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Domaine de la Janasse Cotes du Rhone Garrigues 2020  - First Bottle


92-94 Jeb Dunnuck -
All Grenache from very old vines just north of Châteauneuf du Pape, the 2020 Côtes du Rhône Les Garrigues will surpass any number of Châteauneuf du Pape out there, and it’s well worth the extra effort to track down. Kirsch, blackberries, flowers, and spice all emerge from this quintessential Grenache that’s medium to full-bodied and has a round, sexy mouthfeel, ripe tannins, and a great finish. Côtes du Rhône don’t get much better.
91-93 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate -
From a parcel of old-vine Grenache north of Courthezon, the 2020 Cotes du Rhone Les Garrigues does indeed offer up lovely garrigue-like aromas of lavender, thyme and bay leaf, plus blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. Full-bodied, silky and elegant, with a long finish, it's a super Côtes du Rhône.

Technical Details

  • BlendGrenache
  • WinemakerIsabelle and Christophe Sabon
  • CountryFrance
  • RegionRhone Valley
  • AppellationCotes du Rhone
  • Aging/Cooperage12 months in foudres
  • Alcohol15.5%

Domaine de la Janasse Cotes du Rhone Garrigues 2020

Other Reds  |  France
JD92-94, WA91-93

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Wine Advocate calls this a "super Cotes Du Rhone," and we couldn't agree more. This newly released 2020 is singing on every level and is already drinking nicely—only 4 cases to share.

About the Producer

The estate was founded in 1976 by Aime Sabon, the father of Christophe and Isabelle, who still oversee the vineyards. The property consists of 40 hectares, spread over as many as 70 different parcels throughout the appellation. While Aime works in the vineyards, his children are in charge of wine production. Christophe is a self-proclaimed, great defender of Grenache, which still represents 75% of their vines. With assistance from Aime and Isabelle, he manages the common rusticity of Grenache-based wines through meticulous work in the vineyards and cellar. The result is a wide range of rich and flavorful Chateauneuf-du-Papes, Cotes-du-Rhones and Vins de Pays that are complex and balanced often in contradiction to a region better known for sheer exuberance and power.