Domaine Gramenon

Côtes du Rhône La Sagesse

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R 503

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750 ml (Standard)


Cultivar:

100% Grenache

Country:

France

Rating:

91 Points - Wine Spectator

Specifications:

13.50% alc vol Sugar g/l: N/A
Type: Red Wine Cellaring Potential: 7 yrs
Origin: Rhône Appellation: Côtes du Rhône

Tasting Notes:

"Very solid, with a fleshy core of blackberry and warm plum sauce flavors, underscored by a graphite note and backed by singed bay leaf and dried lavender accents on the finish." WS

Blackberry
Blackberry

Plum Sauce
Plum Sauce

Graphite
Graphite

Lavender
Lavender

Domaine Gramenon is run by Michèle Aubèry-Laurent and her son, Maxime François. She established the domaine with her husband Philippe in 1990, in the north-eastern edge of the southern Rhône. Tragically, Philippe was killed in an accident in 1999, but Michelle stepped to the forefront, carrying on where Philippe left off. Since then Michèle has discovered her own creative voice, in so doing she has catapulted Domaine Gramenon into cult wine status.

La Sagesse is made from 100% old vine Grenache, with vines averaging 60 years of age.

Aged in old oak barriques for 12 months.

Food pairing

Perfect with beef ribs or duck.

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