"Les Amorelles," Coteaux de Peyriac
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"Les Amorelles," Coteaux de Peyriac - 2020

Item # 25577 750mL
$6.96/ Single Bottle
$83.52 $75.17/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

The undeniable sunshine of Southern France comes through with full on fleshy, fruit-forward, scrumptious black currants and cassis. An unblemished Cabernet and Merlot blend, darkly aromatic with a wealth of plums on the nose and palate, textured by soft tannins. Pair this red as the French do, with rare steak and a nugget of blue cheese.

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Staff Pick Notes

Languedoc-Roussillon has been producing wine forever and is where I often look when seeking spectacular value. This wine by husband and wife team Marie-Claude and Jean-Louis Poudou shows what Côteaux de Peyrac has to offer. This is an enjoyable Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend and all the classic notes are here; cassis, black licorice, plums, and even some light herbs. This is a perfect pair with midweek roast, meatloaf or porkchops and has enough fruit to be enjoyable by itself! Have a glass or two!

- EG

About the Producer

Jean-Louis and Marie-Claude Poudou Minervois, Languedoc-Roussillon, France La Tour Boisée is a family domaine that was established in 1826. The estate is named for a 12th-century wooden tower, a part of the village’s medieval fortifications; its remnants can be seen in the garden of the estate. Every successive generation since the 19th century has remained extraordinarily attached to their...

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