Domaine de Fenouillet Vaucluse 2009

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For the Beaumes de Venise Rouge and the Cotes du Ventoux, the varietals are harvested and vinified separately and the...

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Vintages Adventures In Wine
Belmont, MA (400 mi)
USD 17.99
750ml
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This is a great wine for this price point. Easy drinking.


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Winemaker's Notes:

For the Beaumes de Venise Rouge and the Cotes du Ventoux, the varietals are harvested and vinified separately and then blended to create the final cuvees. The Beaumes de Venise Rouge, with its component of old vines and concentration of Grenache, is solidly built, deeply colored and quite age worthy. There is an extended cuvaison to achieve maximum extract; the wines are aged in both "cuve" and barrel; and the bottling is done normally after two years of aging without being filtered.

For the Beaumes de Venise Rouge and the Cotes du Ventoux, the varietals are harvested and vinified separately and then blended to create the final cuvees. The Beaumes de Venise Rouge, with its component of old vines and concentration of Grenache, is solidly built, deeply colored and quite age worthy. There is an extended cuvaison to achieve maximum extract; the wines are aged in both "cuve" and barrel; and the bottling is done normally after two years of aging without being filtered.

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