Benjamin Darnault Caramany La Repasse 2015

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by Benjamin Darnault

96%
of 68
would buy again
96%
of 68
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Vintage

% Would Buy It Again

2015

96% of 68

2014

91% of 523

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Rustic French red packed with endless, sumptuous layers

    • ‘Repasse’ is an old winemaking technique that introduces freshly harvested grape skins into year-old wine. The process of adding (or "repassing") new fruit introduces vibrancy and flavor to this already rich and juicy red.
    • Ben's brand-new wine for Angels is sourced in the southern Languedoc-Roussillon, harvested from the highest mountain vineyard in Caramany.
    • Grab a bottle of this mountaintop red and appease your inner chef with a veggie-filled bowl of rustic Ratatouille – courtesy of Ben's food blogging, France-loving wife!

Aging advice
Ready to drink now - or can age up to two years.

Serving advice
Decant it and serve at 60ºF.

Local food match
Seared duck and ratatouille! My wife has written a recipe here: https://thevigneronswife.wordpress.com/2011/09/16/its-time-for-ratatouille-have-i-got-the-spelling-right/