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Domaine de l’Amandine Côtes du Rhône Villages Séguret 2021

Syrah, Grenache

Sandy, limestone slopes.

An expressive nose with delicate floral notes of peony and aromas of cherry and strawberry. Fresh on the palate, with fine grained tannins, this wine is a harmonious marriage of Syrah and Grenache. The finish is long with a hint of menthol.

12.00

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Producer profile

The story begins in 1968, when Jean-Pierre Verdeau, accompanied by his wife Maryse, creates Domaine de l’Amandine. Spurred on by the ambition to make his own wine with the few hectares bequeathed to him by his father, Jean-Pierre works tirelessly to extend and develop the domain. The wine is initially sold in bulk to negotiants. Thanks to his vision and determination, Domaine de l’Amandine grows. In 1984, with the purchase of the Grange Vieille vineyard in Vaison-la-Romaine, with its 6 hectares of hillside vines, the domain begins to produce higher quality wines. Two years later, the investment in a bottling machine allows Jean-Pierre to start selling his own wines. Jean-Pierre continues to run the domain until 2013, when his daughter Sabine and his son-in-law Alex Suter join him, breathing fresh energy and dynamism into the winery. Alex, an Englishman, grew up in South Africa, where his father managed a well-known winery in Stellenbosch. Two years later, their eldest daughter Mathilde, having studied viticulture and oenology, follows in the family footsteps and becomes part of the team at L’Amandine. Today, Sabine, Alex and Mathilde, under the watchful eye of Jean-Pierre, are working hard to keep the families proud wine-growing and wine-making traditions alive. Their deep bond with the terroir finds full and eloquent expression in the wines of Domaine de l’Amandine.
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