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Domaine de Majas Rouge Cotes Catalanes - Buon Vino Natural Wine
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Domaine de Majas Rouge Cotes Catalanes 2016

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One Line Description Domaine de Majas Rouge Cotes Catalanes, organic wine, Carignan, Grenache, fresh and lively southern red.
Production Method Natural, Organic
Country France French
Region Roussillon, France
Producer Domaine de Majas
Vintage 2016
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend Carignan, Grenache
Alcohol 14% abv
Terroir Clay, Limestone and schist
Maturation Concrete vats
Ageing Potential Lovely young but would age well over 5-8 years or so
Production Detail Natural, non intervention, unfined or filtered
Natural Features Vegan
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Domaine de Majas Rouge Cotes Catalanes, organic wine, Carignan, Grenache, fresh and lively southern red. The red Majas, a Carignan/Grenache blend from 20-120 year old vines is a delightful surprise. Limpid red this shiny wine has lifted aromas of ripe blueberry and red cherries as well as supporting notes of herbs and crushed stones. The fruit carries on all the way supported by pleasing acidity, minerals and a lovely raw, natural crunch.

The vines from Domaine de Majas are located in the Fenouillèdes area between 350-400 metres above sea level, on clay limestone and schist soils. The wines are fermented with native yeasts and minimal intervention in cement vats, resulting in freshness of fruit and lively minerality. The Macabeu-Rolle (with some Carignan Blanc) is grippy, tangy and flavoursome with lime peel notes and dried fruits and herbs. The red, a Carignan/Grenache blend from 20-120 year old vines is a delightful surprise. Limpid-red this shiny wine has lifted aromas of ripe blueberry and red cherries as well as supporting notes of herbs and crushed stones. The fruit carries on all the way supported by pleasing acidity. Tom Lubbe’s benign influence is clear here.

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