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St Clementin Réserve Benoit XII Châteauneuf du Pape 2015 (3x 750mL), Rhone

Lot No: 0052-2475359

In the XIVe century Pope Jean XXII, chose Chateauneuf as the location for their summer residences, and then decided to plant vines on the stony land which surrounded their landholdings. For a long time the wine production remained a secret but started to become well known in the XVIIIe century but it was in 1929, that it was officially recognized and bestowed with it's own appellation Châteauneuf-du-Pape. This appellation means that the wine production in Chateauneuf du Pape is subject to strict controls to ensure that the 55 vineyards produce an extremely fine wine.Located between Avignon and Orange, Chateauneuf-du-Pape spreads out at the foot of the remains of it's fortress castle.. The village looks over the plain of Comtat and the 3 000 hectares of vine fields. The village is almost completely dedicated to its world famous wine "Chateauneuf du Pape" which is also part of the similarly famous Cotes du Rhone. (259998-5)

$36.34
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Les charmes Chateau les Amoureuses Grenache Noir 2015(3x750mL)Cote Du rhone

Lot No: 0038-2475359

Settled between the Rhône and Ardèche rivers, wild landscapes are brought to life with hills and plateaus rugged by valleys.With different altitude levels, they offer great surfaces for vineyards, which the culture goes back to ancient times.Fig trees, junipers, olive trees, mulberry trees and lavender add to it to set the scenery.Château Les Amoureuses Vineyard is settled in Bourg-Saint-Andéol, close to the Gorges de l’Ardèche, on the right bank of the Rhône, in an area intertwining a relative northern mildness and a rustic Mediterranean character.Les Amoureuses, a true story or just a legend...Long ago, when flowers began blossoming, the young girls of Bourg-Saint-Andéol used to come get some fresh air and discuss by a stream running nearby vines planted in the area of “Vinsas”. Young boys were not long coming to join them and love stories inevitably happened.From then on those vines were named “Les Amoureuses”, a name which nobody would ever think of changing!A PROJECT, AN AMBITION, A PASSIONJean Pierre Bedel, CEO of the Fabemi Group, is an entrepreneur with a go-get personality, who has always had an enduring love for the land of Ardèche.Along with his wife Florence, they became owners in 2011 of Château les Amoureuses with a deep set ambition to produce their own new wine.There has been a total overhaul on the 76 hectar wine-estate, from the vineyard to the very least details of the barrel room: selection of varietals, vineyard procedures, vinification, ageing and blending. In other words, the whole winemaking process.A totally new approach orientated towards quality wine production, based on the diversity of Ardèche’s soils.As a result the project of commingling TERRES DES AMOUREUSES (IGP ARDECHE craft wines, representative of innovation, freedom… and boldness!) with the classicism of CHATEAU LES AMOUREUSES (genuine and elegant wines, AOP Côtes-du-Rhône and IGP Coteaux de l’Ardèche) came to life. (259998-11)

$23
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$69
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Vallon aux Galets Cotes Du Rhone Rouge 2015 (6 x 750mL) Cotes Du Rhone

Lot No: 0053-2475359

Grape Varieties

- Grenache, Syrah, Mourdvedre (263811-8)

$8.17
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$49
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Les Celliers de Champsbilloux IGP Bouches de Rhone NV (6 x 750mL)

Les Celliers de Champsbilloux IGP Bouches de Rhone NV (6 x 750mL)

Lot No: 0037-2475359

Bouches-du-Rhone

is the IGP title for wines made in the administrative department of the same name on the southern coast of France. Bouches-du-Rhone lies within the Provence wine region, and is also home to the more-famous AOC regions Coteaux Aix-en-Provence and Les Baux de Provence. Because of the AOC’s restrictive laws and fierce loyalty to the traditional grape varieties, many of the IGP wines – which are made from a wider pool of grape varieties – are considered among the department’s best.The boundaries of Bouches-du-Rhone are mostly geographical: the Durance river delimits the north, while the Rhone river (flowing south from the Rhone Valley wine region) makes up a portion of the western border. A swampy wetland area known as the Carmargue lies in the very southwestern corner of the department, on the western side of the river. The Mediterranean makes up the southern border.The combination of climate and geography makes Bouches-du-Rhone well suited to viticulture and grapes have been grown here for thousands of years. While there is an array of different landscapes, from rocky limestone hills to vast plains, soils tend to be poor, free draining, and made up of anything from limestone clay to gravel and sandstone. A lack of water in the soils leads vines to produce more concentrated grapes, leading to more concentrated, flavourful wines. (263811-16)

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