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Domaine Jaume Vinsobres Altitude 420 from Rhone

This unique French wine from Domaine Jaume is a captivating blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre grapes. Grown at an altitude of 420 meters in the Rhone Valley, it offers a complex bouquet of aromas including ripe cherries, blackberries, violets and spices. With its juicy texture and lingering finish, this full-bodied red will tantalize your taste buds with its delightful flavors.

Domaine Jaume Vinsobres Altitude 420 from Rhone

What Makes This Wine Popular?

This Domaine Jaume Vinsobres Altitude 420 from Rhone is a popular wine for a reason! It's vibrant and full-bodied, with notes of black currants, spices, and licorice. On the palate, it is smooth and juicy, with ripe red fruits, hints of oak and a long finish. With its perfect balance between power and finesse, this Rhone Valley gem is sure to satisfy any wine lover!


A Little Trivia

The owners of Domaine Jaume Vinsobres Altitude 420 from Rhone are actually avid paragliders, and have been known to use their vineyard as a launching point for their adventures!


History of This Wine

The Domaine Jaume Vinsobres Altitude 420 is a red wine from the Rhone Valley in France. It was first produced in the late 1990s by winemaker Jean-Paul Jaume, who had been making wines since the 1970s. The vineyard is located at an altitude of 420 meters, which gives it a unique terroir and allows for a longer ripening period. The grapes used to make this wine are Grenache Noir, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignan.

Notable vintage years include 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2009. In 2001, the wine won a gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris. In 2003, it was awarded 90 points by Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. In 2005, it was awarded 91 points by Wine Spectator and in 2009 it was awarded 92 points by Decanter Magazine.


What To Serve With This Wine?

The Domaine Jaume Vinsobres Altitude 420 from Rhone is a full-bodied and fruity red wine with notes of blackberry, raspberry, and pepper. This wine pairs well with bold flavors such as grilled meats, game dishes, robust cheeses, tomato-based sauces, and mushroom dishes. It also goes well with hearty stews and rich pastas. If you're looking for a lighter option, this wine pairs nicely with salmon or other fish dishes.


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