2011 Domaine de Viranel "Trilogie" Vin de Pays de Cessenon Rouge (Previously $14)

SKU #1125133

From Château Viranel, deep in the south of France, comes the delectable Trilogie rouge. Composed of 34% Syrah, 33% Alicante Bouschet (from vineyards planed in 1946) and 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, this Languedoc red is vinified in a combination of stainless steel and concrete. Zero oak influence allows nothing but gorgeous fruit to shine through. Dark plum, violet nuances are evident, along with just the lightest hint of spicecake on the crisp and fine finish. At a modest 13.5% abv, the Trilogie is a Languedoc red that can be paired with a wide variety of cuisines, including roast duck, grilled sausage with lentils or grilled tuna steaks. Take a trip to the South of France with Viranel's Trilogie! 13.5% abv.

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Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/19/2013 | Send Email
From the first taste I really liked this wine as did all of my fellow workers who were at the tasting. It is interesting and round with lays of mystery and complexity.Easy to drink and enjoy it will go well with pork and beef dishes.

Staff Image By: Mulan Chan-Randel | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/26/2013 | Send Email
This latest release of Viranel's Trilogie is, in my opinon, their best ever. Dark fruit, black tea notes and delicate floramatic notes make for a perfectly balanced, intruiging (are we in the south of France?) and enjoyable glass of red wine. I suspect that once the word gets out, the Trilogie will not be around for too long!

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Alcohol Content (%): 13.5