Les Truffières Syrah

Vin de France

Black colour, deep. Toasted on the nose, slightly spicy with peppery and chocolaty notes. Powerful and smooth at the same time. The palate is well balanced and shows good length.

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A 100% family-owned vineyard, the « Vignobles Courselle» started in 1950, when André Courselle bought Château Thieuley located in the famous France Bordeaux Region and lay the foundation of a great vineyard.

In 1972, his son Francis Courselle, a young engineer and oenology professor, took over the management of Thieuley vineyards. In 30 years, the acreage increased from 4 to 80 hectares spread over three properties : Château Thieuley, Clos Sainte Anne and Château Saint Genes. Marie and Sylvie Courselle, Francis Courselle’s two daughters, inherited from the family passion. Today, they took over the business and the destiny of Thieuley.

Since the vintage 2011, our range enlarges with our two « Vin de France » Les Truffières Chardonnay and Syrah. A new challenge for us ! Indeed, in 2007, we decided to plant those two varieties (forbidden to produce Bordeaux AOC). Just next to Chardonnay and Syrah , Francis Courselle, a great fan of Truffles, planted also more than one hundred truffle-trees, on a soil said to be adapted to them.

Couleur

Red

Millésimes

2011

Appellations

Vin de France

Superficie du vignoble

1,5 ha

Sol

clay-limestone

Encépagement

100% Syrah

Densité de plantation

6,600 vines / ha.

Prix Rang

€€

Conditionnement

Bottle

Black colour, deep. Toasted on the nose, slightly spicy with peppery and chocolaty notes. Powerful and smooth at the same time. The palate is well balanced and shows good length.

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