||€13,99 / Liter
Vinsobres is highly regarded for its Syrah wines. It is in the northern part of the southern Rhone in about 300m altitude, mostly on terraced vineyards. Here the terroir has the necessary coolness to give the Syrah finesse.
Therefore, the Syrah plays a major role in the 2015 Vinsobres Les Cornuds by the family Perrin. The Syrah gives a stunning spicyness tot he wine and the Grenache provides body and fullness. A perfect interplay, which takes place in a great vintage like 2015, on an especially high level.
Jeb Dunnuck from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate gave it 89-91/100: „One of two releases from Vinsobres, which is located in the northern, cooler part of the Southern Rhône Valley. From higher elevation and cooler sites, the 2015 Vinsobres Les Cornuds is a 50/50 split of Grenache and Syrah. It should end up being an outstanding wine and offers lots of black fruits, pepper and garrigue in a full-bodied, seriously textured and layered style.“
||now until 2021+
||14.5% alc. vol..
||In tanks (Grenache) and in used barriques (Syrah)
||50% Syrah, 50% Grenache Noir
|| 89-91/100 Parker's Wine Advocate; 90/100 Wine & Spirits
||dry red wine
Producer: Les Vins Perrin et Fils SAS, Château de Beaucastel, 84350 Courthézon France
Product from France - contains sulphites