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Paul Jaboulet Aine - Vacqueyras Les Cypres 2016

Red Wine from Rhône · France
Price: £20.50
Case Rate: £19.49
Ex Tax: £14.58
Country:
Wine Region: Rhône
Winery: Paul Jaboulet Aine
Grape: Shiraz Grenache
Alcohol Percentage: 13%
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
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Country:
Wine Region: Rhône
Winery: Paul Jaboulet Aine
Grape: Shiraz Grenache
Alcohol Percentage: 13%
Unit Quantity (ml): 750

Wine tasting notes

Ruby red in colour with violet hues. Notes of small macerated red berries on the nose, with a final hint of garrigue (Mediterranean undergrowth). A powerful and well-rounded palatte, finishing on warm spicy notes

Winery information

Paul Jaboulet Aine

The Jaboulet family started working the land in the Rhone region in 1834. The generations continued to succeed one another until Maison Paul Jaboulet Aine was acquired by the owners of Chateau La Lagune in Bordeaux, the Frey family, in 2006.
Although lauded for wines like Crozes Hermitage Domaine de Thalabert and the famous Hermitage La Chapelle, winemaker Caroline Frey has been receiving excellent reviews for her wines from the Southern Rhone region. From a robust Vacqueyras, to Chateauneuf du Pape Les Cedres and the Secret de Famille Cotes de Rhone wines, Paul Jaboulet Aine offers fantastic quality from these much loved regions.
For nearly two centuries, Jaboulet has been producing wines that represent generations of dedication and a passion for quality. Maintaining these values, Caroline and her team apply an unerring commitment to vineyard health together with a rigorous attention to detail in the cellars.
Jaboulet’s most celebrated wine is its famed Hermitage La Chapelle, named after the chapel that overlooks this most celebrated of vineyards. Jaboulet have owned the chapel since the end of the First World War – it’s an icon of this part of the Rhone Valley and marks where the best vines are grow