L’Anglore Les Traverses
A natural and very fruity red that Vogue considers an essential
Style L’Anglore Les Traverses 2020
Characteristics L’Anglore Les Traverses
The French edition of Vogue recommends trying this wine. In fact, the legendary style magazine says you should enjoy a glass of this wine at La Cave Paul Bert, a micro cave a vin (which is what they call wineries in France), at number 16, Rue Paul Bert, Paris.
We’re talking about L’Anglore Les Traverses, a red made in the A.O.C. Tavel, in southeastern France. Behind this project is winemaker Eric Pfiffierling, who makes this wine with the help of his family at the Domaine l'Anglor, on the right bank of the Rhône.
The opulent flavour of L'Anglore Les Traverses, which comes from its completely natural and chemical-free production process, has earned it a mention in most French food reviews as the best accompaniment to meals and appetisers. For example, it is the perfect pairing for roasted Prince de Paris with honey or boiled eggs with mayonnaise and pieces of truffle.
The grapes used to make L’Anglore Les Traverses are manually harvested from selected old vines aged 50 to 100 years old. Production continues with a two-phase aging process: the first in steel tanks (for a year), and the second in demi muids, (for 18 months). Finally the wine is bottled without filtering or clarifying.
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Tasting notes L’Anglore Les Traverses
L'Anglore Les Traverses 2019 is a juicy wine, made with Syrah and Garnacha Tinta. On the nose, notes of roses and strawberries predominate. On the palate it is fruity, with plenty of red fruits. Long finish.