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  • VIÑAS DEL VERO SOMONTANO D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    La Miranda de Secastilla is based on Grenache, cultivated at more than 700 metres above the sea level, but is complemented with two varieties more: Syrah and the indigenous "Parraleta", which just can be found in Somontano. These three varieties are hand harvested and the best bunches are selected prior to fermentation. After being racked several times, the wine remains eight months in French oak barrels. This unique wine shows a deep color with violet rim, elegant and attractive. Fresh aromas, black fruits, prunes, violet and some soft touches of toasted oak and sweet liquorice. Elegant expression on the palate with an explosion of flavours, velvety with a clean finish. It's perfect with with red meat, roasts, oily fish, cheese and desserts, served at 14-16ºC.

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  • VIÑAS DEL VERO SOMONTANO D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    La Miranda Garnacha Blanca 2013 is a real discovery given how scarce the variety is. Secastila vineyard, located in the northeast of Somontano, offers great climatic conditions to grow the unique Garnacha Blanca (white Grenache). These grapes are hand harvested, and after a meticulous wine-making, the wine remains four months in French oak barrels. As a result, it shows a bright yellow color infused by a green iridescence. It is intensely aromatic, delivering a surprising amount of white fruit complemented by notes of nuts. It is flavoursome in the mouth, well balanced and has a great personality. This is undoubtedly a truly elegant, highly distinctive wine, perfect to be served at 8-10ºC with appetizers, salads, fish, rice dishes, foie gras and goat's cheeses.

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  • VIÑAS DEL VERO SOMONTANO D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    The grapes used for Secastilla are obtained from the oldest vines from Secastilla Valley, where Grenache is the traditional variety. The vineyard lies on stony hillsides at more than 700 metres above sea level, with a particular orientation an a relative altitude perfect for a slow ripening. The few bunches from these very old vines are selected at the moment they are harvested. Also in the vineyard, the grapes are de-stemmed and chilled before being taken to the winery. There, the fermentation takes about fifteen days, and after that, the wine is transferred to new French oak barrels, where it remains for ten months. Secastilla 2010 is the purest expression of Garnacha grapes grown at altitude. Because the fruit ripens slowly its freshest features are evident in the wine, particularly the aromas of sharp red fruits such as cherries and wild fruit such as blackcurrants, accompanied by a background of good toasted wood reminiscent of chocolate and Havana cigars. The sensations perceived on the nose are echoed in the mouth, providing a satisfying, full flavour with a long finish. Perfect to be served with roasts, stews, red meat and game.

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  • GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS CARINEÑA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Antonio the Bull kissed this wine and fell in love. Now he travels the world to share it. Beso de Vino, the most international brand of the winery, designed by the Factory of Ideas and Drawings Kukuxumusu©. Beso de Vino represents the creativity, ingenuity, vibrancy and happiness of the Spanish and it has positioned itself as the ideal brand to be enjoyed every day because of the extraordinary quality-price ratio. Old world vineyards but with a New world production style, a lot of fruit, intensity and freshness.

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  • GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS CARINEÑA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Between the 12th and 18th centuries, the CORONA DE ARAGÓN (Crown of Aragón) spanned territories from the east of Spain to the south of Greece, quintessentials areas steeped in wine-producing prestige and culture, among which Cariñena played a prominent role. All this tradition and know-how is present today in a brand of premium quality wines, in zones at more than 500 metres altitude and with vineyards over 40 years old in homage to one of the greatest Kingdoms in history.

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  • GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS CARINEÑA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    ANAYÓN, the Premium collection of GRANDES VINOS symbolises the details in the selection of the vineyards, which are unique due to the soil conditions, climates, altitudes, vine conditions, very well balanced plants that have a low production level and a high concentration and age of their varieties. Exceptional vintages, limited productions, barrels selection and numbered bottles. Wines that are created with the aim of finding the fullest expression of the Cariñena region.

