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  • Côte-Rotie Fortis Monteillet 2017 Côte-Rotie Fortis Monteillet 2017

Fortis 2017 - Monteillet - Montez - Côte-Rôtie AOP

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Cuvee informations :
Color : Red
Cuvee's name : Fortis
Vintage : 2017
Producer : Monteillet - Montez
Appellation : Côte-Rôtie AOP
Grape varieties : 92% de syrah et 8% de Viognier
Capacity : 75 cl bottle

Details

A Côte-Rôtie of very high level! Dark Ruby-colored wine. On the nose we have intense red fruit (blackcurrant) perfumes, vanilla, and roasted notes. The mouth is of great finesse, the tannins are well rounded and melted. Long and silky finish.

This wine takes its name from "Fortis fortuna fortior": lucky strengthens valour. This was the motto of the owner of the field in the 17th century, Marshal of France of Louis XIV.

'Fortis': valiant, courageous, strong, strong, strong...

Vigorous, the vines of Viognier and Syrah, pushing on granitic soils poor, arid and rocky.

Brave, growers who work still manually.

This wine comes from the hills of blondes land of gneiss, South of Ampuis.
This terroir allows power and minerality of the Syrah to agree perfectly with the fruit and roundness of the viognier.

Food and wine:

Calf in the figs, Mallard, net of bobbin to mushrooms, deer, magret of duck... and cheese...

Additional Information

Product reference 4077
Type of products Wines
Vintage 2017
Country France
Region Vallée du Rhône
Appellation Côte-Rôtie AOP
Cuvee's name Fortis
Title supplement No
Speciality No
Stock information No
Producer Monteillet - Montez
Capacity 75 cl bottle
Sweetness index No
Main style No
Alcohol Percent 13.5
Grape varieties 92% de syrah et 8% de Viognier
Main grape variety Syrah
Production limitée No
Box type 6
Box type Cardboard
Organic wines No
Color Red
Consumption recommendation 2019 - 2027