Clos De Trias

Clos de Trias

Côtes du Ventoux Grenache Blend 2013

Funky red fruit and pepper. Very juicy and super interesting to drink. Opened quite nicely with some time in the glass. Yum — 2 months ago

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Domaine de Terrebrune

Terroir de Trias Bandol Mourvedre Rosé 2014

Really amazing with 5yrs age. — 8 months ago

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Clos de Trias

Pied Porcher Côtes du Ventoux Grenache 2007

Manages to feel light and fresh with its rich, ripe body and dark fruit. — 2 years ago

Ignaz Niedrist

Mitterberg Trias Weiss Chardonnay Blend 2013

Beautiful blend of Chardonnay and Pinot blanc. Buttery but never overstated. Yum. — 5 years ago

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Clos de Trias

Vieilles Vigne Côtes du Ventoux Grenache Blend 2012

Structured, detailed, and clean. Cassis, and plumb from the Grenache mixed with pepper cedar notes from the shiraz. Salty character from the terroir. Altitude and cool air from Ventoux giving elegance. Very good — 6 months ago

Rocket RodRacquel N
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Les Vignerons Ardèchois

Ardeche Gres du Trias Viognier 2017

Peach and pear aroma; peach and floral flavours fading into a slightly bitter mineral finish — 10 months ago

Even Bakke

Clos de T Ventoux Red Rhone Blend 2007

This was outstanding for an entry level rhone. Even Bakke’s basic bottling, but singing beautifully at 12yo. In barrel for 6years!! Rich, deep, black and blue fruit but clean and delineated. Again the salt character from the terroir. Beat p/q you will find anywhere. At cellar door at Clos du Trias. — 6 months ago

Rocket RodRacquel N
with Rocket and Racquel

Jean François Mérieau

Cent Visages Touraine Côt 2013

Very good. Earthy with some pleasant funk. Reminded me a little bit of Clos de Trias Ventoux rouge. Took a bottle home as well. — 2 years ago

Domaine de Terrebrune

Bandol Mourvedre Blend Rosé 2014

The perfect companion to a classic summer dish—Salade Niçoise. The
Terrebrune Bandol Rosé is one of the more winsome, elegant rosés I've tasted this year. Primarly composed of Mourvèdre grown in blue Trias limestone soils, it is the minerality that really shines, along with breezy notes of alpine strawberries, raspberries, white peach and Rainier cherries. It is drier and more refined on the palate than the nose belies, with freshness, energy and acidic verve all dancing 'round a pronounced vein of chalk.
— 5 years ago

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