In 1994, Henri de Lanzac, cousin of Christophe Delorme from Domaine de la Mordorée, purchased the Domaine and began to improve the quality of the wine. "Ségriès" in provencal means "water spring". This family owned and operated winery is located in Lirac and produces some of the best values in my portfolio. They produce the following A.O.C. wines: * Tavel Rosé * Côtes du Rhône Rouge * Lirac Rouge * Lirac Blanc
All about raspberry and spice. Light grenachey wine with a hit of residual sugar at the front palate
External Reviews for Château de Ségriès Côtes du Rhône
The 2006 Cotes du Rhone, primarily Grenache (50%) and the balance 30% Syrah, 10% Cinsault, and 10% Carignan, is richly fruity, peppery, spicy, with copious black and red fruit and garrigue, this medium-bodied wine is best consumed over the next 2-3 years.
Who doesn't love Côtes du Rhônes? They're robust and full-bodied, yet naturally lower in tannin than Bordeaux. They're food-friendly, yet fruity enough to be enjoyed on their own. Best of all, many can be had for less than $15! And the Chateau Segries is a perfect specimen of all these values - a truly excellent wine for when you just don't know what you want.
Great deal in Côtes du Rhône! Robust Syrah blended with the bright, red raspberry flavors of Grenache, producing a succulent, medium-bodied red that matches perfectly with an array of dishes from Cornish hens and mushroom risotto to salmon and cheese fondue. Brings a wonderful warmth to the table on cold winter days.
This has plenty of blackberry and fig fruit flavors, but stays fresh, thanks to a nice graphite hint and a lingering finish of violet and spice. Drink now.
Composed of 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 10% Cinsault, and 10% Carignan, the dark ruby-colored 2009 Cotes du Rhone reveals dusty, loamy soil notes intermixed with kirsch, garrigue, pepper, and spice. It is meant to be consumed over the next 2-3 years.
Primarily a blend of Grenache and Syrah, this wine is tank fermented and aged to keep the emphasis on ripe, rich, and round black raspberry flavors. Hints of white pepper and spice attest to this wine's Provençal heritage. Though produced for the bistros of Paris, this red has been a favorite on WNY tables for nearly 10 years.
The crisp, elegant 2004 Cotes du Rhone (a blend of 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, and equal parts Cinsault and Carignan) displays good acidity, medium body, and a peppery, spicy, strawberry and cherry-tinged personality. Enjoy it over the next 1-2 years.