Saint-Joseph or St.-Joseph is a French wine Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) in the northern Rhône wine region of France.
St.-Joseph is primarily a red wine region based on the Syrah grape. Around 10% of the wine is white wine, based on Marsanne and/or Roussanne.
Many of the red wines are meant to be consumed "while waiting for Hermitage and Cote-Rotie to mature."  The vines in this region can be upwards of 100 years old.
Generally the wines are defined by the young fruit that makes them very drinkable while young.
For more information on individual wines, click on the label:
The Absolute. The exceptional wines in our Sélections Parcellaires range come from plots of our old vines, carefully selected for each appellation. Our approach involves leaving the soil to speak for itself, deliberately not intervening to give true picture of the terroir (the combination of soil, climate - which decides the quality of the vintage - and know-how rooted in longstanding tradition). It is here that biodynamics really comes into play.
          Biodynamically grown certified
Reference. The key stone of the Maison M.CHAPOUTIER,these easy tasting wines offer a wide range of gustative expressions. They ideally accompany both everyday dishes and the most sophisticated delicacies.

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