Type: Red Wine
Country: France
Region: Rhône Valley
Code: COTE195
An affordable Rhone, La Deveze is a blend of Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Mourvèdre and Cinsault from 35-year old vines planted parcel of land split between the villages of Uchaux and on a 20-hectare Mondragon.

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André Farjon is the proud owner of vineyards in two different Rhône Villages: Massif d'Uchaux and east of the stream the 'Aigues': Cairanne, they also have some plots where they produce Côtes du Rhône. André's son Benjamin and his good friend Dimitri Théodosiou (from Visan) have now taken over many of his father's tasks and now run the company. The history of the Farjon family begins in 1720 during the Great Plague of Marseille. The Farjon family fled the city before the epidemic and settled in the hills of Uchaux, in the northern Vaucluse. The small colony quickly expanded into a small village, which is still called Uchaux-les-Farjon. The soil varies from clay and slate on the slopes of the M...
The Côtes du Rhône La Devèze blends Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Carignan to produce a rich, and moreish wine. On the nose black cherry and ripe plum. When tasting, the fruit is balanced with subtle minerality as well as underlying notes of lavender and rosemary. Medium-full bodied; full of vitality.
Drink with roasted aubergine or a rack of lamb
Winemaker Andre Farjon has 50 hectares of vines that he started farming biodynamically in 2008 and are now certified organic. The grapes are sourced from clay and limestone slopes around the town of Uchaux, as well as the gravel and clay soils on the flatter areas around Cairanne, giving Farjon a range of terroirs with which to work.

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