2005 Gigondas Perrin et Fils "La Gille"

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The fruit from Perrin et Fils Gigondas "La Gille" comes from 10.5 hectares which are leased by the Perrin family and managed by the Beaucastel team. These vineyards lie 15 kms to the West of the town of Orange, between the Dentelles de Montmirail and the river Ouvèze, a tributary of the Rhône. The soils here are very light, and are composed primarily of rolled pebbles mixed with old alluviums over sandy molasse. The 2005 "La Gille" is composed of 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah, all of which is not de-stemmed and spends one year in cask (70%) and one year barrels (30%).

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