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Wine Gems @ Perriello's USD 45.99 3000ml

Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone Box 2017

External Review by Wine Gems @ Perriello's:

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2017 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 19 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 rated 88 points or higher by Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!

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Domaine Le Garrigon:
Our grandfather started wine-making in Tulette (Drôme provençale) in 1919. Today, Garrigon Domain spreads over 200 acres (80 hectares) from Tulette to Visan. We make AOC, Côtes du Rhône as well as Rhône villages wines. The Mediterranean climate, marked by mistral, and the soil nature, clayed-calcareous or clayey-silt laden, with pebbly Rhône traces, are favourable to rich and heavy wine growin... Read more
Our grandfather started wine-making in Tulette (Drôme provençale) in 1919. Today, Garrigon Domain spreads over 200 acres (80 hectares) from Tulette to Visan. We make AOC, Côtes du Rhône as well as Rhône villages wines. The Mediterranean climate, marked by mistral, and the soil nature, clayed-calcareous or clayey-silt laden, with pebbly Rhône traces, are favourable to rich and heavy wine growing. The grape vine has been cultivated organically since 1997, without any yeast or enzyme, animal product, weed-killer, pesticide, thus respecting both nature and human-beings. We make our red wines by joining Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre and Carignan types of wine. As to our white wines, they are made out of Viognier, Ugni-blanc and Bourboulenc vine. The average yield, i.e. 40 hectolitre per hectare, as well as the average vine age (25 years), enables us to keep constant wine quality. The wine making remains traditional. Technical and tasting leaflets are at your disposal. Read less

External Reviews for Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone Box

External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
05/22/2018

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2017 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 19 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 rated 88 points or higher by Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2016 10/14/2017

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2016 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 18 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 and 2008 rated 90 points or higher by both Robert Parker and Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2016 10/15/2017

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2016 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 19 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 rated 88 points or higher by Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2014 11/29/2015

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2014 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 17 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 and 2008 rated 90 points or higher by both Robert Parker and Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2014 11/03/2016

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2015 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 17 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 and 2008 rated 90 points or higher by both Robert Parker and Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2013 10/23/2014

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2013 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 15 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 and 2008 rated 90 points or higher by both Robert Parker and Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2012 05/10/2014

Rhone, FranceLe Garrigon Cotes du Rhone 2010 was the top-rated wine in the New York Times panel's review of wines-in-a-box in August 2011! We're now on the 2012 vintage and it's another winner!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone is a beautiful red wine gem from a fine producer in the southern Rhone region of France and it is organic (certified Agriculture Biologique.) The southern Rhone features the Grenache varietal and includes the well-known appellations of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras along with Cotes du Rhone. The region has enjoyed a stunning run of superb vintages over the past 15 years dating back to 1998 with the single aberration of 2002 (severe flooding,) with every vintage except 2002 and 2008 rated 90 points or higher by both Robert Parker and Wine Spectator. What's especially interesting about this new wine gem is its innovative packaging. It comes in an adorable wooden Wineberry Box made of Bordelais oak and it holds 3 liters of wine-the equivalent of 4 standard 750ml bottles. Perfect for parties and summer picnics because it's so lightweight and durable-and amazingly compact! It's also a great everyday house wine, and you don't need to worry about 3 liters of wine going bad. Once the tap is opened the wine will last for six weeks in its airtight bag inside the box! What's not to like? Just remember that all boxed wines are meant to be consumed within 12 months, so drink up!Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone offers nice purity of fruit with supple black cherry and plum flavors and a bouquet of lavender, spice and mineral notes. The grapes are a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. It is nicely balanced through the lengthy finish.Enjoy Le Garrigon Cotes du Rhone with daube Provencal, BBQ pork ribs, burgers and hard cheeses.Note three 3L boxes constitute a "case" for case discount pricing.Opening instructions: Place the Wineberry Box upside down and slide open the bottom wood panel. Remove tape covering hole in front panel and push spigot through the hole with tap facing toward bottom of box. Slide bottom panel closed and turn box upright. When ready to open, simply remove plastic seal from spigot. Place wine glass under spigot and lift up on two side buttons of tap to dispense wine. Swirl and enjoy!Recycling suggestion: Wineberry boxes are a nearly perfect fireplace fire starter! Just stuff 2-3 pages of wadded newspaper into a box with the bottom panel removed, stack it on its side on the andirons and light through the hole with a match. It sustains a beautiful fire for 10 minutes or more as you add logs on top!


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