The soil at Le Claux is a yellowish limestone marl and produces the most Burgundian wine at Saint Cosme. Its extremely refined and fresh with lots of bouquet. Its propensity to mature is excellent, says Barruol. The wine features aromas and flavors of wild strawberries, violet, peat, Chinese Five Spice, and camphor. Grenache is the pale-colored, red-fruited, and potpourri-scented red grape variety of the southern Rhne and can be paired with both rustic and sophisticated dishes. Full-bodied Grenache-based wines are ideal with stews, braises, and grilled meats, while lighter versions can work well with dark fish and tomato-based dishes such as ratatouille.
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