2010 Château Coupe Roses "La Bastide" Minervois

SKU #1093680

Situated on a plateau around the villages of Minerve and La Caunette, Françoise le Calvez and Pascal Frissant work their domaine, Château Coupe Roses, with passion and care. Named for exposed rock and garrigue, their vineyards lie in the highest region of Minervois, between 750 and 1,350 feet above sea level. Cool nights and a long growing season help Château Coupe Roses produce wines of excellent acidity and freshness. "La Bastide" is an intense mouthful of mountain fruit, predominantly Grenache and Carignane with a touch of Syrah at a great price. Blue and black fruits fill out the well-framed palate. 13% abv.

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By: Jeffrey Jones |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 7/19/2012  | Send Email
A soft and bright medium bodied wine that is full of nice dark fruit flavors.The fruit flavors are balanced and not too heavy. There is a hint of earth in the Coupe Roses La Bastide that help make this wine interesting and fun. It should go well with fowl or pork.

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Varietal:

Rhone Blends

Country:

France

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Sub-Region:

Languedoc-Roussillon

Alcohol Content (%): 13