Joli Vin imports
Vin de Pays de l’Ardèche “Les Iles Feray”
Appellation: Vin de Pays de l’Ardéche
Vineyards: Les Iles Feray / Les Rivoires
Orientation: Single parcel
Average age of vines: 15 years
Principal soil type: Silt with eroded stones
While still considered within the Saint Joseph appellation, the brothers choose to bottle this younger vine Syrah separately from their flagship appellation cuvée because the vineyard location on flatland close to the bank of the Rhône, does not posses the same granite base as is typical of the hillside sites and thus while a wonderful Syrah in its own right, the brothers do not consider it of the same caliber as the wine born of the hillside parcels.
By every measure a lovely Syrah with accent on dark fruit and possessing a plush, velvety palate but lacking in the floral tones and structural elements of the Saint Joseph bottling.
Vin de France, ChasselasFrom a tiny section of 100 + year old vines located within a parcel the brothers acquired from Raymond Trollat in 2005 in the locale of Saint Jean de Muzol.
Vin de Pays de l’Ardèche “Les Iles Feray”While still considered within the Saint Joseph appellation, the brothers choose to bottle this younger vine Syrah separately from their flagship appellation …
Saint Joseph, Les OliviersLong before it was sold as Saint Joseph, the wine from this renowned parcel was sold as Vin des Oliviers. From the Coteau des Oliviers which overlook the Oliviers stream, it enjoys a rarified southern exposure…
Saint Joseph, RougeTaken from parcels surrounding the original Saint Joseph villages of Mauves, Tournon and St. Jean de Muzols. Such a representative blend from these historic vineyards is a rarity in a single cuvée…