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2009 Chateau Signac Cotes du Rhone Villages Chusclan Cuvee Tradition
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About Chateau Signac

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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2009 Chateau Signac Cotes du Rhone Villages Chusclan Cuvee Tradition

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

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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November 2009

(a blend of 45% syrah, 30% carignan and 25% grenache):  Bright red-ruby.  Precise aromas of blueberry, dark plum, violet, medicinal herbs and crushed rock.  Juicy, sweet and energetic, with an urgent intensity to the flavors of black fruits and licorice lifted by pepper.  At once smooth and light on its feet.  Gives a classically dry impression despite its full ripeness and really scrapes the palate clean on the persistent finish.  (ST)

88-90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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better with age
by Blough10674000
we drank the last bottle of the Chateau Signac last night. It has a lot more character than some cotes du rhone wines.
by Astumian10580638
After an hour in the glass this wine opened to reveal a bouquet of violets over barnyard aromas (in a good way). Surprisingly complex, and really a joy to explore. I would definitely order more, and the wine should age well for at least another 5 years.
by Juergensen13823047
Enjoyed this wine.

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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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