Laurent Veyrat Crozes Hermitage l'ivresse des Voleyses
Domaine Laurent Veyrat
France - Rhone Valley - Crozes-Hermitage AOC

Grown in the village of Chanos-Curson the Syrah grapes come from 35- 45 year-old vines planted in soil consisting of limestone, clay with many pebbles.

Beautiful volume with a concentration of complex aromas rich in mineral and floral notes, along with fine and vibrant tannins. Notes of spices as well as ripe fruits that dominate the profile of this 100% Syrah vintage.

Crozes-Hermitage AOC
Wine Type
100% Syrah
Age of vines
Between 35 and 45 years old
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
porous granite, clay, limestone and loess
Vinification takes place in thermo-regulated raw concrete tanks and ovum’s using a gravity flow system giving wines a true fruit character without any influence. Only indigenous yeasts are used, and each terroir is vinified separately and assembled into a cuvee. A long, slow, cool, alcoholic fermentation takes place over the course of 28 days during which the cap is punched once or twice daily.
Aged in French Oak barrels for 24 months.
Light fining and filtration before bottling.
667 (9-liter cases)

Lamb chops

Reviews and News

2020 Laurent Veyrat Crozes-Hermitage L’Ivresse Des Voleyses - 91-93 PTS - JD

2020 Laurent Veyrat Crozes-Hermitage L’Ivresse Des Voleyses - 91-93 PTS - JD

jeb dunnuck logo 250"Slightly more expensive, the 2020 Crozes-Hermitage L’Ivresse Des Voleyses is similarly purple-hued and has a great nose of ripe red and blue fruits interwoven with plenty of pepper, flowery incense, and spicy nuances. It’s pure, meduim-bodied, and beautifully balanced, with integrated acidity and outstanding length. It’s very much in the style of this classic, balanced vintage and is going to have over a decade of longevity."
-Jeb Dunnuck (2022), 91-93 points

Producer Information: Domaine Laurent Veyrat

Beneath the rugged Vercors mountain range is Domaine Laurent Veyrat. A family-owned, organic farm whose deep, vibrant narrative began in 1600 AD. The vineyards reside in the Crozes-Hermitage appellation located ...
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