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Domaine des Ardoisières - IGP Vin des Allobroges - Argile Rouge - 2022


Country / Region: Savoie

Vintage: 2022

Name: IGP Vin des Allobroges

Grape variety: 65% Gamay, 25% Mondeuse noire & 10%Persan

Alcohol: 11.5 vol.

Color: Red

Capacity: 75 cl


Estate rated 2 stars in the Guide Des Meilleurs Vins de France 2024 (RVF)
Wine rated 92/100 by our Committee!

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With its rich flavors of fruit, the 2022 red IGP Vin des Allobroges Argile reveals itself completely unadorned, with abundant notes of blackcurrant and wild blueberry, as well as a touch of violet and sage. In a precise style, it is very greedy, the fruit is crunchy, with little tannin, it is a work of pure pleasure that will pair wonderfully with red meat or artisanal charcuterie. Decant half an hour before serving slightly chilled. Rated 92/100 by the Committee.


Hand-harvested, aged 9 months in vats. Production 12,000 bottles/year.
Wine in organic conversion


Intense, brilliant red with vermilion highlights.


Abundant fragrances of blackcurrant and blueberry, punctuated by hints of violet and sage.


Luscious and precise, this wine releases a juice of pure pleasure, sapid and low in tannin.


Serve between 14 and 16°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Artisanal charcuterie, roast duck, leg or lamb chops, Noir de Bigorre pork chop, shallot bavette, veal shank or beef confit, Bresse pigeon with cracked pepper.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2028, and beyond for enthusiasts.

Originally from Champagne, Brice Omont cultivates 16 hectares of biodynamic vines on two hillsides at the entrance to the Tarentaise region at Domaine des Ardoisières. The unspoilt, steep-sided landscapes are absolutely worth seeing, and the work carried out here is Dantesque and commands respect. In the space of two decades, Brice Omont has succeeded in elevating his estate to the summit of Savoie, making it an enviable singularity, and his success extends far beyond the Alps...

The wines are full-bodied and ripe, propelled by skilfully measured ageing, with little wood showing through and blending perfectly with the aging process. These wines are prized by connoisseurs, and their price is skyrocketing: you have to taste them at least once.