2015 La Jasse Castel "La Pimpanela" Terrasses du Larzac (Previously $15)

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A small estate of only 10 hectares owned by Pascale Riviere, who has converted the vinification to entirely organic practices. The La Pimpanela is a blend of Grenache, Syrah (from 30 year old vines), Carignan (from 50 year old vines), and Cinsault (from 100 year old vines). The wine is martured entirely in vats.

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Staff Image By: Thomas Smith | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 12/8/2017 | Send Email
My pick for best value in Languedoc-Roussillon. Hands down. The blend is 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 20% Cinsault, and 10% Carignan. It's built with a little more Grenache than the Bleu Velours, but absolutely outperforms its price point. The nose is full of smoky and gamy notes. The palate is all black cherry, with really sumptuous fruit and charming rustic tannins. Totally unique and one of the wines I recommend most for those looking to explore the Languedoc.

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