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Crozes Hermitage 375 ml - Buon Vino Natural Wines
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Crozes Hermitage Domaine Albert Belle 2015 375ML HALF BOTTLE

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One Line Description Crozes Hermitage Domaine Albert Belle 375ml HALF bottle, herbaceous, blackcurrant, mint, prunes, classic Northern Rhone Syrah
Production Method Conventional
Country France French
Region Northern Rhone, France
Producer Domaine Albert Belle
Vintage 2015
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Syrah/Shiraz
Alcohol 13.5% abv
Maturation 1 year in barrels, 25% new.
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Crozes Hermitage Domaine Albert Belle 375ml HALF bottle, herbaceous, blackcurrant, mint, prunes, classic Northern Rhone Syrah. This delightful demi-bouteille of fresh Syrah from the highly respected Domaine Albert Belle is stainless steel ferment and a year in 75% old, 25% new barrels. Aromas of warm tar, marmite and wood-smoke greet you, then a palate which is initially dry and herby with a mint edge opens out to reveal layers of blackcurrants, peppered plums and prunes. A Thursday night treat.

This family estate in the Northern Rhône has forged an enviable reputation for supple, generous wines. Previously a member of the local co-op, the Belle family have rapidly made a name for themselves as a producer to watch. The domaine extends to 19 hectares in 4 communes and two appellations, Crozes-Hermitage and Hermitage. Low yields in the vineyards (30-35 hl/ha) and, of course, the wonderful climate helps produce grapes of exceptional quality. The red wines are produced traditionally using whole bunches of grapes and extended maceration. They are then matured in oak for between 12 and 18 months with 20 to 25% new barrels each year.

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