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Pierre Montaillac Cotes Du Rhone Villages 2014
  • From the Mediterranean climate of the Rhone Valley
  • Intense red fruit characters with spice hints
  • Gold medal at Concours de Vins D'Orange 2015

Pierre Montaillac Cotes Du Rhone Villages 2014 x12

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This elegant, stylish French Cotes du Rhone Villages will delight you with its balance and harmony. It's a fine, subtle wine that owes its character to the unique terroir in which its grown, evoking the legendary landscapes where vines mingle with thyme and sunshine.

Wine Region

FRANCE

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Grenache, Syrah

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Marries well with spicy foods, game, red meats, and cheeses.

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Colour

Nice purple colour with deep violet shades.

Nose

Intense nose of red fruit aromas with sweet spices.

Palate

Generous, intense and smooth palate with elegant red berry fruit and spice hints.

Background

This Côtes du Rhône Villages will surprise you with its balance and harmony. This fine and subtle wine owes its character to its unique terroir that evokes the legendary landscapes where vines mingles with thyme and the song of cicadas. Traditional with mechanical harvesting. Mediterranean climate with clay and limestone soils.

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