The label may have changed but it is still the same good stuff in the bottle! At 9$ a bottle if you buy six, Vintage Cellars are doing their best to promote the current iteration of my favourite Cotes-du-Rhone for a few years in a raw.
We finished the 2007 vintage a long time ago, and it is a shame at it was certainly one of the best GSM i have ever drunk - in that price range, that is - and even if the current 2010 vintage could wait another couple of years to refine, it is still very drinkable.
You could also try the Cotes-du-Ventoux if you like it rougher, or you could uprade to St Joseph and Cote-Rotie if you are prepared to spend more dough! Up to you, but I want to hear your reviews!
The winery is about 40 ams south of Lyon, on the western bank of the Rhone just south of Vienne.
We will stop there on our way back from Provence towards the end of ou
Born in France, well travelled, relocated to Sydney in 1997.
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