Cave de Tain Crozes-Hermitage Rouge ‘Haut du Fief’-Wineseeker
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$49.50

Cave de Tain Crozes-Hermitage Rouge ‘Haut du Fief’

Velvety oaked Syrah with full flavour from northern Rhone valley

Tasting Note

100% Syrah

Crozes-Hermitage AOC

The Crozes Hermitage appellation is around 1300 hectares in total size, varying from flat clay soils to steep granite terraces. The 'Haut du Fief' comes from the best steep terraces that Cave de Tain can lay hands to, where the superior aspect to the sun and free draining granite makes for intense and satisfying wines. 

Inky dark purple, almost black at the core. Aromas of blackberry, black olive, cumin and cedar. Very smooth on the palate with fine grained tannins, drinking nicely now but will age happily another 2-4+ years. 

Order a case of 6 bottles & get a classy wooden wine box for free!

Region
  • France
  • France - Rhone
Style
  • Red Wine
Varietal
  • Syrah / Shiraz

Shipping Options / Costs

Free shipping for orders over $150, otherwise

Shipping Option Per Box  Cost
Pick up in store All Free
Ship to: Local Wellington Region (*) Up to 12 bottles $2.50
Ship to: Rest of New Zealand Up to 12 bottles $6.00
Ship to: Rural Deliveries Up to 12 bottles Add + $4.50
Ship to: Waiheke Island Up to 12 bottles Add + $12.00
(*) Local Wellington includes Wellington City, Hutt City and Porirua City. 

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Cave de Tain is a Co-Operative producer based in the town of Tain L’Hermitage – the wine centre of the Northern Rhone Region, and based at the foot of the infamous ‘Hermitage’ hill.  Cave de Tain is the largest producer of AOC quality Syrah in Europe, formed in 1933 to combine the strengths of dozens of individual growers in the region.  

About Cave de Tain

Cave de Tain is a Co-Operative producer based in the town of Tain L’Hermitage – the wine centre of the Northern Rhone Region, and based at the foot of the infamous ‘Hermitage’ hill.  Cave de Tain is the largest producer of AOC quality Syrah in Europe, formed in 1933 to combine the strengths of dozens of individual growers in the region.