LVT 2019 r 2006 wh Plenty of STGT qualities at this top-notch domaine. Thiérry Allemand works on low yields, and painstaking vinifications, with limited use of sulphur. The fruit is clear and well-defined, Reynard being the more structured wine, demanding greater patience than Chaillot. Both are high quality, year in, year out, if now expensive. A low profile vintage success is the 2011, since Thiérry's timing with his harvest was impeccable for that, the 2011 wines gaining depth as they age. It included his SO2 free Reynard wine, the usual lot of 2,000 bottles. That wine was ended in 2014. In 2015 and 2016 Thiérry made a "special" Reynard from the old Noel & Louis Verset vineyard, 1,200-1,400 bottles. He asserts that only Sabarotte and perhaps Genale would be capable of giving its quality.
A little St-Péray was made in 2005 and 2006. There used to be some St-Joseph crop, from the southernmost part of the appellation, that was sent to the Tain Co-operative, with one wine made only in 2005.
22 impasse des Granges 07130 Cornas
Tel: +33(0)475 81 06 50
Countries exported to:1) GB 2) USA 3) Japan
Percentage Exported: 60%
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