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  • GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS CARINEÑA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    El Circo collection of wines was created with the idea of using the different grape varieties to express the excitement and magic that takes place inside a circus big top marquee. Each varietal is related to a circus discipline that have been grouped to create a joint spectacle. The vibrant performances have inspired us to produce El Circo brand that can transmit the same feelings and emotions to anyone who tries our varietal young, fun, fresh, fruity and that express the maximum typicality of each variety.
  • GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS CARINEÑA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Antonio the Bull kissed this wine and fell in love. Now he travels the world to share it. Beso de Vino, the most international brand of the winery, designed by the Factory of Ideas and Drawings Kukuxumusu©. Beso de Vino represents the creativity, ingenuity, vibrancy and happiness of the Spanish and it has positioned itself as the ideal brand to be enjoyed every day because of the extraordinary quality-price ratio. Old world vineyards but with a New world production style, a lot of fruit, intensity and freshness.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Grapes from very old Garnacha vineyards planted by the traditional system from single vineyards “Monte Alto” and “La Sarda”. These vineyards are located on very arid slate soils on the slopes of the Iberian Mountain range, close to its highest peak: El Moncayo.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Made from over 40-50 year old Garnacha vines from a selection of single vineyards with a yield of less than one kilo per vine.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Selected grapes from Garnacha vineyards older than 30 years old.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Selected Garnacha vineyards over 40-50 years old, hand picked from the single vineyards “La Sarda” and “Montealto”, located at 650 metres of altitude with a production less than 1 Kg. per vine.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Grapes from Garnacha vineyards over 50 years old, with an average yield below 1 kilo per vine. Vineyards located over clay-ferrous and stony soils, very dry with a rainfall of less than 300 litres per square meter. Facing Southeast, located at 700 high altitude and at the skirts of the Iberian mountain range, just next to the hill called “Galiano”, from which we take the name for this excellent wine. Therefore, this wine could be named as single vineyard wine.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Vine age of 30 years for Garnacha and 20 years for Syrah.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    From selected Garnacha vineyards over 40 years old, located on slate and clay-ferrous soils. Aged in French oak barrels for 15 months. Additional bottle ageing before release.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Grapes from vineyards older than 30 years, with an average yield of less than 2 kilos per vine. Located on clay-ferrous and very arid, stony soils with rainfall less than 300 litres per square metre per year, facing Northwest, at an altitude of 600 m and located on the slopes of the Iberian Mountain range, close to its highest peak: El Moncayo.

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  • BODEGAS ARAGONESAS CAMPO DE BORJA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    “Centifolia” rose (hundred-petal rose). Rose bush are placed next yo vineyards like a witness which prevents vines from getting any cryptogamic. Vines are selected and harvested during the night. Grape-juice drips because of gravity and maceration is done in cold for four days. Very subtle and elegant in entrance, perfect harmony when coming to the mouth, chilly and pleasant, leaving a silky and persistent sensation in the end.

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  • BODEGAS SAN ALEJANDRO CATALAYUD D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Fruits of the forest and mineral bouquets. Perfume of spices, kirsch and blueberry. Nice complexity and concentration.

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  • BODEGAS SAN ALEJANDRO CATALAYUD D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Purple-colored wine with a lovely perfume of mineral spices and wild cherry. Intensely fruity and tasty wine.

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  • BODEGAS SAN ALEJANDRO CATALAYUD D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Full flavored spicy wine with a supple mineral texture and no hard edges. Medium to full bodied, fruit driven wine.

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  • BODEGAS SAN ALEJANDRO CATALAYUD D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    An attractive strawberry pink colour. Clean, fresh and fruity. Very intense aromas of raspberry and strawberry.

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  • BODEGAS PANIZA (VIRGEN DEL AGUILA) CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Extremely high intensity, displaying dark fruits such as mulberries, blackberries, cinnamon and hints of dry herbs.

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  • BODEGAS PANIZA (VIRGEN DEL AGUILA) CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    On warm summer evenings before the harvest, wild boars sneak into our vineyards from the adjoining forest-covered slopes of the Ibérico mountain-range. Here, amongst our old vines growing on stony soils, they're free to take the pick of the bunch. Garnacha and Syrah especially popular for the reminiscence to forest fruit, notably raspberries and black cherries, with a smooth juicy richness and truly relaxed style.

