Domaine De La Renjarde Cotes-Du-Rhone Villages 2010 (12 x 750mL), France.

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Appellation: Cote du Rhone Villages AC

The soils, long sunshine hours and the terraced cultivation of the pebbly soils allow the grapes to ripen well and early. The varieties are harvested (and vinified) separately as they reach their respective optimum maturity. The Grenache provides nerve, body and deep colour, whilst the syrah contributes body and tannin, and the wonderful flavours of violet, cherry and strawberry. The fragrant Cinsault adds elegance. Fermentation with pigeage occurs in tank and the wine is aged 8 months in concrete tanks prior to bottling.

FRA - Rhône

Winery Tasting Notes

Grape Varieties

Grenache 65%, Syrah 17%, Cinsault 11% and Carignan 4%, Mouvedre 3%.


Deep red colour with purple reflections.


The nose is intense showing ripe red fruits, sweet spices and toasty notes.


On the palate, the wine is round and smooth with superbly balanced acidity. The tannins are fine yet supple with great finesse. The finish is long, with notes of ripe cherry, with a slight scent of laurel which accentuates the feeling of freshness.

Food Matching

Serve at 16 Celsius. Domaine de la Renjarde Cotes du Rhone Villages is an attractive, versatile, dry red food wine. An excellent accompaniment to white and red meat grills, hearty fish soups and stews, marinated vegetables in particular mushrooms, and fresh and medium goats milk cheeses.

FRA - Rhône
Grape Style
Grenache Blends
Closure Type
Cork closure

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The Domaine de la Renjarde vineyards are situated on an “oppida” (a type of natural rise in the terrain), which stretches from Serignan to Uchaux, and makes up one of the first spurs of the Prealpes du Diois”, and provides the vines with good protection from the wind. The nature of the soils, the long sunshine hours and the terraced cultivation combine to result in finesse, structure and bouquet in the Renjarde wines.

As always, when they built an oppidum, the Romans chose a dominating position: the hill of Renjarde between Serignan and Uchaux is one of the first spurs of the Diois Pre-Alps. As far back as one can remember, this area has always known olive trees, fields of cereals and vines. The 51 hectares of the Renjarde vineyards stretch across this naturally elevated area, protected from the winds …and from invaders.

The vines, facing south and grown on terraces, are planted on a soil composed of sand, sandstone, and calcareous rocks good for filtering, ideal conditions for a precocious harvest in the Côtes-du-Rhône Villages territory.

In fact, everything here joins together to favor the making of full-bodied, well-balanced wines. Naturally, the grape varieties used on Domaine de la Renjarde are the traditional Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvèdre to which is added the ancient Carignan, with its particular bouquet and valued for its structure. The vines on average are nearly 40 years old.

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