2011 Domaine Les Mille Vignes "Atsuko" Fitou

SKU #1247610

Domaine les Mille Vignes is a Kermit Lynch-sourced property founded by former oenology producer Jacques Guérin in the late 1970s. Fitou produces exclusively red wine and in 1948, became the first Languedoc AOC. The terroir of the appellation is an amalgam of strong natural elements: clay, limestone, and schist soils; wild scrubland scented with thyme and lavender, and perhaps the most potent force of all, Tramontagne—a fierce wind that sometimes seems it will never stop blowing. The Atsuko is 100% Grenache produced from 75+ year old vines.

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Varietal:

Rhone Blends

Country:

France

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Languedoc-Roussillon