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Domaine André Brunel Côtes du Rhône Sommelongue 2016

The Domaine André Brunel Côtes du Rhône Sommelongue is an elegantly crafted Côtes du Rhône sourced from a single plot of land located to the north of Orange. A blend dominated by Grenache, (85%) with Syrah (10%) and Mourvèdre (5%) this red wine punches above its weight. Spicy, ripe and velvety with notes of coffee, this is traditionally styled, but with a modern twist.


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Domaine Les Cailloux
Southern Rhône
Sub Region:
Côtes du Rhône
Red Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Grenache , Syrah/Shiraz
Bottle Size:
Natural Cork
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The Producer Domaine Les Cailloux | Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France

The Brunel family has undertaken wine-making activity in the Southern Rhône since the 17th century. Numerous generations have followed on the traditions of working in the vineyards, but it was only in 1954 that Lucien Brunel created the name 'Les Cailloux' to develop...

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The Region Southern Rhône | France

The Southern Rhône, in contrast to the Northern Rhône, has a more Mediterranean climate with milder winters and hot summers. Drought can be a problem in the area, but limited irrigation is permitted to try and combat this problem. The differing terroirs, together...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Grenache

Organic Vineyard with grass crop cover

Grenache or Garnacha, as it is referred to in Spain, is a black grape variety and one of the most widely planted red wine varieties in the world. It ripens late, so it needs hot, dry conditions such as those...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Syrah / Shiraz

Organic vines in Vineyard with crop cover

The name Syrah is derived from Shiraz (the grape name adopted by Australia) and is a black grape variety that makes dark, spicy red wines in many countries. The wines from this grape...

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