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Domaine Marcoux is always marked by elegance and balance. Think of these as the Volnay's of Chateauneuf - perfectly perfumed wines with nuance and silky texture. Blend of mostly Grenache. It is bold with notes of black cherries, mulberries, peppery herbs, and spice. Biodynamic and Organic.

The Armenier's take great care of their Cote du Rhone through organic farming, manual harvesting and sorting of the grapes.

Perhaps the most famous region in the world. The name means the Popes new castle. The first vines in the region were planted by the ancient Romans while Popes served their Papacy in the region of Avignon.

Grenache is the dominant variety, ripening is intensified through sun reflection off of round stones called galetes roules. Thanks to the Mistral wind blowing south from Dijon, the vines are cooled and protected from mildew, the wind is so intense it could blow the ears off a donkey. To prevent uprooting the vines are often staked down.

Domaine Marcoux 2021 Chateauneuf-du-Pape

SKU: 441816
Regular price $89.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Chateauneuf du Pape

VARIETAL: Red Blend

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FORMAT: 750 ML

Domaine Marcoux is always marked by elegance and balance. Think of these as the Volnay's of Chateauneuf - perfectly perfumed wines with nuance and silky texture. Blend of mostly Grenache. It is bold with notes of black cherries, mulberries, peppery herbs, and spice. Biodynamic and Organic.

The Armenier's take great care of their Cote du Rhone through organic farming, manual harvesting and sorting of the grapes.

Perhaps the most famous region in the world. The name means the Popes new castle. The first vines in the region were planted by the ancient Romans while Popes served their Papacy in the region of Avignon.

Grenache is the dominant variety, ripening is intensified through sun reflection off of round stones called galetes roules. Thanks to the Mistral wind blowing south from Dijon, the vines are cooled and protected from mildew, the wind is so intense it could blow the ears off a donkey. To prevent uprooting the vines are often staked down.