Domaine d'Andezon Côtes du Rhône Villages Signargues 2021
Les Vignerons d'Estezargues

Domaine d'Andezon Côtes du Rhône Villages Signargues 2021
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£205.20 for 12 Save 10% (£17.10 each)

A full-bodied gem from one of France's most renowned co-ops near Avignon. This wine is a perfect representation of the synergy in a cooperative—where individual producers unite to create something extraordinary. It's a masterful expression of Rhône Valley Shiraz, brimming with robust flavours of blueberries, dark fruits, and intriguing dark olive tones. Full-bodied yet elegantly rounded, it offers the perfect blend of power and structure. Pair it with Steak Frites and Pepper Sauce for a culinary experience that amplifies its boldness without overwhelming the palate. A true testament to the quality and value that co-op winemaking can achieve, this wine is a must-try for those seeking richness, complexity, and unbeatable bang for their buck.

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Domaine d'Andezon Côtes du Rhône Villages Signargues 2021
Les Vignerons d'Estezargues vineyard

Les Vignerons d'EstezarguesRhône

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 stood out as a co-op with an artisanal approach to winemaking making some of the best value wines in the Rhône Valley. Established in 1965 and…

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  • Full-bodied, meaty powerful red; lots of dark fruit flavours, richness and complexity.
  • Andezon has been repeatedly hailed by Robert Parker as one of the best value wines in the world.
  • 90% Syrah, 10% Grenache made by the innovative co-op Vignerons d'Estézargues from the harvest of a single estate.
  • Can be drunk now, or cellared for up to around five years.
  • Needs full-flavoured food, such as a spicy bean casserole or steak.

in the press

Robert Parker - ‘... one of the very best bargains in dry red wine that readers are likely to find anywhere in the world ...'  '... This has been a big-time best buy for many, many years...' 

Matt Walls - Decanter- 92 points - 'A textured, layered natural wine; very open and giving already. Dark chocolate-coated black cherries and damsons, rosemary and thyme. Succulent texture, with lightly chewy tannins, it flirts with some of the wilder nuances of low-intervention winemaking','..it's very much a wine of place, rather than winemaking, and one with real complexity and texture.'