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Producer : Domaine Les Pallières
Region : France (France), Southern Rhône (France)
Bottle Per Case : 6 x 750 ml
Food Pairing : Breads, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Vegetables
"Aromas of cassis, garrigue and redcurrants and wild raspberries. Grenache drives the palate in a long, linear and very focused style. Dense, but delicate, with a fresh and juicy, raspberry-pastry finish. The vines are 80+ years old. Striking power and focus. Drink or hold."
95 Points - James Suckling, Oct 2019
"The 2017 Gigondas Les Racines offers a slightly darker color as well as a more powerful, black fruited style. Currants, sous bois, loamy earth, black olives, and loads of spice flow to a powerful, structured wine that shows the sunny, sexy, opulent, yet weightless style of the vintage brilliantly. It's another winner from this estate."
93-95 Points - Jeb Dunnuck, Sept 2018
93-95 Points - Joe Czerwinski, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, Aug 2018
94 points - Decanter Magazine, March 2021
|Bottles Per Case||6 Pack|
|Cellaring||Drink Now or Cellar|
|Sweetness||XD - Extra Dry See Sweetness Chart|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Producer||Domaine Les Pallières|
|Region||France (France), Southern Rhône (France)|
|Style||Subtle & fruity|
|Farming Method||Organic, Sustainable, Traditional|
|Grapes||Cinsault, 5% Clairette, 80% Grenache, Syrah / Shiraz|
|Food Pairing||Breads, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Vegetables|
|Price of Case||$449.94|
Domaine Les Pallières is undeniably one of the greatest, longest-running properties of the Southern Rhône—outside the village of Gigondas, woven into the foothills of the beautiful and brooding Dentelles de Montmirail. The domaine had been a continuously running farm within the same family since the fifteenth century!
Les Pallières was once a famous domaine with wines of impeccable character, yet the property had slowly fallen into disrepair. Two great frosts of the twentieth century had killed off many of the olive and fruit trees, and both the winery and the vineyards were badly in need of repairs. By 1998, the Roux brothers wanted to make a change. With no future successors to take their place, they decided to sell.
The Brunier brothers, Daniel and Frédéric, of the famed Vieux Télégraphe in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, were rising stars in the Southern Rhône at the time, having distinguished themselves time and time again with world class wines had purchased the property. After decades of neglect, Pallières’ renaissance has begun.
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