Les Caladières Red
Pierre Amadieu - Crozes Hermitage
Red,Crozes Hermitage
history
The Amadieu family settled in Gigondas in 1929. Pierre Amadieu, grandfather of the current winemaker, whose name is also Pierre, started the business with a small estate in Gigondas. In 1954, he had the opportunity to buy 280 acres that was not planted with vines. He gradually turned it into a vineyard, starting at the top of the hill at a place called Domaine Grand Romane. Later he also planted vines halfway down the hill at the lieu-dit named La Machotte. With these two domains, Pierre Amadieu is now known as a leading AOC Gigondas producer both in quality and quantity.
Tasting notes
On the nose, black currant, raspberries fragrances together with a hint of violet are very typical of Syrah wines. Delicate, the mouth is silky but powerful showing red fruits notes, tannins are round and soft. The colour is deep and the alcohol content is low, moving to truffles and mushroom aromas after few years.
Food pairing
This charming wine will match perfectly with a roasted beef in sauce or a veal escalope on fresh vegetables.
Aging potential
Taste and appreciate this beautiful wine at room temperature (17°C) while young or within the following 6 years.
Grape varieties
Vineyard
Located on the Northern part of the Rhône Valley, vineyard of Crozes-Hermitage spreads over very steep terroirs becoming sediments slopes when moving to the Rhône River. A wide range of terroirs making complex aromas and great bottles...
Winemaking
The traditional wine making process is carefully made to enhance the great potential of the Syrah bunches picked up at their best maturity.
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