Dom. St. Rose - La Garrigue - Lanquedoc

129,00 kr
  • Køb 6 for 570 og spar 27%

 


'The Family'




Navnet La Garrique, som denne vin hedder, er opkaldt efter en mager jordbundstype, som findes i middelhavsområdet og hvor der fra denne jordbund, gror nærmest hedeagtig vegetation. Det lyder ikke særlig spændende, men tro os, vinen er i særklasse spændende.

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cl 75
Type Rødvin
Dyrkningsmetode Almindelig
Land Fransk
Fylde Blød og Rund, Fyldig, Tør
God Til Bløde Oste, Lagrede Oste, Pasta, pizza og risotto, Rødt Kød, Vildt
druer Garnacha, Mourvèdre(Monastrell), Syrah/Shiraz
År 2012
Alkohol 14 %
Vivino 3,8
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Domaine Sainte Rose er en familieejet vingård nær byen Servian i Languedoc regionen i Syd-Frankrig.
Deres filosofi er en mere intelligent indgangsvinkel til det at udvælge sine vine. Alt for længe har de traditionelle og bedre kendte vinområder i Frankrig, levet på områdernes omdømme og ikke så meget vingårdens egne vine.

 




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Good-value stuff! Herby, savoury and lightly pruny. Bob Tyrer, Sunday Times Style Magazine, January, 2012.

Attractive beaker of the warm south with some development and the herby insistence of a bouquet. Sweet and rich and only a tad animal. Lots of grunt here but no excess of oak or alcohol. Nicely judged. Jancis Robinson, Purplepages, July, 2011.

Decanter World Wine Awards 2011- Commended.

Impressed most with its carefully delineated herby-leathery scents – all very Languedoc. The palate was soft and savoury… Andrew Jefford(of Decanter), January 2011. …

my vote goes to the latter’s [Languedoc] strong, spicy, chocolate and black pepper-scented Domaine Sainte Rose La Garrigue. Jane MacQuitty, The Times article “Switch to red if you’re game”, 15th August, 2009

Charles and Ruth Simpson left Blighty to make wine at their Languedoc Estate and almost every one has been a winner. This Garrigue, named after the pine and herb-scented scrub of southern France, is made from the estate’s mostly 50-year-old syrah and grenache grapes. Enjoy this gorgeous, hefty, peppery, garrigue-scented wine with barbecued red meats. Jane MacQuitty, The Times, 11th July, 2009

Interesting, quite complex nose for the money. Gentle tannins and no excesses. A great buy at the two-bottle price. Good value. Jancis Robinson ,Purplepages, April 2009.

Medal Winner in the 2009 International Wine Challenge. May 2008

Dark, meaty, flavour-filled blend….impressive! Joe Breen, Irish Times, June 2007

Charles and Ruth Simpson have made a success of their move to the Midi as this Sainte Rose duo proves: this velvety red, a blend of syrah and grenache, is thick with full, ripe herby, peppery fruit. Jane MacQuitty, The Times, March 2007

This d’Oc wine is a blend of Grenache and Syrah. It has an inky black colour and a spicy nose of cherry, thyme and herbs and a background of cedary, nicely judged oak and black plum fruit. On the palate it is fleshy and fruity, with plenty of crunchy and juicy blackberry and black cherry, and a softening note of sweet, damp earth and briarwood. It is crisp and fresh style of wine, though the makers suggest it will cellar for four or five years. Very good indeed. Tom Cannavan, wine-pages.com, 2005

Domaine Sainte Rose La Garrigue receives a ‘Special Merit Award’ in the Vancouver Magazine Wine Awards.

A Syrah-Grenache-Carignan blend with some spice and supple fruit. Ripe and rounded. Rosemary George, MW, 100 Fantastic French Buys, Decanter Sept. 2004

Softly rounded palate with fleshy fruit and well integrated tannins. Rose Murray Brown, MW- The Scotsman, 10th July 2004

A concentrated mouthful of dark fruit and spicy richness with a firm, dry finish. Fans of red will love this intensely flavoured, characterful wine. Mary Dowey, Irish Times, June 2004

A tasty number from southern France’s Languedoc, this is one of the best wines to have with grilled food; especially if you want to get fancy and grill up some rare lamb chops with lots of pepper and garlic. Big fruit, a nose of Lavender and sage, and a spicy finish. Worth every penny…….yum. The cork board, Colorado, 2004

La Garrigue is one of their top cuvées … and is one of the Languedoc’s shrewdest buys Berry Bros. & Rudd, www.bbr.com, 2003

Up front crunchy grenache fruit leads to gently spicy palate with good mouth feel and decent length David Dickenson, MD 3D Wines, 2003

A blend of Syrah, Grenache and Carignan with 14% alcohol. A delicious array of aromas and flavours here – thyme and rosemary with baked fruitcake notes coupled with cherry and pepper. An upfront fruity softness finishing with a tannic burst. Scribblings Rating – 90/100 Andy Barrow, andys-scribblings.co.uk, 2003

 

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Smagen af denne vin er en reminiscens af den jord som omkranser vingården. Den er et specielt blend af druer (se produktbeskrivelsen) og disse druer kommer fra stokke som er op til 50 år gamle. Dette giver vinen en enorm karakter og intens smag Farven er dyb og rød og duften aromatisk timian med modne bær og krydret sort peber. Eftersmagen er varm, generøs og kompleks, med en superb struktur og rigdom. Vinen er på kort tid også blevet rost af de kunder som har købt den her i Wineboutique.dk
Område og Producent

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Sainte Rose laver vin som er lige så gode, men med bedre valuta for pengene, så hvis du vil have rigtig vin, som har været igennem hænderne og ikke går så meget op i traditioner, så velkommen til en storslået vin fra “den gamle verden” lavet på de nye metoder. Det begyndte alt sammen i 2002 hvor Charles og Ruth Simpson købte slottet, med en ambition om at lave storslået vin. Deres tro på det har allerede tidligt fået kunder og anmeldere til at belønne vinen med høje anerkendelser. Idag er vingården på 43 hektar og vinene laves som vin de pays, altså landvin. Det betyder at familien kan udnytte mange forskellige druesorter og vinifikationsmetoder, som vinbonden ellers ikke kan, hvis vinen skal klassificeres under Appelation Controllé. CHARLES EGEN MENING OM SINE VINE: We promise that the wines we make will both surprise and delight you and that we will change your mind about the Languedoc region’s ability to produce exceptional wine. We know our area has a none-too glorious past. But we’re making it our mission to change all that. Join us on our crusade and we promise you won’t be disappointed. Our wines are as good if not better than those produced in other regions with historically better reputations. As someone recently said, ‘change is coming’.