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Red Wine / France / Savoie-Bugey / Isère IGP / 13 % vol / 100% Persan
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 20 Savoie-Bugey

PERSAN 2019 - DOMAINE DES RUTISSONS

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Savoie-Bugey / Isère IGP / 13 % vol / 100% Persan

EU organic farming
18.0/20
Verified taster: Jules B. 03/10/2022 Wine expert

Beautiful aromas of red and black fruits, a superb depth, and a very beautiful persistence which will accompany wonderfully many dishes!more reviews

Succumb to the charms of a grape variety that has been "forgotten" for too long! Persian offers powerful, balanced, fragrant and tasty wines, you be the judge!
A grape variety that used to be planted mainly in the Maurienne and Grésivaudan regions, it is one of those rare grape varieties among which some valiant winegrowers are trying to give it a second wind. A close relative of Etraire de la D'huy, it gives the wine a beautiful power, a great richness and a superb acidity that is perfectly controlled. Made in the superb Grésivaudan valley in Savoie, it is a wine that will go wonderfully with game or red meat.
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PERSAN 2019 - DOMAINE DES RUTISSONS
  Wine type
Organic Wine
  Vintage
2019
  Grape Variety
100% Persan
  Bio
EU organic farming
  Character
Elegant and racy red wine
  Style
Fruity
  Storage instructions
To drink now
  To drink until
2032
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Starter, Deli meats, Red meat, White meat, Poultry, Mushroom, Barbecue, Worldwide Dishes, Cheese


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18.0/20
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18.0/20
Verified taster: 03/10/2022 Wine expert

Beautiful aromas of red and black fruits, a superb depth, and a very beautiful persistence which will accompany wonderfully many dishes!

DOMAINE DES RUTISSONS

The Domaine, located in St Vincent de Mercuze, has borrowed its name from the inhabitants of the village: indeed, they are called the Rutissons.The Grésivaudan valley, and in particular the slopes of the right bank, have always been home to vine growing. At its peak, wine production could reach 100,000 hl. The commune of St Vincent de Mercuze was home to one of these wine cellars, and the presence of the vine is anchored in its history. Thus, in the communal archives, from 1780 onwards, the notion of a harvest ban appears. Then, in the communal archives of 3 July 1786, there is mention of "... carts and wagons going up to the neighbouring vineyards..." Finally, isn't St Vincent the patron saint of winegrowers?

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