2006 Château de la Negly "Cuvée de la Falaise" Côteaux du Languedoc-La Clape

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The "Cuvée de la Falaise" is Negly's mid level cuvee produced from a 15 hectare portion of Negly's 40 hectare vineyard; 5,000 vines per hectare; lutte raisonnee, green harvesting; yields at 25 hl/ha; 100% hand harvested and table sorted three times. After a 7 day cold soak @ 8-10 celsius, the juice is fermented in 50hl French oak tanks with a 45 day maceration; micro bullage during ageing; malo and ageing for 12 months in 50% new and 50% one year old, 300 liter French oak barrels from Seguin Moreau and Boutes. For the first time since the inception of this cuvee in 1997, Grenache represents the majority of the final blend at 55%. The balance is 45% Syrah. 3,000 cases produced. 15% abv.

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By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/12/2009 | Send Email
This is definitely the more amped up version of our Negly offerings. Full and rich with lots of glycerin. When you first open this wine it is dense with fruit. As it opens though the characteristics of the Carignan come forward and add a lot of spice and nuance to the wine. This is a wine I would like to drink while I spit-roast an animal and finish when I sit down and devour a large hunk of its flesh.

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