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Domaine Combier is based on the plateau of La Roche de Glun, its vines located at the foot of the hill of Hermitage. The Combiers came to Pont de l’Isère 1962 and concentrated on growing fruit and apricots. It became clear that some of their land was adjacent to that of a young vigneron by the name of Alain Graillot. The transition to vines has been wholly successful and Laurent’s wines are now considered every bit as good as those of his great friend next door. Their top wine Crozes-Hermitage, Les Grives comes from the 1952 plot of the Clos des Grives: ten hectares of almost perfect Syrah.
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Bottle 6 x 75cl
Until 2nd September this product is discounted by 20 percent. Price shown includes saving.*
Cleverly named and relatively new to the Combier canon, Cap Nord is sourced from plots in the north of the appellation, in Gervans to be precise, where the soil is dominated by loess and gneiss. The aspect has a northerly inclination too, affording a certain rigour to the wine. This has marked peppery acidity, which nonetheless defers to the dark fruit, and then a powerful, eloquent finish more normally associated with near neighbours on the hill of Hermitage itself. Drink now to 2023. Simon Field MW, Wine Buyer *Discount is already applied to the single-bottle price and no further discount will be applied at checkout.
Bottle 6 x 75cl