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Rating: 90 Pts Jeb Dunnuck - The Rhone ReportSize:750ML
Region: Languedoc Country:France
Varietals: Carignan / Carinena ABV:13%

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90 Pts Jeb Dunnuck - The Rhone Report

"2010 Domaine Grand Lauze La Mariole Vignes Centenaires (France, Vin de France) $17 Coming from 100-year-old Carignan vines in Corbieres, the 2010 Domaine Grand Lauze La Mariole Vignes Centenaires is gorgeous. Exhibiting exotic, smoky aromas of black cherries, rose petal, licorice, singed leather, and searing minerality along with a medium-bodied, silky, and elegant palate, it builds beautifully with air and has clean, integrated acidity and ripe, polished tannin. The purity here is outstanding, and this knockout effort should be purchased by the case. It should drink nicely for 5-6 years, possibly longer."


"The 22 hectares of Domaine Grand Lauze are located around the small village of Ferrals-les-Corbières, primarily in Boutenac. The deep soils are limestone, clay mixed with pebbles, and the red sandstone of the Boutenac terroir. In the three Carignan vineyards there are some native strains that were planted between 1880 and 1910! The wines are naturally fermented in a controlled temperature of about 22C, followed by a maceration period of ten days. The cultivation in the vineyards is completely organic ; the wine is all natural. The vines are also cultivated according to biodynamic methods, respecting the lunar cycles and wind." -Importer

"Xavier et Mathieu come from a family of winemakers. Two of their great-grandfathers worked in Ferrals Les Corbieres, one of who used the local co-op (in fact, one of its founders) and another who used his own cellar. Pierre, their grandfather, followed their footsteps in the family business as did his own son Andre, the Xavier et Mathieu's father." "Andre Ledogar worked in the vineyards, but was also looking to further grow their business and invest in their product. In 1997, he bought an old viticultural building and rebuilt it into their new cellar. Xavier, the eldest son, fell in love with wine and became a winemaker like his father. In 2000, Matthieu began working at the winery." -Winery; translated by KM

"The oldest Carignan in our vineyards is 100 years old. The youngest vines are 60 years old. The Carignan vines are located on hills, sloping vineyards, or terraces. We wait until the grapes are ripe before harvesting them. With these parcels, we make wines that are structured, full-bodied, and have powerful tannins." -Winery; translated by KM

"The Ledogar family practices natural production methods. At the domaine, the soils are always worked and treated naturally. Since 1998, inspired by biodynamics, Xavier started working the vineyards cleanly and naturally. The domaine is certified organic by ECOCERT." -Winery; translated by KM