Wine Paul Jaboulet Aine, "Parallele 45" Rouge, Cotes du Rhone, 2013
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Reviews of purchase Paul Jaboulet Aine, "Parallele 45" Rouge, Cotes du Rhone, 2013
Wine of intense red-violet color with a beautiful shine.
Beautiful structure of the wine is made up of rounded tannins, subtle spicy and earthy notes, tones of dark plums, cherries, blackberries and currants. Spicy long finish filled with shades of tobacco, anise and licorice.
Exquisite rich aroma are notes of red fruits, mixed with spices and smoky shades.
The wine is a versatile drink and goes well with many dishes, but especially with fat red meat, roasted red meat, grilled meat, hard cheeses.
Elegant red wine "Parallele 45" Rouge got its name from the 45th parallel, which runs less than two kilometers to the north of the wine cellar at home Paul Jaboulay Ene. In the village of Pont-de-Isère is a monument symbolizing the 45th parallel, with the words "South begins here." Wine "Parallel 45" Rouge is a blend of Grenache and Syrah varieties from vines aged about 25 years. Grapes obtained from Cotes du Rhone vineyards, so wine is a pure expression of the terroir. The soils in this region consist of pebbles, limestone and clay. After collecting sorted grapes are vinified in stainless steel vats for 3-4 weeks in order to extract from the berries elegant flavor. Wine is aged from 3 months to six months, and then bottled. Renowned wine expert - edition "Wine Spectator" - called wine "Parallele 45" Rouge one of the best in the Cotes du Rhone, delicious, a real find! Vintage 2012 won a bronze medal in the contest Japan Wine Challenge in 2013.
In 1834, Antoine Jaboulay started working on the ground in the Rhone Valley, thereby linking the fate of his family with the fate of this fertile terroir. The result of hard work and passion for winemaking steel wine of exceptional quality, which have become very popular with his sons - Field and Henry. Name of the first was called a family company, which has since been passed down from generation to generation. In 2006 the company was acquired by the family Jaboulay Frey, who are old Champagne winemakers and owners of Chateau La Lagune in Bordeaux. Nevertheless, the company continues to operate a representative of the family clan Jaboulay - Frederick.
Today Paul Jaboulay Ene owns hundreds of hectares of vineyards, planted mostly forty-year vines, but there are also famous 80-year-old. It should be noted that in addition to the manual harvest at the winery practice traditional methods of care for the vines, using hand tools and only organic fertilizers. The whole range of wines produced by the house is divided into four lines, depending on the terroir and features of the drink: "Icons", "Domains", "terroir" and "Classic". Wine House Jaboulay proud of its past, believes in the future and invites you to taste exceptional wines Fields Jaboulay Ene.