Wine Domaine Duclaux, "La Germine" Cote-Rotie AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Domaine Duclaux, "La Germine" Cote-Rotie AOC, 2011
Wine of deep red-purple color.
The wine has a soft, sexy, fresh and rich flavor with ultrafine tannins and amazing depth, shades of juicy raspberries, cherries, nuances of smoke and olives.
Wine with aromas of rose petals, raspberries, toasted spices and dried flowers.
The wine goes well with red meat, venison with sauce, lamb ribs grilled veal and beef, stews and mature cheeses.
Red wine cuvee "La Germine" from Domaine Duclaux consists of two grape varieties - Syrah and Viognier. Crop is harvested by hand. Average return of vines - 30 years. Wine is aged 20 months in oak barrels, of which 20% - new.
"La Jermyn," 2011 - elegant wine with soft, surprisingly deep and rich taste and aroma interesting, woven from the notes of rose petals, raspberries, spices and dried flowers.
Winery Domaine Duclaux, founded in 1928, is the oldest in Cote Rotie. Manage their brothers Benjamin and David Duclos - representatives of the 4th generation of the family. On the territory of Domaine Duclaux is a historical monument - a stone labyrinth, whose walls built by the Romans. Family Duclos kind to him, restores and preserves, and on the terraces grow vineyards. History is embodied in wines Domaine Duclaux!
Vineyards farms Domain Duclos occupy 5.5 hectares, which grow on the hillsides and Tyupen Semon. Practiced hand picking grapes. "Our philosophy is not to interfere with the guilt express their nature" - speak winemakers, whose work in the vineyard excludes any mechanization. The average age of the vines - 25-30 years. Maceration takes place in open tanks for 3-4 weeks. Excerpt wines - in oak barrels. Wine Domain Duclos after careful vinification and long aging acquire richness, balance and grace, to the full, are trademarks of terroir Cote Rotie.