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Coste Danjou Banessy Cotes Catalanes IGP 2015
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Coste Danjou Banessy Cotes Catalanes IGP 2016

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One Line Description Coste Danjou Banessy Espira de l'Agly, biodynamic wine, dry white wine, fermented and aged in barrels, racy and minerally with soft texture and generous fruit.
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Roussillon, France
Producer Danjou-Banessey
Vintage 2016
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Maccabeu
Alcohol 12%
Terroir Schist
Maturation oak barrels
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Ageing Potential 10 years plus
Production Detail Non interventionalist - no filtration, no fining, no added yeast, low sulphur
Special Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan
Decanter Specialist Organic Wine Retailer 2017 Winner
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Coste Danjou Banessy Espira de l'Agly, biodynamic wine, dry white wine, fermented and aged in barrels, racy and minerally with soft texture and generous fruit. One of the best value wines on the site for stunning quality at not an exorbitant price. This white from the Roussillon offers the fine precision and lush fruit that one might expect from top burgundy or a top Loire wine but in the Roussillon and from Macabeu. This grape has great quality potential when the yields are low and the fruit is natural and ripe. This racy yet fleshy wine will keep you sipping and sipping and sipping well into the third bottle.

Grapes and wine have been part of the Danjou & Banessy families for many generations. While the tradition has always been for fortified and rancio wines, the addition of vineyards during the 50's allowed them to build a ‘library’ of old wines. In 2001, Benoit Danjou took the reins, joined by his brother Sébastien a few years later. They are the keepers of the family’s style, and stock, of old fortified wines, and have also brought their own contribution to the estate by being the first generation to produce light wines. Beautiful, racy, elegant wines they are. Softly textured and very ‘modern’ in their freshness and balance.

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