2014 Château de la Negly "La Côte" Languedoc la Clape

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Negly's La Cote is a "CGSM," or 30% Carignane, carbonically macerated, with Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre. Aged in 50% oak and 50% concrete tanks, it promises a toasty, opulent aroma with cassis and licorice, and a palate fit for a T-bone.

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By: John Majeski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/31/2016 | Send Email
Vines have flourished in this vast, windswept, sun-baked region of France for thousands of years, and the Chateau de la Negly, located on the clay and calcareous outcroppings of the La Clape massif, has produced wines since 1773. This rich geological tapestry of soils and microclimates contributes to wines of marvelous depth and generous flavors, and the la Cote, though priced well below their top tier wines, is composed of Carignan, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre and superbly embodies the region with sumptuous notes of black currant, plum, peppery spice and licorice. A great everyday red to complement both Mediterranean and California cuisines, this wine will challenge and surprise your guests when they discover its amazing price. Drink up!

By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/13/2016 | Send Email
If you love full bodied, dry southern French wine, the Negly La Cote is for you! This very well balanced red has enough guts for a rich meal, and enough refreshment to have that second big glass.

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