Varietals: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault
Visual Aspect: Cherry red
Nose: Concentrated berries and cherries
Palate: Ample and fruity with a gentle hint of oak
Food Pairing: Pasta, white meats, fish and barbecue
This is one of my favorite Cotes due Rhone wines and always reliable vintage after vintage. Around our house this is what we pull out for burgers or sausages on the grill with baked beans. Consistently good quality and value.
This wine had a slightly tangy kick but was not at all bitter. Blackberry and currant notes were delightful.
This was a nice suprise from the time it was opened. Had this bottle with some friends that dont enjoy wine, but all thought it was easy to drink. Very light to the tongue.