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Chateau L' Esparrou Cabernet Sauvingon 2020 |Cotes du Roussillon AOC

Chateau L' Esparrou Cabernet Sauvingon 2020 |Cotes du Roussillon AOC

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【Cotes du Rossillon in the south of France】
【100% Cabernet Sauvignon Charm】

F192 - Chateau L'Esparrou 2020

Production area / grade: France / Cotes du Roussillon AOC
Grape variety: 100% Cabernet Sauvingon
Alcohol: 13.5%

Deeper ruby ​​color, black currant smells at the beginning, it is more ripe, full-bodied~ After 20mins of sobering, caramel and coffee aroma appear, Chateau L' Esparrou uses 100% Cabernet Sauvingon in Cotes du Roussillon AOC in the south of France , can not only keep the characteristics of the large skeleton of the grape, but also present a sweeter and richer characteristic than Bordeaux~ The entrance has a consistent blackberry fruit flavor and coffee taste, and the wine body has D surprises, which is reasonable at this price It is thicker, with D Spicy in the back, which increases the taste tim!

Côtes du Roussillon:

Cotes du Roussillon Roussillon hills:

Roussillon hills (Cotes du Roussillon is a broad term for dry red, white and rosé wines from the Roussillon wine region in southern France. When Côte Roussillon was created in March 1977, the aim was more to create an all-encompassing name for the region than to identify or protect any particular style of wine. Roussillon's specialty products are vins doux (fortified sweet wines such as Banyuls, Maury and Rivesaltes), rather than table wines, so it was not considered necessary to create a complex appellation system for dry red and white wines. Consequently, the vast majority of dry table wines from Roussillon are sold under this appellation.

A typical Côte Roussillon red wine is based on the classic Languedoc-Roussillon and Southern Rhone grape varieties Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre, sometimes with Carignan ( Carignan). Wines from older vineyards may even contain small amounts of Cinsault and possibly even the lesser known Lledoner Pelut (thought to be a variant of Grenache Noir).
All of these varieties, as well as Grenache Gris and Macabeo (Viura in Spain), are approved for use in rosé wines from the appellation.

White wines made under this name are based on blends of the same "South of France" nature as used for red wines. The main grape varieties are Grenache Blanc and Macabeu. These are complemented by Marsanne, Roussanne and Rolle (aka Vermentino).

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