Rayan Cotes du Rhone

Rayan Cotes du Rhone
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Gebiet : Frankreich, Rhone, Visan
Hersteller : Domaine le Garrigon Link zu Hersteller
Typ : Rotwein
Rebsorte : 90% carignan, 10% grenache
Lagerung : 2 Jahre in Zementbehältern
Alkohol : 13,5 %

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Gebiet : Frankreich, Rhone, Visan
Hersteller : Domaine le Garrigon Link zu Hersteller
Typ : Rotwein
Rebsorte : 90% carignan, 10% grenache
Lagerung : 2 Jahre in Zementbehältern
Alkohol : 13,5

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Öko-Zert.: FR-BIO-01
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Erzeugnisnummer 43404
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Gebiet : Frankreich, Rhone, Visan
Hersteller : Domaine le Garrigon Link zu Hersteller
Typ : Rotwein
Rebsorte : 90% carignan, 10% grenache
Lagerung : 2 Jahre in Zementbehältern
Alkohol : 13,5 %

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Öko-Zert.: FR-BIO-01

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Område : Frankrig, Rhone, Segurét
Producent : Domaine de l'Amauve Link til producenten


Foods to Pair With Carignan
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Because of its well-balanced nature, a good Carignan can stand next to Grenache and Gamay in terms of versatility with food. This is why these wines have cultivated a reputation for being perfect Thanksgiving wines. Few grapes can hold up to the myriad of different dishes that claim a space on the Thanksgiving spread.

Both roasted and cured meats bring out the earthy qualities of Carignan. In fact, older bottles may have a distinctive meaty aroma when first opened. Do not be afraid of this oddity. Merely decant the bottle for an hour or so to let the wine breathe. If you come across a bottle with this profile, do not miss the opportunity to pair it with an aged Gouda or a young Manchego cheese. Even a simple farmer’s cheese will sing when paired with this wine.

Carignan is typically a fruity wine, with flavors like cranberry, strawberry and raspberry detectable on the palate. The more subtle floral notes contain hints of rose petal and violet.

Different methods of processing this wine produce different aromas. For instance, carbonic maceration, in which whole grapes are fermented without the typical crushing method, produces lower tannins and higher fruit notes. Because the tannins are found in the skin, the whole-fruit nature of carbonic maceration does not allow them to be fully released. Due to the yeasts present during this stage, carbonic maceration often produces aromas of banana, bubblegum and even cotton candy. However, if you were to taste Carignan that had been aged in a light oak barrel, you would likely notice vanilla, fragrant sweet wood and even coconut on the nose. Heavy oak would impart even more dramatic scents, such as smoke, anise and even tar.