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Clos de la Roilette (Coudert), Fleurie "Cuvee Christie", 2021

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From younger vines (still 30-40 years old) outside of the original clos vineyard where the other wines are sourced. There's less manganese in these soils. The wine tastes lighter, juicier, and more classically 'Fleurie' than the others. Great to drink today.


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Professional Reviews

Robert Parker

RP 91
"The 2021 Fleurie from Clos de la Roilette is drinking well out of the gates, offering up pretty aromas of spiced plums, petals and orange rind, followed by a medium-bodied, supple and melting palate. Fleshy and fine-boned, it's a pretty, demonstrative wine that will show at its best young. It's bottled under Nomacorc."

What importer Bowler Wine has to say about this wine...

100% Gamay. "Cuvée Christie" is an exception among Roilette estate wines in a few ways. It is the newest bottling, the first vintage having been in 1999. The vines are "young" for Roilette, mainly in the 30-40-year range. They are not part of the original Clos de la Roilette vineyard and thus, more crucially, have more typical Fleurie soils vs. the Roilette's, with more granite than clay or manganese. Because these two parcels are outside the Clos, the label is different as well, featuring the Coudert family name instead of "Clos de la Roilette". The wine's name originally was "Christal", a playful combination of Alain Coudert's kids' names (Alexis + Christie); it changed to today's "Cuvéee Christie" after a well-known Champagne house sued over the use of "Christal".


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    Light Bodied

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