"Certified organic. Didier Ferrier and Jennifer Buck's holding in Douzens in the far north of Corbières. Blend of Chenançon, Grenache and Mourvèdre. Wine named by four-year-old Lili who was trying to say 'poppy' (coquelicot).
Bright crimson. Powerful, well-integrated nose and fruit with real vigour. This is just the sort of wine that the western Languedoc is so good at. (Just) not too much alcohol. Real energy here. (The wicked thought occurs to me: is it because there is no Carignan that I like this so much?!) Already a rewarding drink but there is quite a bit of ripe tannin lurking underneath the copious fruit. 16.5+/20 points."
Vinous Reverie Notes
Although the winery is within Corbieres, they do not use the Corbieres appellation for their wines. This is primarily because they are working with a rare grape called Chenançon (a genetic cross between Grenache and Jurançon Noir) that is not allowed in the appellation. Cocolico is a blend of Chenançon, Grenache and Syrah from clay/limestone/sandy loam terraces in the northern foothills of the Alaric Mountains.