Domaine Anne Gros and Jean-Paul Tollot Les Combettes en appellation Cotes du Brian comes from the Marselan grape (a mix between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache) on a fine limestone clay soil.
The harvest is manual, the Burgundy wine and the ageing is 100% in barrels.
Domaine Anne Gros Tollot
IGP Cotes du Brian
Garde 5 ans
Généreux, Epicé, Croquant
Marselan is a mix between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache, it is known for its small grapes and low juice yields.
It gives complex wines very colorful with a beautiful aromatic concentration, rich in soft tannins and harmonious with a lot of fat and length as well as a great ability to keep.
And it’s still Anne Gros and Jean Paul Tollot... So Les Combettes is a small drinking bomb within five years.
This wine is served with
Domaine Anne Gros Tollot Minervois Les Combettes red wine is to serve between 16°C and 18°C and to decant 20 minutes before tasting. To enjoy on red meats in sauce as grilled. Daubes, civets, game will appreciate the company of this great Languedoc.
Anne Gros, Burgundy winemaker, assisted by her husband Jean Paul Tollot, work 18 hectares at the border of Minervois and Saint Chinian.
When a renowned Burgundy winemaker, Anne Gros, helped by her husband Jean-Paul Tollot make the big difference with the terroirs languedocians and titilate Syrah, grenache and other carignan, this gives the Domaine Anne Gros and Jean-Paul Tollot. A domain that advances the reputation of the Appellation. Attentive to the cultivation of the vine and the sensitivity of each variety, these two exceptional winegrowers brilliantly succeed in singular cuvées.
The Domaine is located in the Minervois and more precisely in the Causse. This wine-growing zone of the Minervois is mainly marked by its altitude which exceeds 200 m to reach almost 500 m. The result is lower night temperatures in Minervois and slower thermal warming in spring. There is more rainfall and more regular rainfall than all of Minervois.
Anne Gros and Jean Paul Tollot exploit 3 terroirs: Coast of brian, Minervois and Minervois Cazelles.
Since the first vintage in 2008, the range of wines is consistent, very careful, and Southern wines in aromas but not in mouth profiles. The wines very successful from the second vintage.
Passionate about the beautiful grape varieties of Carignan, Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault and Marselan that flourish on clay-limestone soils,
of marnes and sandstone, the purity of the grape varieties as well as the strong identity of the terroir Anne Gros and Jean Paul Tollot offer us a dozen wines of character: La cuvée 50/50, La Ciaude, la Cinso, L’O de la vie, Les Combettes, Les Fontanilles and Les Carretals...
Its wine bottles are also very remarkable with their famous orange labels.
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The cuvée 50/50 from Domaine Anne Gros Jean Paul Tollot is composed of 3 varieties: old Carignans, Syrah and Grenache. This results in fruit, fruit and fruit!
Domaine Anne Gros and Jean-Paul Tollot cuvée Les Carretals Minervois comes from a 1 ha enclosure of old carignans dating from 1909. A vinification with Burgundy, a total scrubbing and 100% ageing was for this energy-filled cuvée.
Anne Gros and Jean-Paul Tollot La Ciaude in appellation Minervois is concentrated, silky and fruity. The mouth prolongs on a minerality while fine.
Domaine Anne Gros Tollot Minervois Les Fontanilles red is a racy and powerful wine but tender and tasty. For a pleasure between the velvety and the farm, between the candied fruit and the delicate pink that the spices revive. A very nice blend of Carignan, Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah for a fine, structured and spicy wine.