Domaine d'Andezon is the most famous wine from one of the world's best co-operative wineries, Vignerons d'Estézargues, and is full-bodied, powerful and rich.
Les Vignerons d'Estezargues
While many of France’s co-ops go out of business or struggle to sell uninteresting plonk, the cave co-operative in Estezargues has for many years shone out as a co-op with an artisanal approach to winemaking making ...Learn more
“Having lived for one blissful year in the Rhone Valley, I always vouch for the excellent value for money these wines deliver. This wine however is simply on another level. Mostly old vine Syrah, this dark, fleshy animal of a wine reminds me of the concentration and depth of a Cornas. ”
“‘... one of the very best bargains in dry red wine that readers are likely to find anywhere in the world ...”
“Mostly Syrah with a dollop of Grenache, this is a fine expression of sweet Syrah fruit, perky peppery spice and refinement.”
“Solomon’s custom cuvee, the 2013 Cotes du Rhone Andezon, was aged totally in concrete vats. It reveals a dense ruby/purple color as well as lots of smoky, frying lard-like notes intermixed with notions of blackberries and cassis. Solomon calls it his “southern Cornas-based” wine ... This medium-bodied effort has been helped by the addition of 10% Grenache, which provides additional flesh. It is a killer value to drink over the next 1-2 years. ”
“Modern with a lifted, ethereal character of plums, figs and hints of gravel.”