WINE OF THE WEEK: 2014 L’Anglore ’Nulle Part Ailleurs’

AVAILABLE: By the glass at Fitzroy on Friday and Saturday night

This week’s star of the cellar is is 2014 L’Anglore ’Nulle Part Ailleurs’, made with Grenache and Mourvedre grapes.

Made in the southern French village of Tavel, the 2014 L’Anglore ’Nulle Part Ailleurs’ is full of energy, with awesome freshness, shine and fruitiness. The appellation of Tavel is for Rosé wine only; wines from this region are both full-bodied and elegant, with the expressiveness and spice of naturally made wine. They are rich and deeply coloured in the glass and could easily be mistaken for red wines.

L’Anglore is a seven hectare organic vineyard, run by Eric Pfifferling. Born and bred in Tavel, he was originally a bee keeper who sold his grapes to the cooperative until 2002, when he decided to make his own wine. His wines have a legendary quality – it’s not only difficult to find them, but even to find information about them. This is one of Morgy’s favourite producers and we’ve built quite a cellar of back vintages of this wine - we’re lucky to pry this away from his grasps for you lot to enjoy. ’Nulle Part Ailleurs’ translates to ‘nowhere else’, and there’s definitely nowhere else better to drink it than at ours this weekend.

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Daragh Kan