Jules Côtes de Provence Red

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Intense garnet-red color with violet reflects. Expressive nose of red fruits: cherry, blackberry and blackcurrant, on a bed of garrigue aromas (rockrose and thyme). The palate is structured with young tannins, crunchy and full of fruits. Final on pepper; a young fruity wine.

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Rocky and limy clay with southern exposure at 160 meters altitude.

2015 is an unusual vintage. After a relatively cold and rainy summer, disturbed by an episode of hail, a cool autumn slowed the maturation process, while an expressive vintage. It is characterized by nice, refined and aromatic wines.

80% Syrah, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Mechanically with yields of 40hl/ha.

Maceration for 15 days with regular pump-overs and temperature control between 28-30°C. Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks.

Aged in tanks. After a light filtration, the wines are blended to be bottled.

Barbecue, grilled chicken, lasagna, moussaka.

China Wine Awards
China Wine Awards

Elegant & complex

A lovely, all-season wine

The kind of red to drink refreshed for fun.

Eye: Purple garnet. Nose: elegant, complex, ripe, grenadine, cocoa, red fruits. Palate: tender and greedy, light and melted, back on the strawberry, beautiful finish. Bottom line: A lovely, all-season wine, the kind of red to drink refreshed for fun. 3 stars. A quality wine to follow

Guide des Vins de Provence


Eye: garnet supported. Nose: delicate black fruit, tar, an animal touch, liquorice, ripe fruit. Palate: aromas of the nose, rich, fine tannins melted, vegetal finish and blackcurrant.

Guide des Vins de Provence

2009 - 2010

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