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Superstar winemaker Philippe Cambie
helped fashion this blend from up-and-coming
Rhône estate Domaine La Collière.
What You Need To Know
Some of the world’s greatest wines
come from France’s Rhône Valley, and in a spectacular vintage
like 2010, they can deliver amazing quality at relatively sane
prices. This spicy, sultry red blend is a terrific example: It comes
from the vineyards of Georges Perrot, located around the town of
Rasteau. The Perrot family sold their grapes to a large, well-known
négociant (wine merchant) for years before teaming up in 2002
with Philippe Cambie, one of the Rhône’s best-known winemaking
consultants. Like most southern Rhône reds, it’s based on the
Grenache grape, which gives the wine its plump body and deep
berry flavors. A touch of Syrah lends peppery spice.
Blackberries and plums.
Generously fruity, full
and ripe, with peppery
blackberry fruit notes.
the bottle should be
cool to the touch.
Stews, chops and
roasts of red meat and
pork, especially lamb.