Faury Saint Joseph Rouge (750ml)

  • Country


  • Region


  • Sub-Region

    Saint Joseph

  • Size


  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Grape


  • Food Pairing

    GameRed MeatWarm Vegetable Dishes

Domaine Faury is one of the region’s most artisanal producers. When Philippe Faury took over the domaine in 1979, the family was selling wine, peaches and cherries, and the bulk of their clientele was local. Over the years, Philippe expanded their holdings to over eleven hectares, and expanded sales to an international client base. In addition, he has shared his savoir faire with his son, Lionel. Unlike many other vignerons in the region, the Faurys have a strong aversion to new oak. Faury crafts exceptional wines from one of the Northern Cote du Rhone’s most artisinal producers. The grapes are grown on predominantly granite soils and undergo partial de-stemming, soft crushing and temperature controlled fermentation to assure a fresh and lively wine style. The wines are unfined and lightly filtered just before bottling which ensures maximum flavour and elegance.

Tasting Notes

Deep dark aromas and a palate brimming of black olive, blackberry and a hint of white pepper.  Well structured with ripe fruit and savory notes on a long finish.  


The Syrah vines for the Saint Joseph are located around the domaine, planted on steep slopes (up to 35%) facing south, south-east. Hand harvested and 60 to 70% of grapes are de-stemmed. Fermentation lasts 15 to 20 days abd reg wine ages for 12 months in foudres (24 – 35 hl), demi-muids (600-L), barrels (228-L); only 10% new oak is used in the rotation of barrels.

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