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Domaine Serguier Lirac 2019  - Invino

Domaine Serguier Lirac 2019

Red Blends  |  France

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Lirac is an underrated appellation. But we’re here to extol its virtues here and now, to let you know that it is one of the Rhone’s great appellations, and perhaps the best value for CdP-like fabulosity, like this Domaien Serguier 2019. For 43% off, a CdP double from just across the river can be yours for just under $18! That’s completely nuts, y’all, but we’re here for it! We’ve already got our bottles and we left a few for you. Thank us later.

Lirac is part of the Cote-du-Rhone appellation, on the western side of the Rhone river. Using standard Southern Rhone red varieties like syrah, mourvedre, cinsault, and grenache. This 50% syrah, 50% grenache from 50-year-old vines a stone’s throw over the river from Chateauneuf-du-Pape, has so much of what we love in CdP wines – singing with pure strawberry ganache, kirsch, sweet herbs, and succulent, silky texture. It’s luscious and absolutely stunning – and the cost to you is grossly underpriced. We hope we don’t get into any trouble for offering it to you for such a steal. Fingers crossed!

Invino clients may know the wonderful Cotes-du-Rhones and Chateauneuf-du-Papes we direct-import from Domaine Serguier (owned by the warm, funny, kind, and talented Daniel Nury and his wife, Aurélie) from their cellar, directly beneath the ancient town of Chateauneuf. Their holdings in Lirac, part of the Cotes du Rhone appellation, are about 10 miles northwest of Avignon. $18 for wines of this quality is rare for any region, but if you like big, bold, and smooth-sipping reds – this is a gorgeous, true expression of the Rhone terroir, to show the majesty of the Lirac region. This is a must-have for all your summer sipping needs (and fall, winter, and beyond too!)

About the Producer

Domaine Serguier emerged in the late 19th century under the direction of Hippolyte Serguier. Today Daniel Nury and his wife Aurélie represent the fourth generation of the winery. They manage things from their intimate tasting room in the center of Chateauneuf, which is connected to a small, hollowed out cave where the upcoming vintages are racked and vinified under Daniel's meticulous supervision.When Daniel took over in 1993 they were still providing fruit to Pierre Usseglio, and it wasn't until their contract ended that he started using fruit from their 7.2 hectares in Chateauneuf to produce their own wine. Most of the grapes are destemmed and then aged in a combination of mostly used French oak and around 30% new French oak.

  • Blend50% Grenache and 50% Syrah
  • WinemakerDaniel Nury
  • CountryFrance
  • RegionRhone Valley
  • AppellationLirac
  • Alcohol14.5%