reveal earthy black fruit, beetroot and iron in both flavor and aroma. Big, chewy and muscular, this is the epitome of great Vacqueyras.
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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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Deep garnet red colour. This expressive wine opens up to berry fruits underscored by hints of forest undergrowth, spices and balsamic notes. On the palate, it has a nice balance between complexity and roundness. ...
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The family’s other Châteauneuf! Les Sinards comes from the young vines at Beaucastel and from a neighbouring vineyard that we farm.
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The white wine of Domaine Comte de Lauze is best served with a myriad of different seafood dishes, shellfish, crab, lobster, sushi, sashimi, chicken, pork and veal, as well as Asian cuisine.
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A bright and intense ruby blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre. On the nose a powerful wine, full, complete and silky with notes of ripe fruit, liquorice, and gingerbread. The palate is elegant, ...
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Bright ruby-red. Black raspberry, cherry compote, potpourri and Asian spices on the highly perfumed nose. Juicy red and dark berry flavors stain the palate, showing terrific clarity and spicy lift. The ...
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The appellation is Coteaux du Tricastin in the southern Rhone region. This is a classic Rhone wine, with lots of fruit on the palate with a peppery finish.
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A dense powerful Grenache-based belter with notes of blackcurrants spices and garrigue. Lovely, ripe plum and black pepper bouquet and briary, hedgerow berry flavours on the palate.
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Appearance : ruby and dark purple Nose : deep notes of red fruit, spice with toasty notes Palate : balanced, good structure, final on spices Food pairings : Serve with duck confit, beef Bourguignon, game, ...
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A nice and intense violin-ruby red robe which is typical of a strong concentration. The nose is expressive, fruity and very pleasing with ripe/jammy fruits and blond tobacco notes. In mouth, sweet attack ...
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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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Bright, pure, racy and nicely defined, with lovely peach, nectarine, rose water and blanched almond notes that all sail through the stone-tinged finish.
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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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