Weekend Wine: Les Halos de Jupiter 2015 Côtes du Rhône

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Les Halos de Jupiter 2015 Côtes du Rhône

Weekend Wine Selection

Les Halos de Jupiter is the personal project of French master oenologist Philippe Cambie, who provides his expert touch to a number of famous Rhône labels.

Tasting & Pairing Notes

This red is a delicious blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre with aromas and flavours of dark juicy fruits, herbs, spice and light minerality.

Les Halos de Jupiter 2015 Côtes du RhôneIt gets better with time, so you can savour it after cellaring for three to five years, or pop it open while you’re cooking a roasted meat supper and by the time you’ve sat down with your plate it will be ready to embrace.

It has a plush, full texture from its time in French oak, but it’s still plummey, pruney, and juicy with a long-lasting finish. Pair with roast lamb, steak, or a juicy burger.

Where to Buy

The Les Halos de Jupiter 2015 Côtes du Rhône is available widely at over 100 BC Liquor Stores for $22.99. Enjoy now or cellar three to five years.

Please enjoy responsibly. Must be 19+.

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  1. JimMonday, December 11th, 2017 — 7:29pm PST

    This wine is delicious. Smooth. Well-balanced with lots of flavour. Contrary to the above review, the bottle says it is 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah. No Mouvedre3.

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