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L'Aiguebrun le Pont la Coquille Luberon 2017

Member Review by duncan 906:

I bought this bottle of wine for 4 euros on a recent visit to Calais.Luberon is an appellation created in 1988.although there has been viticulture here since before the Romans,fror red,rose and white wines from 36 communes in the south-east corner of the Rhone wine region.Vines are grown on the sides of the Luberon mountain south of the Calavan river in a national park.My bottle is a rose from the Les Caves Amedee co-operative and named after a bridge [bridge of shells] over the Aiguebrun river.It is a blend of syrah and grenache although I do not know in what proportions. I started it this evening with my salmon supper.It is a very dry wine and there is plenty of an apple and cranberry style fruit.Bland or mineral it is not. It went well with the salmon

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Region: France » Luberon

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Color: Rosé
Blend: Grenache, Syrah
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Les Caves Amedee:
This is a co-operative group founded by Amedee Gimes in 1965 to market and promote Luberon wines.They have used the name of a local river Aiguebrun as a label or brand name on many of their wines since 1974.In 2005 they entered into a partnership agreement with the national park[ the whole of the Luberon appellation is within a national park] in order to respect the environment

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Snooth User: duncan 906
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07/15/2018

I bought this bottle of wine for 4 euros on a recent visit to Calais.Luberon is an appellation created in 1988.although there has been viticulture here since before the Romans,fror red,rose and white wines from 36 communes in the south-east corner of the Rhone wine region.Vines are grown on the sides of the Luberon mountain south of the Calavan river in a national park.My bottle is a rose from the Les Caves Amedee co-operative and named after a bridge [bridge of shells] over the Aiguebrun river.It is a blend of syrah and grenache although I do not know in what proportions. I started it this evening with my salmon supper.It is a very dry wine and there is plenty of an apple and cranberry style fruit.Bland or mineral it is not. It went well with the salmon




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