From Vincent Boyer's small family estate comes this rich, juicy southern Rhône red. Previously all his grapes supplied one of the most prestigious names in the valley. Now he proudly makes his own wine – ripe strawberry fruit wrapped in gentle spice.
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"Delightful. A perfect example of Côtes du Rhône at its best. 5 Stars"
Online Review For the 2016 vintage
Domaine Saint Michel is a small family-run estate that for years has been supplying grapes to the mighty Chapoutier. One of the most prestigious names in the valley, Chapoutier would snap up the whole vintage to add richness to their own Côtes du Rhône. When new generation Vincent took over, he dearly wanted to bottle his own. He knew it was more than good enough. Well, the beautiful property does lie close to top crus Rasteau, Vinsobres and Cairanne. It shares the same stony soils and arid climate as its neighbours and produces from 40 year old vineyards small concentrated grapes. That’s all the better for flavour and richness. Grenache, Syrah and Carignan combine in this tasty red. It's great on its own or with pasta with pesto or chops.
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