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  • BODEGAS PANIZA (VIRGEN DEL AGUILA) CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Pale pink colour, with a crystalline aspect. Fruity aromas typical of the Grenache grape variety, evoking wild berries, strawberries and raspberries, with subtle floral notes. Fresh and smooth, with a good structure and amplitude. Ideal with seafood, pasta and poultry. Serve at 10-12ºC (50-54ºF).

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  • BODEGAS PIRINEOS SOMONTANO D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    Our Garnacha is the freshest and fruitiest of Spain thanks to its origin from the cooler climate vineyards in the foothills of the Pyrenees, set on sandy and limestone soils. The vineyards are traditional with no irrigation producing a low yield with small grape size allowing for a wine with great fruit concentration. Deep red colour with violet glints. Fresh aromas of cherries, blackberries and raspberries with somepeppery spice and hints of vanilla and oak. Soft and juicy on the palate with great aromatic persistence.

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  • CELLERS UNIÓ TERRA ALTA D.O. CATALUÑA (SPAIN)
    Bright white wine with golden hue. Aroma of ripe white fruit and minerals. Creamy, fleshy, fresh and very seductive in the mouth. Its mid-palate is quite long and silky.

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  • CELLERS UNIÓ TERRA ALTA D.O. CATALUÑA (SPAIN)
    Bright white wine with golden hue. Aroma of ripe white fruit and minerals. Creamy, fleshy, fresh and very seductive in the mouth. Its mid-palate is quite long and silky. This is a wine for winelovers who enjoy discovering new and exclusive treasures, as garnacha blanca in Terra Alta is.

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  • CELLERS UNIÓ TERRA ALTA D.O. CATALUÑA (SPAIN)
    Light cherry colour. It has an aroma of red fruits with a gentle touch of toast and mineral notes, which are so characteristic of our Grenache. In the mouth it is meaty, balanced and wellrounded.

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  • BODEGAS SAN VALERO CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    It belongs to the Particular collection, a limited production that pays tribute to winegrowers ancestral traditions. It is an elegant and restrained wine of exceptional quality, made from grapes growing in our oldest vineyards. 100% Grenache, it is a full-bodied, aromatic, soft and balanced vintage wine. It is the perfect choice to enjoy in especial occasions.

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  • BODEGAS SAN VALERO CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    It belongs to the Particular collection, a limited production that pays tribute to winegrowers ancestral traditions. It is made with the queen of our vineyards, the Garnacha from our old vines coming from a unique terroir characterized by its stony soil and the extreme climatological conditions in which vineyards grow. As a result, these vineyards give bunches of smaller, concentrated, intense and aromatic grapes. It is a powerful, tasty and complex wine that will surprise the most exigent palates.

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  • BODEGAS SAN VALERO CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    It belongs to the Particular collection, a limited production that pays tribute to winegrowers ancestral traditions. Born from strong, brave and wild vines, grown at high altitude, the Particular Garnacha 2014 is a very clean, intense and bright wine. A drawing of a cross on its label reminds us the ancient way in which winegrowers marked their bottles to differentiate them from each other in the cellar.

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  • BODEGAS IGNACIO MARÍN CARIÑENA D.O. ARAGON (SPAIN)
    In our vineyar "Marín" vines of 80 years old Garnacha with a careful and rigorous hand selected vintage, always before dawn. Result from which we achieve a most precious wine, our Marín Old Vine Garnacha.

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  • LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN VINOS DE MADRID D.O. MADRID (SPAIN)
    LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN winery began in 1999 on the Madrid side of the Gredos range of hills, recovering the ancient Garnacha vineyards that have been cultivated since the 12th century in the municipality of San Martín de Valdeiglesias. Pago de los Castillejos is where the Madrid region meets the northern part of Toledo and the southern part of Ávila on the edge of the Gredos range. Its climate and special soils make it possible to make wines with plenty of personality and quality. A commitment to the future of people and this land. “Las Moradas” (known in English as “The Interior Castle”) is the title of the last book Saint Teresa wrote. The name is intended as a nod to literature, as the wine of this area is mentioned by the most important writers of the Spanish Golden Age, and we reflect this on the labels of our bottles.

