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Maison Christophe Pichon Allegorie AOC Cornas

France

Lot

1662

Grape Variety

Various

An elegant wine brimming with fruit, aromas of black cherries, violets, cedar and toast precede delicious flavours of blackcurrants and blueberries. This is an expressive aromatic wine with some grippy tannins and toasty characters on the finish adding length. Syrah grapes were from a one-hectare plot planted on decomposed granite soils, on south east facing slopes at 400 metres with strong Mistral winds keeping fungal diseases at bay. Vinified in a similar way to the Pichon’s Côte-Rôtie, the Cornas is made 100% from Syrah grapes and was matured in older oak barrels for 14 months.

Lot

1662

Grape Variety

Various

An elegant wine brimming with fruit, aromas of black cherries, violets, cedar and toast precede delicious flavours of blackcurrants and [...]

An elegant wine brimming with fruit, aromas of black cherries, violets, cedar and toast precede delicious flavours of blackcurrants and blueberries. This is an expressive aromatic wine with some grippy tannins and toasty characters on the finish adding length. Syrah grapes were from a one-hectare plot planted on decomposed granite soils, on south east facing slopes at 400 metres with strong Mistral winds keeping fungal diseases at bay. Vinified in a similar way to the Pichon’s Côte-Rôtie, the Cornas is made 100% from Syrah grapes and was matured in older oak barrels for 14 months.

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Maison Christophe Pichon Allegorie AOC Cornas, 2017

Rhone

Lot 1662

Grape Variety Syrah

Producer S.A.R.L. Bernard Perrin

Condrieu AOC Condrieu Christophe Pichon Pere & Fils, 2017

Rhone

Lot 1662

Grape Variety Viognier

Producer S.A.R.L. Bernard Perrin