Cairanne Côtes du Rhône Villages 'La Côte Sauvage'
2020 Rhône, France, 75cl
The cru of Cairanne lies in the heart of the Southern Rhône valley, north east of Orange. ‘La Côte Sauvage’ offers intense morello cherry fruit and a touch of spice on the nose, ripe berry, liquorice and a hint of cinnamon spice on the palate. The wine demonstrates finesse befitting of cru classified vineyards, with an intensity offering distinction. Slow winemaking and gentle maturation in old French oak all play their part in producing this restrained, complex, serious Cairanne. A seriously satisfying Rhône.
Treat yourself to a case:
6 x bottles 75cl
12 x bottles 75cl
Case of 6: £111.00
Case of 12: £222.00
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Behind the bottle: Domaine Boutinot
Boutinot’s love affair with the Southern Rhône spans thirty years of making wine in the region. In 2010, the relationship was sealed with the purchase of a winery and vineyards above the village of Cairanne. Domaine Boutinot’s seven vineyards are planted with classic southern Rhône grape varieties, old vine Grenache Noir and Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignan Noir, and they all sit within the Cairanne Cru boundaries, sanctioned in 2016 when Cairanne was granted its own appellation status. Working with their vigneron neighbours they are helping to revive traditional grape varieties such as Cinsault and Counoise, and in the cellar they prefer time-honoured winemaking methods such as a long cuvasion aided only by natural yeasts, gentle remontage, manual pigeage and patient maturation in a nursery of French oak barrels.
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