Crozes-Hermitage, Becheras-Le Prieuré d'Arras
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Crozes-Hermitage, Becheras-Le Prieuré d'Arras - 2019

Item # 29649 750mL
$23.96/ Single Bottle
$287.52 $258.77/ Case of 12
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Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

Becheras's Crozes-Hermitage is produced from old vines situated on a steep hillside vineyard. In addition to red currants, this wine shows savory characteristics of black tea, pepper, forest floor, and spices. Unfined and unfiltered.

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Staff Pick Notes

This wine is a classical example of Syrah from the North Rhone: It's concentrated and it shows flavors of cracked pepper, leather, black fruit and spices. It's a wine with smoky notes and smooth tannins. It has a long finish and flavors of dry herbs linger in your mouth. It is an elegant wine but, at the same time, it's made in a rustic style, being unfiltered and unfined. The vineyards are situated on a steep hill facing south, southwest. That means plenty of sun and consequently ripe grapes. I think it's a wine that show its character if accompanied with red meat, cured meat or BBQ. It's a great affordable alternative to the more expensive wines of the near area Hermitage


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