Today’s wine: Cotes du Rhône red 2014 Lieu-dit-Clavin -Domaine de la Vieille Julienne2018/3/22


Origin : Southern Rhône Valley, Châteauneuf du Pape
Grape variety: 75% Grenache-10% Cinsault- 5% Syrah- 5% Mourvèdre- 5% divers
SO2: 40mg/l

Viticulture : Organic farming, biodynamic

Harvest : Manually

Vinification: first sorting in the vineyards, second sorting after arriving in the cellar-wild yeast only- no SO2- 20 days in vat- light maceration to respect the grapes

Élevage: one year in oak barrel and 6 months in bottles


Vines years average: 85 years old.

Vineyards: 4 hectares, south exposed terrasses- mix of Miocène formation, Helvétien and alluviums post-wurmiennes-Villafranchienne terrasse covered with pebbles-yellow sands/molasse

Bottling: without fining or filtration. 2mg of SO2 added

Wine Advocate-Parker :89
From vines located around the estate and just over the northern border of Châteauneuf du Pape, the 2014 Côtes du Rhône Lieu Dit Clavin offers lots of ripe red currants, toasted spice, licorice and crushed herbs in a medium-bodied, mouth filling and Provençal character. You can feel the tannin on the mid-palate and finish
To pair with: a splendid apple pie or a pork loin with apricots.


Winemaker comment: “It has good vivacity, ripe grape flavours with freshness,” Jean-Paul Daumen


to eat with: braised rabbit with olives and capers
Service Temperature: 16-18°C
Vol: 13,5% vol
To drink: from now until 2024,
Decant for 2 hours prior to drinking
Bottle Size: 0,75l
Price: ¥2,765

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