Les Garrigues Cotes du Rhone 2010

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Les Garrigues Cotes du Rhone is reminiscent of the local, lusty, easy-drinking reds in Southern France that are downed by the pitcher in the local cafes. The wine gets its name from the French word, Garrigues, which means "underbrush of wild herbs and spices". The indigenous Garrigues which grows wild throughout Southern France is said to impart a slightly spicy flavor to the wines of the region. 60% Grenache, 25% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre, 5% cinsault & Marselan with no oak used (aged in around 50 cement/50 stainless).

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Les Garrigues Cotes du Rhone is reminiscent of the local, lusty, easy-drinking reds in Southern France that are downed by the pitcher in the local cafes. The wine gets its name from the French word, Garrigues, which means "underbrush of wild herbs and spices". The indigenous Garrigues which grows wild throughout Southern France is said to impart a slightly spicy flavor to the wines of the region. 60% Grenache, 25% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre, 5% cinsault & Marselan with no oak used (aged in around 50 cement/50 stainless).

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