Cairanne Côte du Rhône Villages, Domaine Grosset, Maison Brotte, Rhône Valley, France
The Cairanne appellation offers tremendous quality to value and its recent promotion to a specific village AC demonstrates its high standard of quality. It's a noticeable step up compared to a standard Côte du Rhône but is still more affordable than its premium neighbours such as Gigondas and Chateauneuf-du-Pape.
Very elegant with complex aromas of black berries and warm spices. Mouth warming and generous, its palate follows through from the nose and elegant tannins give way to a long and rich finish.
Mushroom risotto & Lamb & Blue Cheese
Wine Type Red Wine
Style Medium Bodied Reds
Grower Name Maison Brotte
Grape Variety Grenache / Garnacha
Closure Natural Cork
Maison Brotte is a dynamic winery which has been established for over 70 years. Originally started as a negociant but It now owns more than 60ha of vineyards in the Rhone Valley, spread across several appellations, all of which are sustainably farmed. There is a strong focus on the expression of the terroir. Read MoreView More Wines By Maison Brotte
The Rhône Valley is in Southern France encompassing a large collection of wine-making appellations that can be divided into the Northern and Southern Rhône Valley respectively. Large volumes of wine known simply as Côtes du Rhône or Côtes du Rhône Villages comes from the Southern Rhône where one can also find famous names such as… Read MoreView More Wines From Rhône
Grenache / Garnacha
Grenache is a high-quality black grape common in red wines of Southern France (most famously Chateauneuf-du-Pape and Gigondas) and Spain, where it is known as Garnacha. It is also found in large quantities of Cotes du Rhone and appears regularly in rosés of the south of France, notably Tavel and Lirac.It is well-suited to traditional bush vine viticulture in hot, dry… Read MoreView More Wines With Grenache / Garnacha Grapes