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  • LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN VINOS DE MADRID D.O. MADRID (SPAIN)
    LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN winery began in 1999 on the Madrid side of the Gredos range of hills, recovering the ancient Garnacha vineyards that have been cultivated since the 12th century in the municipality of San Martín de Valdeiglesias. Pago de los Castillejos is where the Madrid region meets the northern part of Toledo and the southern part of Ávila on the edge of the Gredos range. Its climate and special soils make it possible to make wines with plenty of personality and quality. A commitment to the future of people and this land. “Las Moradas” (known in English as “The Interior Castle”) is the title of the last book Saint Teresa wrote. The name is intended as a nod to literature, as the wine of this area is mentioned by the most important writers of the Spanish Golden Age, and we reflect this on the labels of our bottles.

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  • LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN VINOS DE MADRID D.O. MADRID (SPAIN)
    LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN winery began in 1999 on the Madrid side of the Gredos range of hills, recovering the ancient Garnacha vineyards that have been cultivated since the 12th century in the municipality of San Martín de Valdeiglesias. Pago de los Castillejos is where the Madrid region meets the northern part of Toledo and the southern part of Ávila on the edge of the Gredos range. Its climate and special soils make it possible to make wines with plenty of personality and quality. A commitment to the future of people and this land. “Las Moradas” (known in English as “The Interior Castle”) is the title of the last book Saint Teresa wrote. The name is intended as a nod to literature, as the wine of this area is mentioned by the most important writers of the Spanish Golden Age, and we reflect this on the labels of our bottles.

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  • LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN VINOS DE MADRID D.O. MADRID (SPAIN)
    LAS MORADAS DE SAN MARTÍN winery began in 1999 on the Madrid side of the Gredos range of hills, recovering the ancient Garnacha vineyards that have been cultivated since the 12th century in the municipality of San Martín de Valdeiglesias. Pago de los Castillejos is where the Madrid region meets the northern part of Toledo and the southern part of Ávila on the edge of the Gredos range. Its climate and special soils make it possible to make wines with plenty of personality and quality. A commitment to the future of people and this land. “Las Moradas” (known in English as “The Interior Castle”) is the title of the last book Saint Teresa wrote. The name is intended as a nod to literature, as the wine of this area is mentioned by the most important writers of the Spanish Golden Age, and we reflect this on the labels of our bottles.

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  • Les Vignobles de Constance et du Terrassous AOP RIVESALTES Roussillon (France)
    Its golden colour perfectly encapsulates the sweet honey notes of this Rivesaltes with its aromas of yellow flowers, very ripe figs and lovely fresh finish.

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  • Château Las Collas AOP RIVESALTES Roussillon (France)
    Made only in a hand full of years, this grand vin, a natural sweet wine derived from old vine Grenache, and made like a tawny port, is a terrific birth year gift. Or treat yourself! This lovely Rivesaltes is well-suited for a cheese course, dessert or after-dinner conversation.

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  • Domaine Cazes AOP Rivesaltes Ambré Roussillon (France)
    Deep amber in color. The nose is enriched by myriad aromas : smoky notes, toasted hazelnuts, dried apricots. On the palate, this complexity is enhanced by elegant fruit aromas: peach and candied pineapple.

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  • Cave Abbé Rous AOP Banyuls Rimage Roussillon (France)
    Cornet & Cie is bottled by the Cave de l’Abbé Rous since 1997, the wine used to be labeled as Mas Cornet until the mid-2000s. The estate was selected by the Cave de L’abbé Rous with some other growers in the Collioure and Banyuls appellations for their high quality vineyards, enabling them to produce high quality Banyuls, Banyuls Grand Cru and "cuvée spéciale". The cellar was named as an homage to the village priest Abbé Rous. He was the first person in 1871 to age and sell bottled Banyuls wines.

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  • Cave Abbé Rous AOP Banyuls Rimage Roussillon (France)
    Grenache Noir and a slight trace of carignan from ancient vines that thrive on slate soils. The wine was aged for 7 years in large wooden barrels (Foudres). Brighter coloring, very intense nose with hints of red fruits, plums and figs, as well as a touch of Mediterranean spiciness. In the mouth it is very full-bodied, with fine tannins and pleasant fruit (alcohol injected fruits).

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  • Cave Abbé Rous AOP Banyuls Rimage Roussillon (France)
    A red fortified wine made from a Grenache Blend.

