Land/Region: Frankreich/Côtes de Roussillon
Bewertung: 94-97 PP
Alkoholgehalt: 15% Vol.
Hersteller: Agly Brothers
Allergenhinweis: enthält Sulfite
The 2014 Agly Brothers Côtes du Roussillon is shockingly good. A 60/40 blend of Syrah and Grenache–and the first vintage to not incorporate Carignan–it has incredible purity and elegance to go
with lots of kirsch, with ripe black raspberry, plum-like fruit, pepper, violets, crushed rock and olive tapenade characteristics. Also
medium to full-bodied, with beautiful concentration and ultra-fine tannin, this will most likely surpass the 2013, yet I suspect it will drink at an earlier age. While the 2013 was harvest on September 15 (and this was a cool year), the 2014 wasn’t brought in until the September 25. Again, these cuvees are made in tiny quantities, so don’t miss a chance to try this. Trinkbar von 2016 bis 2030