Domaine Sol Payré Vertigo 2018 · Buy it for £16.70 at Vinissimus
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Domaine Sol Payré Vertigo 2018

Domaine Sol Payré Vertigo

2018
Sun, wind and terroir

£16.70

/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.0%

The wine

Domaine Sol Payré Vertigo is a wine produced in the Côtes Catalanes appellation, a land of traditions and contrasts where intense sunlight and the Tramuntana northern wind rule against the backdrop of the majestic Pyrenees mountains.  Clay loam soils in vineyards currently undergoing a conversion to organic agricultural methods are home to top quality vines. Vertigo is made with the least possible intervention and ages for 12 months in stainless steel tanks.

What does this wine taste like?

A wonderful blend of Grenache (70%) and Syrah, Vertigo displays a claret colour with gentle red-tile coloured glints. It opens up timidly in the nose, with aromas of ripe fruit dominated by prunes. Honest and rounded in the mouth, its smooth tannins ensure it is a wine ready for enjoying straight away although its concentration also means it has a promising potential for laying down for up to 8 years.

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Ruby red
Bouquet
Ripe black fruit / Cherry liqueur / Pepper
Mouth
Full / Silky tannins / Fresh / Rounded / Balanced

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Food pairing

Ox fillet / Veal stew / Red meats

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Winemaking

Vinification materialStainless steel
Ageing period12 months

Vineyards

ClimateMediterranean

The winery

Domaine Sol Payré

Domaine Sol Payré

Domaine Sol Payré has a long winemaking history dating back to 1903, when Gustave Payré acquired the first 10 hectares of the winery's vineyards in the town of Elna, among the Pyrénées-Orientales hillsides, the southernmost vine-growing region in Languedoc-Roussillon. A century later, the firm is still run by the Payré family with the fourth and fifth generation currently at the helm.  The Domaine now owns 60 hectares...

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