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Syrah 'Collines Rhodaniennes' 2015

The Experience

Drink When...
Getting your celt off
Listen To...
'Rome' - The B-52s
Think About...
These romans are crazy
Drink With...
Wild Boar

The Oddbins Take

In ancient times France was called Gaul. Here Celtic tribes happily lived and enjoyed wine. Then came the Romans, who fancied making wine there. After some very bloody military defeats the tribes banned wine drinking and massacred the poor, local wine merchants- as the wine was blamed for their defeats on the field. This gives rise to the term ' Gauling'. Eventually this led the Celts to turn this most gauling situation to their advantage and make the best wine in the empire. If you were a thirsty Roman or Celt this is the kind of red you'd find in their taverns. Robust, black fruits, faintly leathery and spicy. A drink to settle the most vehment wine wrangling.

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Regular - 750ml

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The Style

Syrah / Shiraz (100%)
Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet

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Domaine Philippe & Vincent Jaboul establised in 2006 in the Rhone Valley, France. This respected winemaking family, from Northern Rhone, produce wines from Croze Hermitage, Ermitage, Cornas and IGPs. Philippe extensive experience and knowledge cumulated in being awarded the Chevalier de l'Order du Merite Agricole - The highest distinction the French government offers to civilians for their contributions to the development and promotion of agricultural products. His son Vincent shares all the wine making and vineyard responsibilities. He has worked asssitiant winemaker in several prestigious wineries including Joseph Drouhin and Tyrrell's Wines in Australia.