Château de Campuget 1753 Syrah 2020


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Rhone, France


Evidence of Campuget’s history is dated back to 1753 by a document found in the winery after the Dalle Family took over. Current owner Franklin’s Grandfather was the first of the Dalle family to own Campuget after a doctor encouraged him to move to the south of France after sustaining an injury from the war to help with his recovery. Coming from the brewing world, the Dalle family were the only other owners of Campuget in more than 300 years!

Campuget are located in Nimes. In the ‘Magic Triangle’ The winery is located in Languedoc for tax purposes, in Provence for French Tourism, and vineyards located within Rhone’s Costieres de Nimes. A region formerly Languedoc but given the wines more resemble Rhone it was declared and now administrated by The Rhone Wine Administration.


Food pairing
Roasted and grilled red meats

Tasting Profile

Classic Syrah nose with a very intense fruit-driven character, this classy wine shows notes of liquorice and violet complemented by a hint of dark chocolate.
Rich black fruits are enveloped by a smooth and velvety texture through to a lovely fresh finish.

Château de Campuget 1753 Syrah 2020

Château de Campuget 1753 Syrah 2020

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