Romain le Bars Pousse Cailloux Magnum
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Region: Rhone Valley, France
Grape varieties: Grenache and Syrah
Romain Le Bars Pousse Cailloux Magnum is a carbonic Rhone blend that tastes a lot like Cru Beaujolais. Chillable and deliciously fruity.
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About Romain Le Bars Pousse Cailloux Magnum
Romain Le Bars Pousse Cailloux Magnum is a carbonic Rhone-style blend that tastes a lot like Cru Beaujolais. Chillable and deliciously fruity. Punchy fresh fruit with a savory undertone, crunchy and energetic, playful, oh la la. Incredibly bright, with ripe dark fruit that reminds us of fruit tingles, fine tannins, smoky flinty licks, fluid and free. As it warms and opens it becomes like a spring garden, with some licorice and molasses notes, cinnamon, cola spice, and sweet leaf. A long long mineral core, lingering and pure.
About Romain Le Bars
Romain Le Bars is part of a band of young vignerons (Valentin Valles, Sébastien Chatillon, Gregory Guillaume, and Charles Soulier) who are putting the deep southern Rhône/Gard on the natural wine map in a significant way. Romain works a minuscule 1.50-hectare vineyard and had his first harvest in 2018. Before bottling his first vintage, he spent 7 years working for Tavel legend Eric Pfifferling (Domain L’Anglore) and that influence is evident in the glass! The wines are mostly blends of Grenache and Syrah, vinified in used wood barrels, that are either carbonically macerated or direct press. These are light, zero-zero wines made in the same spirit as his former employer. In other words, light in color and powerful in expression! Romain is certainly a name to pay attention to as these tiny production wines have garnered an immediate following!