LVT 2019 r 2019 wh A longstanding organic domaine, a real pace setter for refined quality in the 1980s. It's been officially biodynamic since 2007. There is great fruit purity when the wines are in good condition. Very little sulphur use. Good amount of w.o.w. wines. Highly recommended. Many of the 2017 and 2018 reds were ****, the Valréas L'Elementaire red an STGT wine in 2017; its last vintage was 2018, after which the five hectare vineyard was sold. I always enjoy the simple purity and finesse of the Côtes du Rhône Poignée des Raisins red. Due to hail and mildew, there was no Vinsobres produced in 2018. The top 2018, when all the wines were issued as Côtes du Rhône, was the ****(*) La Mémé Ceps Centenaires à Gramenon red from early 1900s Grenache, a wine that will live and evolve well; the 2019 also held fruit dazzle, was a classy ****(*) wine as well, top of the form. In 2019 a wine from a two hectare vineyard on stony limestone soils at Taulignan, La Belle Sortie, was introduced. From 2018 all cuvées have been Côtes du Rhône.
Michèle Aubéry-Laurent, son Maxime-François 625 chemin de Gramenon 26770 Montbrison-sur-Lez
Tel: +33(0)475 53 57 08
Countries exported to:1) Japan 2) USA 3) Switzerland 4) Belgium 5) USA
Percentage Exported: 35%
British Importers: Les Caves de Pyrène Pew Corner Old Portsmouth Road Artington GU3 1LP www.lescaves.co.uk +44(0)1483 554750/538820 email@example.com, H&H Bancroft, 29 Mill St, London SE1 2BQ, +44(0)207 232 5440 www.bancroftwines.com H2Vin Ltd 22 Melton Road Whissendine Rutland LE15 7EU +441737 355 765 www.h2vin.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org Tanners Shrewsbury sometimes Hedley Wright
USA Importers: Kermit Lynch 1605 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702 www.kermitlynch.com Australia: Andrew Guard