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Aldeburgh Bay Vaucluse Rouge IGP
Aldeburgh Bay Vaucluse Rouge IGP

Country of Origin: France

Region: Vaucluse, Southern Rhone

Grape Varieties: Grenache 80% Syrah 20%

Alcohol by Volume: 12.5%

Food Matches: Grilled Meats, Casseroles, Pizza, Hard Cheeses.

Special Features: Vegetarian, Vegan, Award Winner

2013 Vintage: Berlin Wein Trophy 2014 Gold

Price: £7.75

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Tasting Notes: So smooth, you don't need to think about it, but if you pause you will find it is surprisingly good! Friendly and warming aromas and an ample, sweet dried currant palate. A delicious, uncomplicated medium-bodied, soft, fruity and very drinkable red... yet serious enough to accompany food.

Producer Details: Pays de Vaucluse is the local wine of the southern Rhone valley – the vineyards surrounding the appellations of villages such as Gigondas, Cairanne and Séguret produce Pays de Vaucluse. Of course neither the terroir nor aspect here is the same as appellation contrôlée vineyards, the yields are higher, but the ample, full fruit they yield are indelibly stamped Rhône.

In The Vineyard: The southern Rhone valley is swathed in warm sunny vineyards and peppered with hilltop stonehewn villages on its rocky outcrops. Outside of the delimited areas of the famous village appellations, the wine the local vignerons make and enjoy with their friends in the village cafes and bistros is Pays de Vaucluse. Aldeburgh Bay Vaucluse is made predominantly from a blend of Grenache and Syrah from the Vin de Pays de Vaucluse. Traditional Rhone-based viticulture is used with part manual/part machine harvest.

In The Winery: Vinified from Grenache and Syrah grapes harvested in the Vaucluse area of the southern Rhone. Grapes are put in fermentation vats and cooled in order to slow the fermentation process and gain immediate fruit flavours. Maceration between 5 to 10 days before pneumatic pressing.

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