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  • Clos de Paulilles AOP Banyuls Roussillon (France)
    Elegant aromas of blackberries and candied prunes. This Banyuls is sublime, aromas of grilled almond, blackcurrant, gingerbread and dry fig. It is ample, complex, round.

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  • M. Chapoutier AOP Banyuls Roussillon (France)
    M. Chapoutier Banyuls is a "vin doux naturel," fortified wine that is exceptional and age-worthy. It is naturally sweet, shows full fruit and wonderful character and is universally perfect with fruit and/or chocolate desserts.

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  • Domaine la tour vieille AOP Banyuls Roussillon (France)
    A superb Banyuls that’s made from 90% Grenache and 10% Carignan, the ruby colored NV Banyuls Reserva (which has a portion of the blend vinified outside the cellar; i.e. left out in the sun) offers lots of dried figs and plum fruit, almond, bitter orange, chocolate and sweet spice go to go with a medium to full-bodied, rounded, supple and layered feel on the palate.
  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Château Las Collas AOP RIVESALTES Roussillon (France)
    Made only in a hand full of years, this grand vin, a natural sweet wine derived from old vine Grenache, and made like a tawny port, is a terrific birth year gift. Or treat yourself! This lovely Rivesaltes is well-suited for a cheese course, dessert or after-dinner conversation.

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  • Domaine Pertuisane IGP Côtes Catalanes Roussillon (France)
    Elegant, lively notes of blackberry, cassis, plum, pepper and violets to go with a medium to full-bodied, balance and yet still hedonistic feel on the palate.

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Following a severe 2013 vintage with much coulure in the Grenache, 2014 was a massive harvest, with nice acidity levels, and a brightness in fruit. Smokey aromatics coming from the soil show through very clear on this wine. Blend: 40% Lladoner Pelut, 40% Grenache, 20% Carignan.

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  • Domaine Gilles Troullier IGP Côtes Catalanes Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine Gilles Troullier IGP Côtes Catalanes Roussillon (France)
    Fitting it’s evocative and graceful name, Le Pas del Gazeil, is another example of Gilles Troullier’s nuanced winemaking. The name comes from a 0.5 ha, south-facing plot of 100 year old Lledoner Pelut grown on white, granitic sand at an elevation of 500m near the village of Trevillach. Gilles considers this site to be one of his “Grand Crus” the other being Le Sarrat d’Axinels which is the source for Boreal. A natural mutation of Grenache Noir which results in a downy appearance to its leaves, Lledoner Pelut has earned the nickname, “hairy Grenache”.

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  • Domaine Lafage IGP Côtes Catalanes Roussillon (France)
    Bright ruby red color. On the nose, good aromatic intensity, very high concentration of red fruit (blackcurrant, raspberry, blackberry ...). The palate is rich, round, concentrated, with silky tannins with powerful notes of blackberry, blackcurrant, raspberry, blueberry and extending a long finish.

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  • Domaine Puig-Parahy IGP Côtes Catalanes Rancio Sec Roussillon (France)
    A Catalan tradition, dry Rancio wines such as this predate the modern conception of wine and viticulture. Its rustic character begins with a full fermentation, with no fortification, and evolved over several years in used oak barrels, which are partially filled and kept in the cellar under the family home. Owing to the process, the climate and character of the grapes, the wines are oxidative and rich with earthy, smokey and mushroom notes. From one of the oldest winemaking families in Roussillon, Pyror draws its wines from grapes grown in the schistes of "Miseri" near Thuir. The depth of age in their solera shows in the finish, hinting of George's other long vintage wines.

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  • DJean Louis Tribouley IGP Côtes Catalanes Roussillon (France)
    The deep purple colored 2013 Les Bac Vieilles Vignes is a mostly tank-aged blend of Grenache and Carignan that comes from the older vines of the estate. It shows plenty of Carignan character with its deep purple fruits, violets, floral, leather and mineral-laced bouquet.

