Château de Montfaucon Côtes du Rhône rouge 2017
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Château de Montfaucon Côtes du Rhône rouge 2017

AppellationCôtes du Rhône
ProducerChâteau de Montfaucon
Visual aspectDark red sustained and brilliant
Odor characteristicdark fruit marked by notes of spices
Taste attributesFull and racy. Tannins rounded, coated but very present in the mouth.
Breeding containertank
Operating temperature15°
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20 bottles in stock

9,50 € VAT incl.

Domain description :

Vieilles Vignes | Grapes | AgricultureDe Old VignesMontfaucon is facing Châteauneuf-du-Pape, on the other side of the Rhone. Our vineyards are spread between Montfaucon and the two neighboring towns, Roquemaure and St-Genies-de-Comolas.Le area rich 18 ha originally (in 1995) has grown to reach 60 hectares today , as new vines were planted, and old were redeemed. Our vines date from an average of 40 years, the oldest of up to 90 years.

Description of the appellation :

Since 1937, the wines produced in the Rhône Valley are defined by the AOC Côtes du Rhône. Consists of several municipal and local AOC, this appellation produces red wines, dry whites and rosés and covers 42,000 hectares dotting 6 departments (Rhône, Gard, Ardèche, Vaucluse, Loire Drôme) and 171 municipalities. The total annual production of this AOC is over 2 200 000 hectoliters most of which comes from the southernmost vineyard. The vineyard has a more Mediterranean climate made of sun, warm temperatures, seasonal rains and Mistral. The main variety of red wines and rosé is Grenache (it covers at least 40% of the surface). Syrah is also needed in the southern area.

Description of the region :

Second wine region in France after Bordeaux, the Rhone region is one of the oldest in the country. The vineyard is divided into two zones: the northern Rhone Valley and the southern Rhone valley. Other areas furthest part of the region: Vivarais Luberon, through the Diois. The Bordeaux region can produce red, white and rosé, of all kinds: dry, soft, natural and sparkling. However, the red wines are produced in this region (representing 80% of production). At the heart of the southern area is the Grenache grape that made the red wines "solar". However, the vagaries of climate forcing growers to use the assembly technique to balance their wines. Some additional varieties: Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvèdre and Carignan. For white wines, the grape varieties used are: bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc, Clairette, Roussanne, piquepoul, Maccabeo, Marsanne, Vermentino or Picardan. Rosé wines from the same grape varieties as the red wines. In the northern area, for red wines, the syrah grape variety predominates. For white wines, the grape varieties used are: Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne. The designations are the Rhone region are numerous: Cote du Rhone, Cotes du Rhone-Villages, communal AOC (Condrieu, lirac, Côte-Rôtie, Chateauneuf du Pape, etc.) and AOC independent (luberon, ventoux, grignan les adhémar ...).