Grandes Serres sans sulfites 2018 (AOC Gigondas)

Gigondas is a village situated in the foothills of the Dentelles de Montmirail mountain range and lies about 35 km (22 miles) north of Avignon. The terrain of Gigondas is mostly comprised of rolling hills and valleys with vineyards and olive groves. The Gigondas vineyard get a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot, dry summers and mild wet winters. The soils here are composed mostly of red clay and limestone, much of which is derived from the limestone formations of the Dentelles. The elevation of Gigondas is varied (650-1340 ft) above Mediterranean sea level.

A Garnacha – Syrah – Mourvèdre with a medium opacity typical of Gigondas reds, with an evolutionary edge (uncorked three years after harvest). Ripe fruit greets the nose on a spicy background. It takes a few minutes to open up and show the beginning of evolution touches (spice and leather). A round and fruity entry into the mouth. The development with volume shows off a fruit at its point of maturity marked by a trail of spice. Half structure. Finish of integrated warmth (15% vol.).

A Gigondas Mountain style wine valued at $ 18 that makes us get excited with every drink. It seems that Vacqueyras has a real concurrence. A wine from the 'without sulfites'  collection produced by Grandes Serres winery in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. You will need a carafage 15 minutes before the service to help express your complexity. The best pairing for this cuvée is a variety of dishes, including roasted meats and stews. Try a Confited shoulder of lamb, oranges, turnips and shallots in the deep restaurant of Vaucluse province for become a really experience.

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