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
“This was the first wine I ever tried at Roberson and is still one of my favourites. I remember being amazed at how silky it was - I’d never tasted a wine like it! I go back to it again and again for its lush dark fruit, sweet spice and pure drinkability. It’s always a winner at dinner parties and opens up wonderfully after decanting.”
“‘... 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.”