2010 Domaine de Labarthe Gaillac Rouge

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The Albert family farms 68 hectares of stony slopes in the Gaillac AOC on the southern coast of France. Their vines average 30 years in age and produce powerful red wines from local grapes Braucol (Fer-Servadou), Duras, and Syrah. From the producer: "A beautiful ruby color, complex aromas with spicy notes, suppleness on the palate, and a dominant red fruits."

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Other Red Wines

Country:

France

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Southwest France