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This easy-going red Rhône blend displays a gorgeous ruby colour and enticing aromas of licorice, blackberries and blackcurrant jam. Ripe tannins and a fruity attack are immediately evident from the first sip along with hints of sweet spice, strawberries and a hint of black pepper from the Syrah.
This very likeable wine is perfect to savour on its own, but also works wonderfully alongside charcuterie boards, soft cheeses or even barbecued lamb seasoned with thyme.
Composed of 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah, the grapes for Pavillon des Courtisanes are sourced from pebbly vineyards in Cairanne. As one of the nominated Côtes du Rhône villages whose wines are considered to be of exceptional quality, Cairanne producers are permitted to the village’s name to the bottle label. Cairanne’s other claim to fame is its proximity to the majestic Mont Ventoux which is renowned for being the toughest climb of the Tour de France.
Jean-Luc and his wife Anne have specialised in making top quality wines across the Rhône Valley and the South of France since purchasing their first vineyard in Cornas in 1986. They’ve recently been joined by daughter Laure who is developing her own estate in Saint-Péray and has a keen ambition to gain recognition for this little-known Rhône appellation.