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This wine beautifully showcases the gifts of La Clape's vines. Its deep ruby color and fragrant aroma entice at first sight. With a blend of Carignan, Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre, it presents notes of black raspberry, pomegranate, and pepper. Though full-bodied, it carries itself elegantly with velvety tannins and a lingering finish.

If you plan on smoking meat, plan on a bottle of this to accompany it.

Records show that this property has existed as far back as 178AD. Many family's have owned the property but when Jean Paul Rosset and his wife inherited the estate in the 1990's they elevated it's premier status. Their focus is on a high level of service at the estate and preserving the environment. A great amount of care goes into producing their wines, from picking by hand into small bins to sorting by hand in the winery.

La Clape is a vineyard that is perched over the Mediterranean sea, sitting on top of the Massif Centrale. The site rewards the vines with a high diurnal shift due to the proximity to the sea. This partnered with the Tramontane from the North and the warm Mediterranean sun leads to ripe and rich wines that maintain freshness and finesse.

Chateau La Negly 2019 'La Cote' Rouge

SKU: 768082
Regular price $30.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Languedoc

VARIETAL: Red Blend

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FORMAT: 750 ML

This wine beautifully showcases the gifts of La Clape's vines. Its deep ruby color and fragrant aroma entice at first sight. With a blend of Carignan, Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre, it presents notes of black raspberry, pomegranate, and pepper. Though full-bodied, it carries itself elegantly with velvety tannins and a lingering finish.

If you plan on smoking meat, plan on a bottle of this to accompany it.

Records show that this property has existed as far back as 178AD. Many family's have owned the property but when Jean Paul Rosset and his wife inherited the estate in the 1990's they elevated it's premier status. Their focus is on a high level of service at the estate and preserving the environment. A great amount of care goes into producing their wines, from picking by hand into small bins to sorting by hand in the winery.

La Clape is a vineyard that is perched over the Mediterranean sea, sitting on top of the Massif Centrale. The site rewards the vines with a high diurnal shift due to the proximity to the sea. This partnered with the Tramontane from the North and the warm Mediterranean sun leads to ripe and rich wines that maintain freshness and finesse.