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Les Courtilles (a series of small courtyards) is named after the village winery founded in 1997 by Bernard Schurr. A lifetime working and living in the South of France has built a network of friendships, allowing Bernard access to small parcels of old vines to create the Les Courtilles wines. After much experimentation, Bernard has settled on the South Rhone Valley and it’s two most famous appellations - Chateauneuf du Pape and Cotes du Rhone for Les Courtilles.

50/50 blend of grenache and shiraz. Grown organically. Packaging is, as always immaculate. The packaging is immaculate and so too is the wine. It’s squeaky clean and laden with personality at once. Smoky-reductive notes, herb-infused red-black cherries, a trace of graphite, and both a suppleness to the palate and a crunchiness to the finish. You can sink into it, and you can chew on it. The core of fruit is good but savouriness is where it’s at. Everything here feels authentic. It’s excellent buying/drinking but then, when Fourth Wave is involved, we almost always conclude that. Closure: Screwcap; Price: $27.00; Drink: 2017-2023; Rating: 92 Points; Campbell Mattinson; The Wine Front

Offering fruit richness and seductive savoury nuances, this gorgeous red shows dark berry, plum, warm spice, toasted almond and black olive aromas on the nose, leading to a beautifully weighted and rounded palate that is generous and delicious. Wonderfully expressive and immediately appealing. At its best: now to 2019. Certified organic. Price : $27.00; Rating: 93 Points; Sam Kim; Wine Orbit



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