Rhone blend

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La Source du Clos Cotes du Rhone – 2011

La Source du Clos 2011A beautifully crafted red Rhone blend consisting of 75% Syrah and 25% Grenache.

This wine is purple red in color and has a black cherry fragrance. Lush berry fruit flavor with good minerality, medium tannins and hints of oak and licorice. A smooth wine with a dry finish.

This wine is produced from old vines and is labeled “Reserve”.

Produced and bottled by Earl Jean Barnier, Sarrians, France.

Imported by: Luxe Vintages, Boca Raton FL.

Alc. 14%

$15

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Domaine Font Sarade Ventoux 2010

Font Sarade Ventoux 2010The vineyards of Cotes du Ventoux (Ventoux) are located in the Rhone valley to the west of Mont Ventoux in the South-Eastern part of France.

Font Sarade Ventoux 2010 is a 60/40 blend of Syrah and Grenache, is dark purple-red in color and has rich berry flavors with hints of spice and smokeyness. Full-bodied with good tannin structure. Despite its richness, this wine is certainly not overpowering and will go well with red meats.

Estate bottled by Domaine Font Sarade, France.

Imported by: Weygandt-Metzler, Unionville PA.

Alc. 14%

$15

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Chateau Lermitage 2009 Costieres de Nimes

Chateau Lermitage 2009 Costieres de NimesChateau L’ermitage 2009 Costieres de Nimes is a Rhone-style red blend of 50% Syrah, 30% Mourvedre and 20% Grenache.

Dark red in color and ripe blackberry fruit with hints of spice and liquorice, this tasty red blend has firm tannins and good mouth feel that will make this wine go well with grilled meats at your next backyard barbecue.

Vinted & bottled by Castillon & Sons, Chateau L’ermitage, St. Gilles, France.

US Importers: Fruit of the Vines, Inc., Long Island City, NY 11101.

Alc. 13%

$13

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