Cornas Granit 60 2020, Vincent Paris

Cornas Granit 60 2020, Vincent Paris

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Violets and cherries fill the nose with a touch of classic liquorice that follows through to the palate of black fruit and spice with amazing concentration and silky tannins. A persistent finish. Will have a lengthy ageing window. 

From three vineyards with up to 90 year old vines and higher up the slope (approx 60 degrees). 50% de-stemmed, hand plunged and then aged 12-14 months in older oak. A light fining and no filtration before bottling. The defining characteristic of Vincent's style is non oxidative handling, particularly during barrel maturation of up to 12 months.

Vincent Paris inherited his magnificent vineyards, primarily in Cornas but a little in St Joseph too, from his grandfather. He was also blessed with 30-60 year old Syrah which he purchased from his famous uncle, Robert Michel, who is regarded as one of the finest growers in southern France. After working at the former J.L. Grippat estate and with Laurent Courbis, Vincent established his own domaine in 1997. Vincent worked closely with his uncle Robert for his first couple of vintages before breaking out on his own. The experience of working side by side with Robert Michel has proven to be tremendously influential in crafting Vincent's approach to winemaking and his respect for the vine.

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