Villages People Mixed Case Offer
Superior 'Côtes' from the Rhône, Roussillon and Burgundy.
There is rationale behind this case, as well as an unmissable opportunity to squeeze in a vaguely humourous reference to the legendary Greenwich Village 70s disco ensemble. Villages status is conferred on wines that sit above the generic 'Côtes du...' level. They are from better situated (normally steeper) vineyards and are subject to more stringent appellation regulations than their regular Côtes brethren. The two whites are from family domaines with centuries of experience in the Rhône and Beaujolais, while the three smart reds (Burgundy and the Roussillon, twice) are produced by world-renowned wine-makers.
This mixed case contains three bottles each of:
Côtes du Rhône Villages Sablet: Domaine Saint Gayan 2016
Beaujolais Villages: Arnaud Aucoeur 'Vieilles Vignes' Blanc 2018
In addition, two bottles each of:
Côte de Nuits-Villages: Frédéric Magnien 'Croix Violette' 2017
Côtes du Roussillon Villages: Domaine du Clos des Fées 'Vieilles Vignes' Rouge 2017
Côtes du Roussillon Villages: Agly Brothers 2018