Domaine Le Roc Des Anges

Segna de Cor Côtes du Roussillon Villages Red Blend

9.116 ratings
9.04 pro ratings
Côtes du Roussillon, Roussillon, Languedoc Roussillon, France
Red Blend
Game, Baking Spices, Duck, Goose, Potato, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Rice, Exotic Spices, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Onion, Chicken, Pork, Venison, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Soft Cheese, Mushrooms, Tomato-Based, Turkey, Veal, Hard Cheese
Top Notes For
Matt Perlman

Lots of aromatic complexity and finesse, the heat is deftly managed here and the alcohol kept in check. Freshness abounds, as do violets, lavender, sweet black berries, plums and garrigue. Mostly Grenache but the carignane and particularly the Syrah make themselves known. Velvety smooth texture

Lots of aromatic complexity and finesse, the heat is deftly managed here and the alcohol kept in check. Freshness abounds, as do violets, lavender, sweet black berries, plums and garrigue. Mostly Grenache but the carignane and particularly the Syrah make themselves known. Velvety smooth texture

Jan 19th, 2020
Diana Eng

2017 vintage. Purple core, fading into slightly violet rim. Staining in the tears. Dark and brambly red and black fruit - cherries, blackberries, plums, slightly confectioners. Much riper than I remembered. Nutmeg and clove. Cocoa, chocolate, integrated tannin. Med plus acid, med plus tannin, med plus finish. Can definitely use some time. 13.5% alcohol.

2017 vintage. Purple core, fading into slightly violet rim. Staining in the tears. Dark and brambly red and black fruit - cherries, blackberries, plums, slightly confectioners. Much riper than I remembered. Nutmeg and clove. Cocoa, chocolate, integrated tannin. Med plus acid, med plus tannin, med plus finish. Can definitely use some time. 13.5% alcohol.

Sep 24th, 2019
Chip Hughes

Tastes great; less filling. Once again, it’s the confident, relaxed and precise benchmark for what all Catalan reds should be, combining an almost ferrous minerality with a pure expression of Grenache and Carignan that walks the line between reductive and oxidative. And once again, far too many of us will fall for the high-octane, vaguely-Rhônish, Prisonerized, nondescript slop that seems to be all the rage.

Tastes great; less filling. Once again, it’s the confident, relaxed and precise benchmark for what all Catalan reds should be, combining an almost ferrous minerality with a pure expression of Grenache and Carignan that walks the line between reductive and oxidative. And once again, far too many of us will fall for the high-octane, vaguely-Rhônish, Prisonerized, nondescript slop that seems to be all the rage.

Jul 8th, 2019
Bonnie Chu

Wine 4 Xmas din, post apple 🍎 🥧 and 🎂 Ice cream cake

Wine 4 Xmas din, post apple 🍎 🥧 and 🎂 Ice cream cake

Dec 26th, 2020
Peter James

Thanks #leoncircle

Mar 22nd, 2020
Andrew Keenan

Moores. 2017. $23? Lovely wine from a lovely winemaker.

Moores. 2017. $23? Lovely wine from a lovely winemaker.

Mar 7th, 2020
Devin B

Mouthfeel of Pinot, but spicy with herbs, and a plum finish.

Mouthfeel of Pinot, but spicy with herbs, and a plum finish.

Aug 11th, 2019
Chris Shackelford

Chris had this 3 years ago

Chris had this 3 years ago

May 21st, 2019
Jen Resnick

Jen had this 2 years ago

Jen had this 2 years ago

Sep 21st, 2020
Serge Mismetti

Serge had this 2 years ago

Serge had this 2 years ago

Aug 22nd, 2020