Yves Cuilleron Saint-Joseph L’Amarybelle 2011

Yves Cuilleron is one of the most renowned winemakers of the Northern Rhône. This Saint-Joseph L’Amarybelle 2011 is are part of a refined winery allotment and a unique opportunity to own and taste slightly older wine vintages from France no longer available in market.

  • Slightly richer, with ample black raspberry, crème de cassis, bacon fat, minerality and violets, the 2011 Saint Joseph L’Amarybelle is similarly-styled on the palate, with a medium-bodied and elegant feel - 89 points.
    - Robert Parker, Wine Advocate

Tasting Notes

This wonderful wine from Yves Cuilleron offers sweet spice, candied black fruits and some delicate notes of grilled tobacco make a nice complex and charming nose. Fleshy with velvety tannins and spicy finish.

Wonderful fresh primary notes in the first 5 years with the ability to age up to 10 years or more developing rich secondary characteristics.

Food Pairing

Pairing of this wine from France is ideal with a variety of meats lamb, pork; for example filet of pork wrapped in a chorizo crust.

Grape Varieties

100% Syrah



Volume 750 mL Bottle
Alcohol/Vol 12.5%
Made In Northern Rhone
Style Medium & complex
Varietal Syrah
Yves Cuilleron Saint-Joseph L'Amarybelle 2011

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