Collection: Rhône

Weygandt imports from the Rhône Valley.
79 products
  • Domaine Alary La Grange Daniel Rouge 2019
    $13.00

    Red wine. Southern Rhône, France. Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Counoise, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot. Organic. From clay soils at the foot of the plateau of scrubland in Cairanne, grapes are exclusively harvested by hand at low yields, with sorting in the vineyard and another sort at the entrance to the cellar. The nose is very open, red fruit and mild spices (white pepper) with notes of garrigue, persistent aromas of bay leaf and rosemary. The soft palate is round.

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  • Domaine les Ondines Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu 2017
    $17.00

    Red wine. Rhône Valley, France. Sustainable. Grenache, Syrah. Deep ruby-red. Ripe red fruit on the nose, with accents of white pepper and herbs. Sappy and expansive on the palate, with easy-going flavors of cherry and raspberry alongside a suggestion of smoke. Tenacious finish featuring round tannins and soft red fruit.

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  • Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cotes-du-Rhone Plan Dieu Cuvee Galets 2017
    $19.00

    The 2017 Côtes du Rhône Villages Plan De Dieu Cuvée des Galets (60% Grenache and 20% each of Syrah and Mourvèdre brought up in concrete) looks to be outstanding, with a deep, rich, concentrated style. Blackberries, black cherries, garrigue, and dried earth notes all flow to a full-bodied, deep, rich, powerful Côtes du Rhône. 90-92 points Jeb Dunnuck

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  • Domaine Grande Bellane Cotes-du-Rhone Valreas 2018
    $15.00

    Red wine. Rhône Valley, France. Organic. 50% Grenache, 50% Syrah. A wonderfully rich, spicy full bodied red wine with delightful aromas of nutmeg, cinnamon and wild herbs from grapes grown at one of the highest elevations in the Southern Rhône—400 meters.

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  • Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cotes-du-Rhone Villages Rasteau '1921' 2016
    $29.00
    Red wine. Southern Rhône, France. 92% Grenache, 7% Mourvèdre, 1% Carignan. Biodynamic. "I suspect the 2016 Rasteau Cuvee 1921 is the finest wine to date from this estate; it’s unquestionably one of the finest Rasteau I’ve tasted. Flat-out stunning notes of spring flowers, orange blossom, violets, and blueberries all emerge from this full-bodied effort that has ample power and richness, yet beautiful elegance and purity at the same time. It’s going to benefit from a year or two of cellaring and keep for a decade." — 95 Points, Jeb Dunnuck (May 2019)
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  • Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cotes-du-Rhone Rosé 2019
    $15.00

    Rosé wine. Rhone Valley, France. Biodynamic. 50% Grenache, 40% Cinsault, 7% Mourvèdre, 3% Counoise. Ripe red berries, orange zest and a subtle floral quality on the fragrant nose. Broad, fleshy and dry, displaying good, spicy lift to the raspberry, cherry and blood orange flavors. Smoothly plays richness off delicacy and finishes with solid thrust and lingering red fruit character.

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  • Domaine Les Grands Bois Côtes du Rhône Cuvée Les 3 Soeurs 2018
    $15.00

    Red wine. Southern Rhône, France. Organic. 60% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 10% Carignan. The Côtes du Rhône Cuvee les Trois Sœurs is a year in, year out value that’s a no-brainer. Notes of black raspberries, cassis and spice all emerge from this medium to full-bodied, charming, elegant and polished red that has no hard edges and a supple finish. It’s perfect for drinking over the coming 4-5 years.

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  • Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cotes-du-Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu Vieilles Vignes 2016
    $25.00
    Red wine. Southern Rhône, France. 80% Grenache, 20% Mourvèdre. Biodynamic. "An 80/20 blend of Grenache and Mourvèdre from vines over 60 years of age, the 2016 Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu Vieilles Vignes is so promising from tank. It's dark fruited, tight and reserved on the nose but explodes on the palate with power, combining high alcohol, high extract and ample acidity. It should be exciting when it's released and drink well for 5-7 years." — 91-93 Points, Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate (Nov. 2017)
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