Domaine Bott - Crozes-Hermitage Rouge (2019), 750ml
Domain Bott’s 2019 Crozes-Hermitage Rouge is a truly elevated experience. Ruby red with woody licorice tones, this is a dinner party classic.
- Origins: Crozes-Hermitage
- Varietal: Northern Rhône Crozes-Hermitage
- Grape: Syrah
- Vintage: 2019
- Vineyard: Crozes-Hermitage
- Alcohol Content: 13%
- Character: Intense, rich, stone fruits, cedar.
- Pairing: Garlic, Mushrooms, Olives.
Tall, dark, and handsome, Domaine Bott’s 2019 Crozes-Hermitage Rouge is a thing of splendor. Hints of purple plum develop into a delectable licorice mouthfeel with undertones of laurel and caramel. A long-lasting peppery finish leaves legs you wouldn’t forget.
A sophisticated bottle with silky soft tannins and a vanilla finish that leaves you wanting more. Full of body, full of mystique, this is the gift that keeps on giving. Buy an extra bottle and keep her in your wine cellar for a stellar surprise that only ages more and more gracefully with time. Aged for ten months in a French oak barrel, attention to detail will expose the immense hard work that goes into each and every bottle of Graeme and Julie’s Domaine Bott’s wines.
The pair met while working on a vineyard in Rhone, and as their love blossomed, so did their inspiration to bind their passion for winemaking and buy their own vineyard in the region. Hard work and dedication go into each and every moment in this true labor of love, and nowhere does it show more clearly than in their Crozes-Hermitage Rouge.
100% Syrah Grapes Contains sulfites
Frequently Asked Questions
What food should I pair the Domain Bott Crozes-Hermitage Rouge with?
For a congruent wine pairing, choose a slow-cooked tomato-based dish with smokey aubergine that will compliment the intensity of this red wine perfectly. If you prefer a contrasting dish, go for pan sauteed garlic and mushrooms muttered with a generous handful of dill. The buttery nuttiness of the mushrooms and herby dill act as a perfect stage for this bold bottle. Alternatively, serve before dinner alongside salted nuts and marinated olives for a pre-dinner tastebud tickler.