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Famille Dutraive "Cap O Sud" Corbiere Cinsault 2016

90+ Our Score
(8/2018) The Dutraive family, like many others in recent difficult harvests, have had to expand their horizons for sourcing grapes to produce their wines. This negociant project is sourcing Cinsault from Corbieres. It is very interesting to see these Southern French varietals through the Dutraive lens. These renditions are considerably more on the wild side than their Beaujolais bottlings. This is earthy and raw, with tons of energy and the first and only time this wine will be made!
$
2999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~29 bottlesCheck all Stores

La Boutanche Vin de France Cinsault 2016 1.0 LT

89 Our Score
(6/2017) Martin Texier is now firmly at the helm of the Rhone La Boutanche line and he is crafting some very tasty wines! The fruit is sourced from the St. Julien-St Alban region, that his father Eric famously revived, and comes from meticulously farmed vineyards. Martin is using a technique he calls "infusion", where he is essentially making a red wine in the manner typically used for whites. The end result is a delicately structured red with very fine tannins and dizzying aromatics. The nose is just simply gorgeous. Don't forget to add a slight chill.
$
1599
Discount:
1.0 LT
Available:
Out of stock

Domaine Rimbert "Cousin Oscar" Cinsault 2018

90 Our Score
(8/2019) Jean-Marie Rimbert's Cinsault- and Carignan-based natural wines have steadily become favorites at Vin Chicago, as some of the best terroir-driven expressions of the Languedoc AOC of St. Chinian. His Cousin Oscar is a fun, medium-light bodied Cinsault perfumed by rose and violet petals, dried herbs, cracked pepper and dried strawberry, with ample cherry and blood orange fruitiness. This extremely quaffable wine is a delight for picnics or makes for a great Pinot Noir alternative for the dinner table!
$
1499
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~43 bottlesCheck all Stores
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