Cotes du Rhone

Cotes du Rhone bottle

In the 17th century “Côte du Rhône” was the name of an administrative district in the Viguerie D’Uzès (in the Department of Gard) reputed for its wines. It was not until the middle of the 19th Century that the Côte du Rhône took on the name Côtes du Rhône, due to the inclusion of the Vineyards located on the other bank of the Rhône.

March 15, 2018 | Decanter World Wine Awards
Floral, spice and red fruit nose. The palate is fruity and crunchy with ripe tannins and medium acidity. Simple but well made and good value.”
  • Winemaking

    The grapes are de-stemmed and then left to macerate for 15 to 21 days depending on the vats. During the pressing operation the juice is selected and separated according to quality. In winter the malolactic fermentation takes over.

  • Nose

    Subtle hints of black fruit and spices.

  • Palate

    A warm, powerful wine combining flavors of mild spices, black olives and stone fruits. Ample and generous, with velvety tannins and a very long finish.

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