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2007 Chateau Signac Cotes du Rhone Villages Chusclan Cuvee Combe d'Enfer
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This sunny site on the right bank of the Rhone has been planted with vines since Roman times. While we’re not sure about the quality back then, today we can safely commend the Amez-Droz family for producing good wines at even better prices.

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2007 Chateau Signac Cotes du Rhone Villages Chusclan Cuvee Combe d'Enfer

Producer: Chateau Signac
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Rhone Blend
Origin: France
Region: Rhone
Appellation: Cotes du Rhone

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Plenty of body
04/01/2011
by Sprague13614448
Stands up to the muscle bound Calif Cabs, and gives depth and mouth watering nuanced flavor of fresh fruit. Fabulous nose and finish! If anyone disagrees, I'll buy theirs.
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11/09/2010
by Griffin13667589
Keeping the order until proper shipping time paid off. The wine is everything you described. It's overall success was proven when it was paired with venison sausage, stewed apples and cheese grits and came out on top!
Loved by all!
05/21/2010
by Scott-Meisel13595232
We've really enjoyed drinking this one - needs an hour or so in the decanter - and everyone we've shared it with has loved it!

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About the Cotes du Rhone

The entire Rhone Valley is frequently referred to as the Cotes du Rhone, but this is also the name of the generic appellation that covers more than 100 communes in the region north of Avignon. The primary varieties cultivated here are Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan. Wines simply labeled Cotes du Rhone may rank at the bottom of the hierarchy...

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