La Goutte du Seigneur Côtes du Rhône Rouge - Rhone, France
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La Goutte du Seigneur Côtes du Rhône Rouge - Rhone, France
La Goutte du Seigneur Côtes du Rhône Rouge - Rhone, France
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La Goutte du Seigneur Côtes du Rhône Rouge - Rhone, France

La Goutte du Seigneur Côtes du Rhône Rouge 2022 - Rhone, France

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WInemaker "La Goutte du Seigneur is a divine refreshment, with a nose of wild strawberries, a fresh and thirst-quenching palate, a lively finish and silky tannins."

50% Grenache, 50% Syrah.
Alcohol: 13.5%

The name of this organic and biodynamically farmed cuvée refers to their family name, translating as "Drop of the Lord".

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, 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.
Organic

WInemaker "La Goutte du Seigneur is a divine refreshment, with a nose of wild strawberries, a fresh and thirst-quenching palate, a lively finish and silky tannins."

50% Grenache, 50% Syrah.
Alcohol: 13.5%

The name of this organic and biodynamically farmed cuvée refers to their family name, translating as "Drop of the Lord".

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, 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.