Domaine de la Janasse Cotes-du-Rhone “Tradition”

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Carignan & Cinsault & Grenache | Rhone | France | Red Wine | Domaine de la Janasse | 2022 | 0,75 L | 13,5 %
About
Domaine de la Janasse Cotes-du-Rhone "Tradition" is a classic representative of the famous Cotes-du-Rhone style, known for its quality and affordability. This wine is made primarily from Grenache and Syrah grapes, which embody the warmth and depth of the Rhone Valley terroir. Its production focuses on expressing varietal purity and regional character, making it a popular choice among those who appreciate French wines that offer both complexity and value.
Producer
Winery "Domaine de la Janasse" was founded in 1973 by Aimé Sabon. Brother and sister, Christophe and Isabella Sabon, continue the winery business, growing grapes on 80 hectares in several appellations: Winery "Châteauneuf du Pâpe" is located in the Courteson region, namely Côtes du Rhône, the village of Côtes du Rhône. For the Grenache grapes, concrete containers are used, and for the Syrah and Mourvedre grapes, oak barrels are used; we can say that everything is quite traditional here. In this case, the quality of the raw materials is impressive, which the Sabon family uses with their skills and vision to make excellent wines.
Tasting notes

Domaine de la Janasse Cotes-du-Rhone “Tradition” offers a rich and powerful flavor profile typical of the Rhone Valley. It reveals aromas of ripe red fruits such as cherry and raspberry interwoven with hints of spice and subtle earthiness. On the palate, this wine is well balanced, with a medium body, soft tannins and a persistent finish that brings out pepper and licorice notes.

Pairing

This Cotes-du-Rhone pairs well with hearty dishes such as grilled red meat, stews and roasted vegetables. The spicy and fruity notes make it perfect for dishes with Provençal herbs or a rich tomato sauce. For cheese pairings, choose aged hard cheeses like Gouda or Cheddar to complement the robust character of the wine.

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Domaine de la Janasse
Winery "Domaine de la Janasse" was founded in 1973 by Aimé Sabon. Brother and sister, Christophe and Isabella Sabon, continue the winery business, growing grapes on 80 hectares in several appellations: Winery "Châteauneuf du Pâpe" is located in the Courteson region, namely Côtes du Rhône, the village of Côtes du Rhône. For the Grenache grapes, concrete containers are used, and for the Syrah and Mourvedre grapes, oak barrels are used; we can say that everything is quite traditional here. In this case, the quality of the raw materials is impressive, which the Sabon family uses with their skills and vision to make excellent wines.
Carignan prefers warm, dry climates when the grape can express intensive tannins, acidity and color. Carignan is only rarely made as a varietal wine, but the best examples can exibit notes of dark berries and black fruits, pepper, licorice and spicy accents.
Côtes du Rhône vineyards are located on the banks of the Rhône River. The soil and the geographical conditions are very heterogeneous in the northern and southern parts of the region therefore the valley is divided in two parts - Northern Rhône and Southern Rhône. Vines in Northern Rhône are mainly grown on so-called "terraces" - steep granite and slate slopes. Winemakers are often not very fond of the harsh mistral wind because of its low temperature. The unusual climate causes the vines to produce small yields, but at the same time provides an intense flavour that has given the wines of Northern Rhône worldwide fame. Syrah is the mainly used grape for red wines - it produces deep wines with hints of pepper that are suitable for long aging. Viognier is the queen of white wines, but Marsanne and Rousanne are also always close by. Some appellations allow white grapes to be added to red wines to smoothen the roughness of Syrah and enrich the wines with floral aromas. The landscapes of Southern Rhône are very different from the northern part - the vineyards are located along the river on low hills and plains and the weather is much friendlier. The grapes ripen in the hot summer sun and obtain a high sugar level resulting in rich and mouth-filling wines. The main grape used is Grenache, but 12 other varieties are allowed in the region - interestingly some wines even combine all of them.