Antonin Rodet Côtes du Rhône
Vineyards are cultivated on blue marl and clayey soils, mainly based in the southern part of the Rhône valley. Stretching along both banks of the Rhône river from Vienne to Avignon, the
Appellation is situated across 163 villages and 6 “départements”, with the majority
of it concentrated in the south. 15 to 20 hectares is the average size of a
property classified as Appellation Contrôlée, with 96 % of production being
red wine. The A.O.C. Côtes-du-Rhône is France’s second largest over all
producer of Appellation Contrôlée wine.
Vinification and maturation
Mechanical harvest followed by a classical winemaking with 3 weeks maceration
and ageing in vats.
Colour: elegant ruby red. Nose: the nose is expressive with nice freshness and scents of red fruit with notes of chocolate. Palate: Well-balanced on the palate with a silky texture and flavours of
It is the perfect companion to red meals and games.
AGEING POTENTIAL: Ready to drink, but can be kept 2 to 3 years.