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Côtes du Roussillon Vieilles Vignes, Domaine du Clos des Fées, 2011

Splendid wine, intense aromatic fireworks. A treasure from Roussillon! Directly from the vineyards. Exclusively on The French Cellar


Cotes du Roussillon is an appellation from Roussillon region, at the eastern edge of the Pyrenees Mountains


Domaine du Clos des Fées is an estate lost in a desert of garrigues, bordered by walls of dry stones, with 30 hectares of vineyards, including 75  years old vines. Gault Millau 19/20


35% Grenache, 15% Lladoner Pelut, 35% Carignan, 15% Syrah

REGION: Roussillon

Our sommelier’s comments

Dark red ruby with reddish reflections
Expressive, charming, fresh, fruity with raspberry, blackcurrant, blackberry, vanilla, thyme, black pepper and roasted notes
Smooth attack, juicy palate, dense and complex. Infinite length with crispy red fruits
Prime rib, wild boar stew, roasted rack of lamb
Wine service temperature: 16° Maturity: ready to drink, up to 12 years cellaring


Dry Sweet
Aromatic Very aromatic
Non fruity Very fruity
Non spicy Very spicy
Light bodied Fully bodied
Non tannic Tannic
Non oaky Oaky


Did you know?

Lledoner Pelut is a grape variety close to Carignan which originates from Carigan. Herve Bizeul, the owner of Domaine du Clos des Fées, was a successful sommelier, restaurant owner, wine and food critic before creating Le Clos de Fees. He decided to “know the reality of the daily life in the vineyards”

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