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Gigondas 'Vieux Clocher', Arnoux & Fils, Rhône Valley, France

Rhone, France

Vieux

Tasting Notes

Powerful and pure aromas of thyme, rosemary and fresh bay leaf with luscious blackberry, liquorice and spice flavours, all of this is brought together with a wonderful earthiness and a long length.

Food Matches

Grilled Mushrooms, Pork & Barbecue

Wine Profile

Wine Type Red Wine

Vintage 2016

Style Robust & Spicy Reds

Country France

Region Rhone

Grower Name Arnoux & Fils

Grape Variety Grenache / Garnacha

ABV 15.00%

Closure Natural Cork

Bottle Size 75cl

Allergens Sulphites

Method Vegan

SKU AFGIGONDASVC16

Grower

Arnoux & Fils

Arnoux & Fils

The Arnoux family can trace its family’s winemaking tradition in the Rhone back to 1717 when ancestor Pierre Bovis purchased his first vines. Today, the family owns 40 hectacres and has longstanding relationships with a network of growers in the Rhone to produce a full range of wines in the region. At the helm are brothers Marc and Jean-François Arnoux who combine… Read More

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Grape

Grenache / Garnacha

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 More

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