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  • Terres des Templiers IGP Côte Vermeille Rancio Sec Roussillon (France)
    The Rancio wines of Roussillon are some of the most distinctive and rare wines in the world. These fully oxidized wines are still today made in farmhouse garages throughout French Catalonia. Rancio production is deceptively simple. Base wines are put into large glass jars and left to 'bake' in the back yard for a year, where the wine oxidizes and the flavors concentrate. The wine is then transferred to old barrels, usually of mixed vintage, and the wine is only bottled on demand. The result of this heavy handed treatment is a sturdy, dry wine with intense dried fruit peel, almond, and oxidative notes.

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  • Domaine Treloar IGP Côtes Catalanes Roussillon (France)
    An approachable yet spicy and stylish red wine made from 95% Grenache (including the Catalan variant “Lladoner Pelut”) and a touch of Syrah. It has more structure and freshness than many Roussillon Grenaches because it is grown on limestone and clay, rather than schiste and picked a little earlier. Aromas of ripe raspberries, dark chocolate and caribbean spices. The palate is warm and spicy with flavours of dried fruits and chocolate cake.

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  • Château St Roch (Dom Lafage) AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    The Côtes du Roussillon Vieilles Vignes is a terrific, medium-bodied, bright and juicy effort that's loaded with notions of citrus blossom, lime and hints of green herbs. Made from 80% Grenache Blanc and 20% Roussanne that was brought up almost exclusively in tank (10% in new oak).

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  • M. Chapoutier Domaine Bila Haut AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    A deep garnet red with aromas of black cherry. The palate is fleshy, wellstructured with the warm subtle hints of soils of the Roussillon area.

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  • Domaine Gardies AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    Côtes du Roussillon Blanc 'Clos des Vignes' Domaine Gardiés 2015 is delightfully aromatic with lovely apricot and white peach fruit and a touch of smokiness.

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  • Domaine Lafage AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    Cuvée Centenaire takes its name from the 100 year-old vines of Grenache Blanc and Gris Jean-Marc Lafage farms just a few kilometers from the Mediterranean on gravelly clay soils. One of the greatest white wine values in our portfolio, the final wine blends these ancient grapes with up to 20% younger vine Roussanne. To make a wine that is both rich and balanced the grapes are harvested in two passes, the first when they just reach ripeness and are still high in acidity and a second pass when the grapes are fully ripe with rich fruit flavors. The wine is then aged in a combination of tank and new French oak barrels.

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  • Domaine Lafage AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    Côté d’Est, as the name suggests, comes from vineyards planted on the gentle slopes facing the Mediterranean just a few kilometers inland from the sea. Benefiting from the thermal breezes that refresh these vineyards every afternoon in the summer – which preserves a high level of natural acidity in the grapes – this is a lively blend of Grenache Blanc with smaller percentages of Chardonnay and Marsanne. Floral and aromatic, it is an excellent example of the open and friendly whites you can find all along the Catalan coast from Perpignan to the Penedès.

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  • Domaine Lafage AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    La Grande Cuvée Rosé is a selection of old vine Grenache, Grenache Gris and Mourvedre that is harvested by hand and carefully sorted to ensure that only the ripest and healthiest fruit is used. It’s pale hue coming entirely from the color of the free run juice, this rosé is fermented by indigenous yeasts and aged in tank with a small portion aged in neutral French oak demi-muids.

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  • Domaine Cabirau AOP Maury Roussillon (France)
    A blend of 60 percent Grenache with 28 percent Syrah and 12 percent Carignan, this is lush and velvety. The combination of melted chocolate and sweet cherry flavors brings to mind a Black Forest chocolate cake, while the spicy tannins keep it just this side of savory. For turkey mole.

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  • Domaine Cabirau AOP Maury Roussillon (France)
    A blend of 60 percent Grenache with 28 percent Syrah and 12 percent Carignan, this is lush and velvety. The combination of melted chocolate and sweet cherry flavors brings to mind a Black Forest chocolate cake, while the spicy tannins keep it just this side of savory. For turkey mole.

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  • Domaine Cabirau AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    The backbone of the Syrah and Carignan ally perfectly with the opulent Grenache, giving a medium-bodied wine of intense black fruit flavors, redolent of mountain herbs.

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  • Domaine Cabirau AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    The backbone of the Syrah and Carignan ally perfectly with the opulent Grenache, giving a medium-bodied wine of intense black fruit flavors, redolent of mountain herbs.

