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2010 Chateau Signac Cotes du Rhone Villages Chusclan Cuvee Combe d'Enfer
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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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2010 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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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May 2012

Red-ruby.  Highly aromatic nose offers currant, cherry, dusty Provencal herbs, licorice and a whiff of game.  Juicy and downright gulpable, with noteworthy energy and lift to its intense flavors of dark cherry, spices, thyme and licorice.  Finishes with firm tannins and lovely lift.  This southern French blend would be great with grilled lamb chops. 

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by GrunerVeltliner3044
served with roast turkey at Easter meal and was taken aback by the structure and complexity of this Cotes du Rhone.I should have opened it two hours sooner. It continued to blossom in flavor and a sweet berry finish as the meal progressed. And as we sat around the table finishing the bottle it opened up to a fine balance of power and chewy brambly cherries and leather. Will try to let it age a little more before the next bottle but it was a fine bottle
Nice dry red blend
by Sommers14061023
Good for the money


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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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