M. Chapoutier is the maker of this M. Chapoutier Lubéron la Ciboise , a red wine from the region of Côtes du Luberon that is based on garnacha negra and syrah grapes. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.
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“An intense, brilliant and limpid garnet red colour with purple tints. Complex on the nose and delicate with spicy notes (nutmeg and peppered) and black fruit aromas. A tight tannic structure. The wine is well-balanced on the palate with fruit aromas (blueberry, blackberry and blackcurrant). This is an elegant and refined wine with a great persistency.”
Technical sheet · M. Chapoutier Lubéron la Ciboise
“The Luberon Regional Park is a showcase office for the vineyards of the Luberon. In fact, it extends over 36 municipalities, all located in the southeastern Vaucluse. Mediterranean with the influence of a more continental climate from the Alps and the Rhone Valley. With about 2600 hours of sunshine per year, the Luberon is among the regions of France with the best insolation Implantation of the vineyard in Provence dates back to antiquity. The Romans planted these vines indeed especially in the Aigues, and then in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the vineyards are spread widely, especially north of the Petit Luberon. The development of the vineyard grows in the late nineteenth century and between the wars. From the 70, the winemakers of the appellation, aware of the need to modernize, are undertaking important work. Their efforts were successful in 1988 with the accession of the Côtes du Luberon AOC. Today the term is called "Luberon". Quite simply. . . Black Grenache, Syrah. SOIL stony talus soil on sandy clay at the foot of the mountain barrier of the Luberon. HARVEST The grapes are picked up at phenolic maturity. THE
Winemaking: Traditional vinification 15 to 21 days.”