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  • Thunevin-Calvet AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    Deep purple, almost black. Nose open to the opulent scents of black and red berries, with shades of herbs and vanilla. Its fruity amplitude recalls a very good Châteauneuf-du-Pape; It develops a fleshy body with a balsamic texture, as well as persistent fruity aromas, notes of blackcurrant, licorice and subtle toasted nuances.

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  • Thunevin-Calvet AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    Made with black Grenache, this cuvée expresses Maury's terroir in all its plenitude, power and elegance; Followed by a selection of our best plots and barrels. Dense and structured, this cuvée is very anchored in black fruits and liquorice, the end of mouth is tasty.

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  • Thunevin-Calvet AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    Les Pins & Co is a wine that charms through the suppleness of its tannins. Produced in the Côtes du Roussillon Villages appellation, it is resolutely modern, with vinification adapted to each grape variety and a tank farming to make it a round, supple, gourmand, pleasant and unpretentious wine. Open easily with friends.

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  • Château St Roch (Dom Lafage) AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    This Côtes du Roussillon Vieilles Vignes is a terrific, medium-bodied, bright and juicy effort that's loaded with notions of citrus blossom, lime and hints of green herbs. Made from 80% Grenache Blanc and 20% Roussanne that was brought up almost exclusively in tank (10% in new oak), buy this beauty by the case.

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  • Château St Roch (Dom Lafage) AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    Coming all from the schist soils of Maury and a blend of 60% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 10% Carignan that spent 8-12 months in 500-liter barrels and concrete, it possesses a deep purple color to go with savory notes of kirsch and assorted darker berry fruits, pepper, truffle and damp earth. Full-bodied, thrillingly textured and with incredible purity of fruit, this knockout effort stays lively and elegant, with fine tannin, terrific length and no hard edges.

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  • Domaine Cazes AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    Supple and harmonious, with a graceful mix of red and dark berry flavors, light oak and spice details. Mocha elements show on the finish. Ends long and reverberating.

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  • Domaine Cazes AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    A big, bold wine, from the biodynamically run Cazes domaine, packed with firm but ripe tannins and black, dense fruits. There is structure, intensity and aging potential to this wine. It pairs with a lighter wine, called, inevitably, Ego.

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  • Domaine Cazes AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    The nose reveals great aromas of ripe black and red fruits. On the palate, these melt with leather and liquorice notes, and soft, velvety tannins. This is a round and rich wine with wonderful balance as well as a pleasantly refreshing acidity. Long finish with hints of black pepper.

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  • Clos de Paulilles AOP Collioure Roussillon (France)
    Supple and harmonious, with a graceful mix of red and dark berry flavors, light oak and spice details. Mocha elements show on the finish. Ends long and reverberating.

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  • M. Chapoutier Domaine Bila Haut AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Latour de France Roussillon (France)
    Checking in as a blend of 60% Grenache and 40% Syrah that’s all from the limestone soils around the village of Latour de France, the Cotes du Roussillon Villages Latour de France Visitare Interiore Terrae ( V I T ) has an intense feel in its aromas and flavors.. Raspberries, violets, licorice and spice-box all emerge from this full-bodied, sexy, yet elegant ,and always pure and precise barrel sample.

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  • Domaine Gardies AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    With 35 hectares of vines nestled into the Catalonian foot hills of the Corbières appellation, the Gardies family has been making wine for 7 generations. Jean Gardies took over the estate in the late 90’s to ensure that the wines were being made to express their full potential of finesse and complexity. Crisp, dry, lots of minerals.

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  • Domaine Lafage AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    From one of the warmest sites in France, the Cotes du Roussillon Villages Lieu Dit La Narassa comes from 70-year-old vines planted in the black schist soils of Maury. Despite the rugged, hot terroir from where this beauty comes, the wine is pure silk and elegant, with lots of black raspberry, chocolate covered currants, pepper and olive notes giving way to a full-bodied winer. It has polished tannin and a seamless texture.

