We are massive fans of the wines from Domaine La Colombette. It all began in 1890 when Louis Pugibet a blacksmith, fell in love with a winemaker and she gave him his first hectare as a gift for the marriage. Four generations later Francois and son Vincent work side by side creating exciting wines. Colombette are pioneers in the region and are at the forefront of exploring and developing new techniques with disease resistant grape varieties as well as continuing to produce outstanding wines from known varieties. They produce a wide range of styles and whilst all teh wines are distinctive they posess a common thread of having restrained alcohol levels without compromising on fruit or body.
This delightful red made from Lledoner Pelut, also known as a ‘hairy’ grape variety, not dissimilar to Grenache. Vibrant fruit, lovely balance and a seductive, creamy texture.
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