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Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend

9.2183 ratings
9.437 pro ratings
Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Southern Rhône, Rhône, France
Red Rhone Blend
Tomato-Based, Pasta, Salami & Prosciutto, Mushrooms, Onion, Pungent Cheese, Venison, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Pork, Beef
Top Notes For
Ed Lehrman

Really lovely and while the fruit is almost holding on, it is starting to separate from the tannins so it is silky followed by nice gripping tannins. Steak wine for us more “mature” folks.

Really lovely and while the fruit is almost holding on, it is starting to separate from the tannins so it is silky followed by nice gripping tannins. Steak wine for us more “mature” folks.

Sep 3rd, 2018
Matej Dolenc

Absolutely delicious in every way

Absolutely delicious in every way

Mar 29th, 2018
Tom Dugan

General Manager of DeLille Cellars

9.2

Great ruby color. Light to medium bodied with a big mid palate punch. Loads of rose petals with some dried strawberries and a hint of pepper/spice.

Great ruby color. Light to medium bodied with a big mid palate punch. Loads of rose petals with some dried strawberries and a hint of pepper/spice.

Feb 24th, 2018
Josh Tenenbaum

A heady aroma, as robust as a Sangiovese, yet deeper with intense red berries. The instant olfactory memory evoked is one of the French countryside, an environment where food is straight from farm to table. The initial taste is fresh with a round mouth-feel, fruits contrasted by sharp tannins. It evolves into spice, tobacco, freshly chopped wood; all the while performing a try-partite symphony on the palate - well balanced between sharp, mellow, and deep earthy flavours impossibly cascading over the senses all at once. The finish is savoury and sweet, it begs for a taste of strong cheese, and leaves the mouth watering - dearly anticipatory of the next sip.

Truly an exquisite find.

A heady aroma, as robust as a Sangiovese, yet deeper with intense red berries. The instant olfactory memory evoked is one of the French countryside, an environment where food is straight from farm to table. The initial taste is fresh with a round mouth-feel, fruits contrasted by sharp tannins. It evolves into spice, tobacco, freshly chopped wood; all the while performing a try-partite symphony on the palate - well balanced between sharp, mellow, and deep earthy flavours impossibly cascading over the senses all at once. The finish is savoury and sweet, it begs for a taste of strong cheese, and leaves the mouth watering - dearly anticipatory of the next sip.

Truly an exquisite find.

2 people found it helpfulDec 12th, 2014
Christopher Bates

Master Sommelier, Owner/Winemaker Element Winery

9.9

Damn. Quite Bretty. Borderline too much. But, if you are tolerant. Do it. It's great.

Damn. Quite Bretty. Borderline too much. But, if you are tolerant. Do it. It's great.

2 people found it helpfulOct 18th, 2014
Craig Mitchell

Stunning CNDP. Loved it.

Stunning CNDP. Loved it.

2 people found it helpfulJul 10th, 2014
Brad Hemmer

Ripe dark fruit, dried floral, cocoa, leather, earthy. Great balance, nice lasting finish, fun wine.

Ripe dark fruit, dried floral, cocoa, leather, earthy. Great balance, nice lasting finish, fun wine.

1 person found it helpfulMay 22nd, 2017
Ed Lehrman

1998-- really delicious. Classic flavors. Dried herbs, smoky bacon fat. Plenty of fresh red fruits still offset by soft black pepper. Lots of life left but was my last bottle.

1998-- really delicious. Classic flavors. Dried herbs, smoky bacon fat. Plenty of fresh red fruits still offset by soft black pepper. Lots of life left but was my last bottle.

1 person found it helpfulApr 8th, 2016
Joe D'Angelo

Sheer silk.

Sheer silk.

Dec 17th, 2016
Jennifer DiDomizio

Dark flavors, opening up to brighter dried fruits, grilled strawberry, espresso. 1995 vintage.

Dark flavors, opening up to brighter dried fruits, grilled strawberry, espresso. 1995 vintage.

Sep 29th, 2016