This 100% Syrah comes from old vines planted just outside of the Cornas appellation.andnbsp;Technically it is a Cotes du Rhandocirc;ne, but because the wine is so much more significant than your normal Cotes du Rhandocirc;ne made from Syrah in the Northern Rhandocirc;ne, Guillaume Gilles decided to label it under the generic moniker of andldquo;Vin de France.andrdquo; This is a pretty common thing andndash; especially with folks like this who are trying to prove a point. That point being that Cotes du Rhandocirc;ne as an appellation is not worthy of a wine like this. This drinks like a baby Cornas. Perfectandnbsp;with burgers, it isandnbsp;dark fruited, not too structured, feral, mineral, powerful but yet effortless.andnbsp;We like to drink Syrah with a chill on it, and suggest you serve this just above cellar temperature. Cellar temp is 55 degrees andndash; serve at 60 - 62 degree Fahrenheit.
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