Saint Joseph is a wine AOC produces on about 50 km on the right bank of the Rhône. The vineyard is planted in Syrah for the red and in Marsanne and Roussanne for the white. The AOC red wine Saint Joseph is elegant and fine with a certain power. He develops aromas of blackcurrant and raspberry. As for white wine Saint Joseph, he brings notes of scents of acacia, honey and apricot. It is the naming the most underestimated of the northern valley. Seize these wines with Domains Courbis, Villard and Gérin.
Domaine Courbis red wine Vin de Pays de l'Ardèche 100% Syrah
Domaine du Monteillet La Syrah à Papa red is a 100% deep ruby Syrah. Its peppery and liquorice nose is mesmerizing. Notes of red fruits make the whole greedy. In mouth, this little wonder elaborated by Stéphane Montez offers us density and power. A very nice vintage to discover urgently!
We can't stop François Villard ! Another new wine: Les Contours de Mairlant. A Roussane Marsanne duo for a delicious wine. A success, as always. A great value!
Les Hauts du Monteillet red wine from Domaine Stephane Montez is fullbodied with great tannins.
Les Hauts du Monteillet white wine by Stephane Montez is generous and seductive...
Francois Villard Saint Joseph poivre et Sol, fruits aromas and subtlety whith of course notes of white peppers. Grapes: 100% Syrah
Marsanne grapes from Francois Villard Saint Joseph blanc is called Fruit d'Avilleran. Rich, aromatic, perfectly balanced with a great finish...
Vineyard : Domaine Courbis Vallée du Rhône Appellation: Saint-Joseph Red wine -AOC- Vine: Syrah
Domaine Courbis Saint Joseph white wine
François Villard Mairlant Saint Joseph is delicate and smouth with notes of spices, thyme an white peppers.
Mairlant Blanc Francois Villard is the great vintage of Saint Joseph Blanc and of course it's a killer!We have everything : fullness, freshness, lenght ! We are big fans but "Mairlant" is rare : only 8500 bottles.
Le Saint Joseph Le Passage du Domaine Stéphane Ogier is one of these Syrah on granite with a breeding of 18 months a little longer than the average. The vines are over 30 years old, are harvested by hand and are located in the town of Malleval. Le Passage stands out for its freshness.