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2011 ROUSSANNE SAUVAGE, ‘Juliette’, Consolation. Côtes Catalanes

Bin:  175

Alcohol percentage:  14%


Made by Andy Cook, ex-manager of Luvians bottleshop in the Scottish town of St Andrews, now extremely successful winemaker in the Roussillon region. Andy now lives in Collioure with wife Kristen and family and holds down a position as winemaker at the renowned estate of Coume del Mas. Also an MW student!

Press review:

“Picked ripe and handled reductively to retain varietal aromas and freshness, this 14% alcohol VdP Côtes Catalanes was barrel fermented partly in new oak. There’s a honeyed note to the stonefruit aromas in this wine, with peach and nectarine, but overlaid by soft cashew and delicate herbs and spices. On the palate it has that hint of sweet fruit richness, but there is so much underripe apple and lemon peel acidity and grip that the overall impression is dry and savoury. This is a smooth, leesy, full-textured wine with plenty of old vine concentration that reminds me somewhat of the Beaucastel Vieilles Vignes, and like that wine is more about power than delicacy.” www.winepages.com


£22.80 per bottle in a mixed case of 6 bottles
£21.60 per bottle in a mixed case of 12 bottles

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