Domaine Duseigneur Odyssée Villages - France
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Domaine Duseigneur Odyssée Villages - France
Domaine Duseigneur Odyssée Villages - France
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Domaine Duseigneur Odyssée Villages - France

Domaine Duseigneur Odyssée Villages 2021 - France

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90/100 CellarTracker (2019 vintage)
90/100 Jeb Dunnuck (2018 vintage)
90/100 Wine Spectator (2011 vintage)
Bronze - CellarTracker (2011 vintage)

2 Stars - Bettane & Desseauve (2019 vintage)

Organic

Jeb Dunnuck "... its medium ruby/purple color is followed by elegant notes of black raspberries, spring flowers, pepper and spice. Elegant, medium-bodied, polished, and alreay delicious" (2018 vintage)

Bettane & Desseauve "The area of ​​around thirty hectares is divided into two parts, in the communes of Saint-Laurent-des-Arbres and Lirac. On the right bank of the Rhône, the terroir is made up of rolled pebbles, on soils initially clay-limestone then sandy. Since the creation of the estate, the Duseigneur family has always cultivated its land naturally, respecting the nature of the soil as much as possible, and today practices biodynamics. The different vintages all have a serious structure and are often quite closed in their youth.

We see that the latest vintages have gained in finesse and texture, certainly the result of their recent collaboration with oenologist Philippe Cambie."

Grenache 60 to 80% depending on the vintage. Syrah 40 at 20%
Alcohol: 14%

The Odyssey is that of Jean Duseigneur, who after leaving his native land on the other side of the Mediterranean, created Domaine Duseigneur in 1967.

Bernard Duseigneur "Seizing the opportunity that nature gives us; that is the essence of biodynamics for me"

Bernard Duseigneur, hailing from a lineage of winemakers, assumed control of the family's domaine in 2002 after a stint in investment banking. Returning to his Mediterranean origins, he continued the legacy of his father and brother, ultimately settling in Châteauneuf-du-Pape on the left bank of the Rhône.

In Châteauneuf-du-Pape region of the Rhone, the terroir isn't solely defined by iconic orange pebbles; it comprises diverse soils like red clays, limestone, sandstone sands, and loams from the Rhone's banks. Acknowledging that exceptional terroir alone isn't enough for quality wines, Bernard prioritizes soil vitality. His team nurtures a diverse flora and fauna that mobilize trace elements, fostering symbiosis between plant and soil.
90/100 CellarTracker (2019 vintage)
90/100 Jeb Dunnuck (2018 vintage)
90/100 Wine Spectator (2011 vintage)
Bronze - CellarTracker (2011 vintage)

2 Stars - Bettane & Desseauve (2019 vintage)

Organic

Jeb Dunnuck "... its medium ruby/purple color is followed by elegant notes of black raspberries, spring flowers, pepper and spice. Elegant, medium-bodied, polished, and alreay delicious" (2018 vintage)

Bettane & Desseauve "The area of ​​around thirty hectares is divided into two parts, in the communes of Saint-Laurent-des-Arbres and Lirac. On the right bank of the Rhône, the terroir is made up of rolled pebbles, on soils initially clay-limestone then sandy. Since the creation of the estate, the Duseigneur family has always cultivated its land naturally, respecting the nature of the soil as much as possible, and today practices biodynamics. The different vintages all have a serious structure and are often quite closed in their youth.

We see that the latest vintages have gained in finesse and texture, certainly the result of their recent collaboration with oenologist Philippe Cambie."

Grenache 60 to 80% depending on the vintage. Syrah 40 at 20%
Alcohol: 14%

The Odyssey is that of Jean Duseigneur, who after leaving his native land on the other side of the Mediterranean, created Domaine Duseigneur in 1967.

Bernard Duseigneur "Seizing the opportunity that nature gives us; that is the essence of biodynamics for me"

Bernard Duseigneur, hailing from a lineage of winemakers, assumed control of the family's domaine in 2002 after a stint in investment banking. Returning to his Mediterranean origins, he continued the legacy of his father and brother, ultimately settling in Châteauneuf-du-Pape on the left bank of the Rhône.

In Châteauneuf-du-Pape region of the Rhone, the terroir isn't solely defined by iconic orange pebbles; it comprises diverse soils like red clays, limestone, sandstone sands, and loams from the Rhone's banks. Acknowledging that exceptional terroir alone isn't enough for quality wines, Bernard prioritizes soil vitality. His team nurtures a diverse flora and fauna that mobilize trace elements, fostering symbiosis between plant and soil.