If you are fond of traditional cuisine, the alliance of the famous “coq au vin” and a Côtes du Rhône Domain de Lascamp will turn your table into a banquet worthy of the greatest chefs Gallic.
The Domaine de Lascamp, a Côte-du-Rhône discovered by Delices and Gourmandises
Two centuries of history have shaped the Domain de Lascamp, located in Cadignac, a small hamlet in the Gard discoveredby Delices and Gourmandises. Its vines benefit all over the year from a sunny climate and produce this red Côtes du Rhône with beautiful purple dress. Lovers of intense flavors will enjoy the alliance of Carignan varietals, Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Mourvèdre.
Bottled at the castle, the Domaine de Lascamp likes will be best if it is left to refine slowly from 2 to 5 years to allow developing its red fruit nuances and spices, such as cinnamon, pepper and cloves.
The famous Coq au vin, proposed by Delices d’ Annie
The “coq au vin” is a classic of French cuisine that Delices d’ Annie could not have missed. For the anecdote, a tribal chief did send to Julius Caesar, who besieged him, a rooster, symbol of the Gauls courage. Caesar thanked him by inviting him to dinner and served him the rooster cooked in wine. No one knows if this story is true, but the rooster has long been the emblem of France and “coq au vin” is a culinary tradition claimed by several regions.
A common point gathers the wide variety of “coq au vin” recipes: the secret lies in the marinade, made with onions, carrots… and wine, in which the pieces of chicken will be hung and left to mature to turn into this tasty and delicate meat for the most discerning palate.
Delices d’Annie proposes you its delicious “coq au vin” per 420g serving, acoompanied with vegetables and sauce flaored with Bergerac wine. The Côtes du Rhône Domaine de Lascamp, a well-structured red wine goes perfectly this tasty “coq au vin”, complementing this traditional dish with strong flavors of its clove notes, pepper and cinnamon. An alliance of choice for a meal to the glory of the Gauls.