Cotes du Rhone Villages Seguret Rémy Ferbras 2019.
Séguret is a gastronomy hotspot. Magnificent hilltop village, surrounded by vineyards, that spreads into narrow streets and stone houses typical of the Provencal style. The climate is Mediterranean with strong winds from the north, called Mistral.
The vines flourish on clay-limestone and stony soil.
Grape Variety: Syrah, Grenache, Mouvedre
At First, Cotes du Rhone Villages Seguret has a beautiful intense red color.
Then, a very aromatic nose with aromas of red fruits, tobacco and almonds. Overall, the palate is complex, round and fruity with nice aromas of black fruits on the finish.
Ideally served with roasted duck or confit de canard with chestnuts or mashed potatoes with truffles.
cheeses from Rhone region such as Saint Felicien or a Rigotte de Condrieu.
Tasting tips: Serve this wine at 16-17°C. Open before service.
About Remy Ferbras
Anchored in the Southern Rhone Valley, in the heart of the prestigious Châteauneuf-du-Pape vineyard, Maison Grandes Serres pays tribute to its first Chai master, Rémy Ferbras.
This emblematic character, fervent defender of the Rhone terroir and its grape varieties, has been able to express the full potential of wines from the Rhône Valley.
He has contributed by his work and his tenacity, to the expansion of the Domaine and its notoriety.
The Rémy Ferbras signature is synonymous with rigorous selection, vinification and ageing.