2014 Clos de l'Anhel "Les Dimanches" Corbieres

SKU #1251091

Sophie Guiraudon is a one woman show, farming 25 acres of vines while running her humble facility in Corbieres. Sophie calls this her "Sunday" wine or "Occasion" wine (Dimanches means Sunday in French) as it is her best parcel selection and oldest vine fruit. The vines for the "Dimanches" are planted on gravelly clay-limestone soils. The cepage is 60% Carignan (80 year old vines), 30% Syrah and 10% Grenache. The deepest and richest of Sophie's wines, this is bold Corbieres with loads of black fruit and minerality. Approachable now but perfect for a few years in the cellar and best savored with friends and loved ones on a timeless day.

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By: Alex Schroeder | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/1/2016 | Send Email
A Carignan, Syrah and Grenache blend from Corbieres, you can tell the fruit was ripened to perfection, the bouquet on this wine is just incredible! Ripe black cherries and blueberries, with just a touch of lavender spice. It has great length and body on the palate and finishes crisp to keep the wine fresh all night. Truly a “Sunday” night wine as its name suggests! ​

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Varietal:

Rhone Blends

Country:

France

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Languedoc-Roussillon

Alcohol Content (%): 13.5
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