Sablet Red

The Roux Family acquired the Château du Trignon in 1896. Back then it was a traditional Provençal farm of the time, with mixed and livestock farming. Since then 5 generations have refocused the farm on the vine and expanded the estate; a qualitative approach is also underway.
In 2006, the familly Quiot charmed by the Dentelles de Montmirail, wish to perpetuate Château du Trignon.


2 terroirs : alluvial terraces : -with rolled pebbles -sandy with little limestone (white saphire glass)
Total de-stemming, Vatting time : 20 days, Matured in vats and "foudres" Total de-stemming, Vatting time : 20 days,
Matured in vats and "foudres"
Grenache - 歌海娜
Mourvèdre - 慕合怀特


Tasting notes
Deep purplish-red, liquorice, dark berries, bay and fine spices. Smooth and suave on the palate, then full and structured with harmonious tanins.
Food pairings
Grilled red meat or duck


"DEUTSCHLAND: Jahrgang 2012: Vier Jahre Ausbau, zum Teil im grossen Holzfass, verleihen dem rubinroten Sablet ein Bukett von Backobst, roten Beeren in Alkohol and Leder. Am Gaumen rund, reif, kernige Tannine und lang" [+]
"CANADA: Vintage 2011
... un bouquet complexe (cuir, tabac, etc.), relevé par des notes épicées dites de garrigue...
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very good
"millésime 2010
The 2010 Château du Trignon Côtes du Rhöne Villages Sablet is a blend Grenache and Mourvedre that was still in tank at the time of tasting. Showing quality, traditional aromas of licorice, garrigue, pepper, and spice, as well as a medium-bodied, supple texture and a clean finish, this solid effort opens up in the glass, has plenty of character, and will shine for 4-5years.
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"vintage 2010" [+]
"vintage 2010
pretty red fruits, elegant open note, really accessible depth
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"UK: Vintage 2011" [+]
"UK - Vintage 2011 -
Plenty of dark fruit here with a hint of spice. the palate is both youthful and complete, though lacks a bit of charm.
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