Domaine du Parc St Charles 'Cuvée Des Moines Hospitalières'

Country of Origin: France Domaine du Parc Saint Charles Côtes du Rhône ‘Cuvée Des Moines Hospitalières’ The Domaine du Parc Saint Charles is nestled in the deep south of the Côtes du Rhône appellation. Located right next to Costières de Nîmes. Run by the Knights’ Templars (the fighting monks) between the 11th and 13th ...Read more


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Country of Origin: France

Domaine du Parc Saint Charles Côtes du Rhône ‘Cuvée Des Moines Hospitalières’

The Domaine du Parc Saint Charles is nestled in the deep south of the Côtes du Rhône appellation. Located right next to Costières de Nîmes.

Run by the Knights’ Templars (the fighting monks) between the 11th and 13th century, the domaine's buildings were used as barracks. Parc St Charles' soil is ancient alluvial and resembles Gigondas or Châteauneuf with large boulders scattering the vineyards. The high proportion of very old vines on the estate adds to the brilliance of the wines.

Bottle Content: 750ml

Alcohol: 15%

Tasting Note:

54% Grenache, 29% Shiraz &17% Mourvèdre. 35-year-old vines.

Great colour, almost opaque. Lifted perfumed spicy/gamey aromas, good concentrated, complex fruit on the palate and nice round, grippy tannins on the finish.

An excellent food wine.

 

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