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Clos Bellane

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2021
90
A bit reserved, so it takes some effort for the flowers, spice, and peppery red berries to show. Medium-bodied, spicy fresh, and chewy, there is a touch of mint in the finish, giving the wine an extra dose of freshness. Clos Bellane Urgonien takes its name from the type of limestone in the soil, Urgonien. The vineyard is a tiny 1.14 hectare of vines blending 77% old vine Grenache with 23% Mourvedre. Drink from 2024 - 2032

A bit reserved, so it takes some effort for the flowers, spice, and peppery red berries to show. Medium-bodied, spicy fresh, and chewy, there is a touch of mint in the finish, giving the wine an extra dose of freshness. Clos Bellane Urgonien takes its name from the type of limestone in the soil, Urgonien. The vineyard is a tiny 1.14 hectare of vines blending 77% old vine Grenache with 23% Mourvedre. Drink from 2024 - 2032

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2019
90
Clos Bellane Urgonien takes its name from the type of limestone in the soil, Urgonien. The vineyard is a tiny 1.14 hectare of vines blending 77% old vine Grenache and 33% Mourvedre. The wine is, fruity, fresh and mineral driven. The salty palate works perfectly with the ripe red fruits and their peppery edge. Give it a few years in the cellar to develop more complexity and to fill out and it should be an even better wine. Drink from 2024 - 2035

Clos Bellane Urgonien takes its name from the type of limestone in the soil, Urgonien. The vineyard is a tiny 1.14 hectare of vines blending 77% old vine Grenache and 33% Mourvedre. The wine is, fruity, fresh and mineral driven. The salty palate works perfectly with the ripe red fruits and their peppery edge. Give it a few years in the cellar to develop more complexity and to fill out and it should be an even better wine. Drink from 2024 - 2035

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