Domaine Sainte Eugénie is situated in the district of Fontfroide, in the middle of the Corbières and at the foot of the Pyrénées. The clay and chalk soils of the region combine with the dry weather and sunny climate for ideal conditions in which to grow grapes that reach optimum richness and balance. The nose of this wine is dominated by the exotic spice and red fruit richness from the Grenache and Merlot. Currants, cassis, dark cherry, roasted strawberries all jump from the glass and transi
This classic combination hails from the region of Côte Rotie in the Northern Rhône where Syrah is king. The addition of Viognier helps with color extraction and added aromatics. The majority of Côtes du Rhône wines come from the southern zone with Grenache as the primary grape. It is relatively unusual to find value Syrah from the Northern Rhône. This happens to be a vineyard that is just now 15 years of age so the vines are young by most European standards.
Piedirosso, literally translated as red feet, is a rare and indigenous varietal of Campania in southern Italy. It is mostly known as a traditional blending grape in the wines of Taurasi and Lacryma Christi, but when bottled by itself the varietal reveals incredible versatility, balancing a spice and mineral driven nose with a juicy softness on the palate. The fruit profile is focused on ripe red cherry and strawberry fruits and leaves a lingering finish influenced by rustic herbs and red volcanic soil. The wines are ma
Created in 1925, the Cellier des Princes is the only cooperative cellar located in the Châteauneuf du Pape region. The majority of their wines are vinified with grape varieties that are typically used for the production of Châteauneuf du Pape. The goal for the winery is to always make wines that reflect their origin and the typicity of a particular site. The blend for this Côtes du Rhône is a combination of Grenache and Syrah aged in large tanks for 6 months prior to bottling.