Delas Freres was founded in 1835 in the Rhone region by Phillipe Delas and Charles Audibert and since then has built a reputation for producing premium quality wines. There are 30 hectares of vines grown on the estate including 10 in the world famous Hermitage Hill.
Working organically since 2013 (but not certified), the most recent vintages have caught press attention for their complexity and intense flavour. The wines are rightly acclaimed as some of the best value and most refined in the entire region.
Cote Rotie is a highly acclaimed red wine appellation found at the most northern point of the Rhone Valley. Made with Syrah, they are famed for their elegance, structure and complex aromas.
The Delas Seigneur de Maugrion grapes are all picked by hand. The wine is aged for 16 months in oak before bottling. The resulting flavour is intense and deep rich black fruits with lots of spice and good tannin which will keep this drinking well for + 15 years.
Size: 75cl Bottle
Region: Northern Rhone
Grape Variety: Picpoul de Pinet
Brand Name: Chateau de la Mirande