Vincent Paris is a native of Cornas. He inherited most of his vines (some of which are 100 years old) from his grandfather and also rents vines from his uncle the legendary Cornas vigneron Robert Michel.  The biodynamically farmed vines, which are located in various parcels along the southeast facing Cornas slope, total approximately 17 hectares. Vincent’s wines exhibit power, yet possess a determined freshness to them.  His Granit 30 and Granit 60 take their names from the slope and grade…

Vincent Paris is a native of Cornas. He inherited most of his vines (some of which are 100 years old) from his grandfather and also rents vines from his uncle the legendary Cornas vigneron Robert Michel. The biodynamically farmed vines, which are located in various parcels along the southeast facing Cornas slope, total approximately 17 hectares. Vincent’s wines exhibit power, yet possess a determined freshness to them. His Granit 30 and Granit 60 take their names from the slope and grade…

Vincent Paris, whose first vintage was 1997, is as shy as his wines are bold. In his early 30's, he has retro sideburns, but not much else in the Cornas appellation's new star is "retro". Vincent's uncle is Robert Michel, one of Cornas's finest growers and he made his two first wines with his uncle then, seeking autonomy, rented facilities for the vinification of his most recent wines. He is in the process of building his own facilities with a courtyard that holds his apricot plantation

Vincent Paris, whose first vintage was 1997, is as shy as his wines are bold. In his early 30's, he has retro sideburns, but not much else in the Cornas appellation's new star is "retro". Vincent's uncle is Robert Michel, one of Cornas's finest growers and he made his two first wines with his uncle then, seeking autonomy, rented facilities for the vinification of his most recent wines. He is in the process of building his own facilities with a courtyard that holds his apricot plantation

Vincent Paris' wonderful wines

Vincent Paris' wonderful wines

Vincent Paris: man of granite  Syrah from the cold margins  He may well be over forty, but I still think of Vincent Paris as a young Turk of granite and Syrah, pretty much born on the steep and rocky terraces and lashed by the mistral. In fact he's a risen star, up with the best of the northern Rhone.  Famously now the owner of his uncle Robert Michel's vineyards he has spent the last couple of decades refining the often rustic wines of this other worldly commune.

2013 Vincent Paris Cornas from Uncorked Ltd in the City of London,

Vincent Paris

Vincent Paris

The Great Vincent Paris from magnificent Cornas

The Great Vincent Paris from magnificent Cornas

Syrah from Vincent Paris

Syrah from Vincent Paris

Crozes Hermitage by Vincent Paris

Crozes Hermitage by Vincent Paris

Saint Joseph from Vincent Paris

Saint Joseph from Vincent Paris

Granit 30 Cornas from Vincent Paris

Granit 30 Cornas from Vincent Paris

La Geynale from Vincent Paris

La Geynale from Vincent Paris

Domaine Vincent Paris Cornas Granit 60

Domaine Vincent Paris Cornas Granit 60

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