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  • Domaine Lafage AOP Côtes du Roussillon Roussillon (France)
    A crazy value, the 2014 IGP Cotes Catalanes Tessellae Carignan Vieilles Vignes is one of the best examples of this variety from the Roussillon, and the fact that it sells for a song is just icing on the cake for the consumer. Coming all from schist soils and 70-year-old vines, raised 12 months in a mix of concrete tanks and demi-muids, it offers tons of black raspberry and black cherry fruit, licorice and dried spices to go with a super sexy, heady, seamless style on the palate that keeps you coming back to the glass. Drink this blockbuster over the coming 2-3 years.

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  • Mas Amiel AOP MAURY Roussillon (France)
    An impressive nose, starting with a zest of pomelo and blood orange, moving onto notes of black berry and black currant. The same impressions and the same depth reappear with an attack offering remarkable freshness, and the same type of notes – rich fruity flavors cover the palate. This wine offers plenty of opulence and aromatic freshness, the sign of a great Grenache wine derived from calcium-rich schist and red clay.

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  • Mas Amiel AOP MAURY Roussillon (France)
    The deep ruby robe matches the bouquet of red and black berries. More-ish on the palate, very elegant, moves to flavours of burlat cherry. This fleshy, yet refreshing, fruity wine is a perfect match for red fruit or chocolate desserts. It is a seductive, pure Grenache varietal that also pairs well with sweet and sour dishes.

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP MAURY Roussillon (France)
    Robe supported of a red still young. Nose mixing ripe fruit and woody notes evoking the old lightning. On the palate a wine with a marked woody frame. It will be appreciated slightly fresh with red meat.

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  • Gérard Bertrand AOP Côtes du Roussillon Les Aspres Roussillon (France)
    This cuvée boasts a lovely garnet-red colour with brick tints. The bouquet is complex and spicy and develops aromas of cloves and nutmeg. On the palate this is a supple wine with silky, mineral, liquorice-tinged tannins. Open within 7 years.

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  • Hecht&Bannier AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    Quickly accessible, the sensual, soft, round and smooth Grenache sides offer to us an immediate pleasure in mouth. Aromatically full, sapid and cheerful, our Côtes du Roussillon Villages shows a spicy and peppery side for a voluptuous wine, obvious.

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  • Mas Janeil AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    Complex aromas of red fruits, freesia, garrigue, very spicy, mouth tasty, rich, with very persistent aromas and freshness. Flattering, exuberant, but perfectly elegant at the same time.

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  • Mas Janeil AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    A deep red robe with an expressive nose of red berries and spices. The mouth is smooth, the tannins coated. The intense aromatic persistence is spicy and slightly smoked.

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  • Vignerons Tautavel Vingrau AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Tautavel Roussillon (France)
    Crushed purple-violet aromas mingle with a blend of black berry and cherry notes, all dusted with a sprinkle of cocoa powder and baking spice. The mouthfeel is full and round, with firm, tightly structured tannins and an evolving, spice-driven finish.

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  • Les Vignobles de Constance et du Terrassous AOP RIVESALTES Roussillon (France)
    Vibrant, light amber/whiskey color to go with sweet notes of golden raisins, bitter orange, almond and subtle browned sugar. Made from 100% Grenache Blanc and aged six years in barrel, it’s medium-bodied, silky, seamless and layered.

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine La Coume du Roy AOP Maury Doux Roussillon (France)
    Maury Doux can be produced in ambré or tuilé styles, with other possible modifiers like hors d’âge, rancio, blanc and grenat. Ambré and blanc styles are produced from white-fleshed grapes like Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and Muscat (maximum of 20%), while tuilé and grenat styles are made from a minimum of 75% Grenache Noir, with possible additions of Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris and Macabeu (maximum of 10%).

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  • Domaine Rombeau AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    The deep red color is animated by ruby ​​reflections. The bouquet is both intense and subtle, toasted and roasted in the first approach, before opening on fine notes of cherry, ripe, sweet spices and vanilla. The attack on the palate is suave and silky, delicate prelude to a rich palate, ample, dense, lined with velvety tannins. In the final pepper and licorice bring tone and complexity.

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  • Domaine Rombeau AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Roussillon (France)
    The Pierre de la Fabrègue cuvée, produced from a blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, was aged for 12 months in oak barrels when two or three wines passed. Its power and spicy fruity make it the ideal companion of your game, red meats in sauces or porcini mushrooms and sautéed chanterelles.

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