From: Saint-Joseph, Northern Rhone, France
Taste & Critical Acclaim: 90-92 pt Wine Advocate.
Voge’s 2020 Saint Joseph Les Cotes—from a parcel in Mauves—came across as slightly exotic in the blind-tasting lineup, with hints of violets, licorice and stone fruit. Maturing in older barriques, it's medium to full-bodied and supple on the palate, with an attractive softness that lingers on the finish.
Pairing: Filet mignon, grilled meats, lamb chops (check out Melissa Clark’s Pomegranate-Glazed Lamb Meatballs for a delicious and easy 20-minute weeknight pairing), grilled mushrooms, cassoulet, andouillette, sausages & pots, duck in pastry, and eggplant dishes. Lean in on Mediterranean, Provençal, and North African spices & you’ll be in good shape!
This wine. ”The Domain Alain Voge has produced Saint-Joseph wines for ten years or so. From the 2015 vintage, our Saint-Joseph takes the name of the locality where it is grown: Les Côtes. This terroir has enormous potential and it is gradually revealing its expression as the vines mature. The average age of the vines in 2017 is 12 years old.”
Terroir. A very steep granite slope facing South in the “showcase slopes” of Mauves, to the South of the Saint-Joseph appellation.
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