Château de Rouanne

Vinsobres Red Rhone Blend

8.814 ratings
8.71 pro ratings
Côtes du Rhône Villages, 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
Darren Stevens

Tim’s Wine Market. Club wine $33

Tim’s Wine Market. Club wine $33

1 person found it helpfulAug 29th, 2020
Joseph Lewinski

Classic Rhone blend what’s more to ask for.

Classic Rhone blend what’s more to ask for.

Jan 15th, 2021
Adam Gäfvert

Mörka bär, örter, baconfett, saltlakrits. Upplevs lite sval och slank i stilen. Bra men inte superspännande CdR-village.

Mörka bär, örter, baconfett, saltlakrits. Upplevs lite sval och slank i stilen. Bra men inte superspännande CdR-village.

May 20th, 2020
S.S. Mandani

I’ve got stories.

The less appreciated Cortázar, Argentinian writer born and Belgium and died in Paris, could spin a good yarn, too.

Red, clay, soil earthiness, redwood breeze, and a currant spice note. Leather and plums all in the bouquet.

Gotta let this one rest a bit. Mouth-numbing pink peppercorn spice, not spicy per se, but feisty.

Charcoaled bark, medium to high acidity, a bit less fruit, but obviously still there.

This was recommended to me as a step up from wines produced in the Vacqueyras appellation. While I can see that it’s a bit more grown up, reserved, balanced, and classic. I don’t think I like it better — I enjoy raucous, wild, young, and brash. There’s more adventure. There’s more unhinged flavor surprises, which naturally lead to better stories. And, really, what else is there?

Good competition, but not sold just yet, Gallo-Roman medieval land and all.

I’ve got stories.

The less appreciated Cortázar, Argentinian writer born and Belgium and died in Paris, could spin a good yarn, too.

Red, clay, soil earthiness, redwood breeze, and a currant spice note. Leather and plums all in the bouquet.

Gotta let this one rest a bit. Mouth-numbing pink peppercorn spice, not spicy per se, but feisty.

Charcoaled bark, medium to high acidity, a bit less fruit, but obviously still there.

This was recommended to me as a step up from wines produced in the Vacqueyras appellation. While I can see that it’s a bit more grown up, reserved, balanced, and classic. I don’t think I like it better — I enjoy raucous, wild, young, and brash. There’s more adventure. There’s more unhinged flavor surprises, which naturally lead to better stories. And, really, what else is there?

Good competition, but not sold just yet, Gallo-Roman medieval land and all.

Apr 25th, 2020
Perry Riddle

Perry had this 4 months ago

Perry had this 4 months ago

Dec 9th, 2020
Adam Gerson

Adam had this 2 months ago

Adam had this 2 months ago

Feb 13th, 2021
Paul Sanchez

Paul had this 5 months ago

Paul had this 5 months ago

Nov 5th, 2020
Dustin Finer

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Nov 2nd, 2020
Don Simpson

Don had this 7 months ago

Don had this 7 months ago

Sep 4th, 2020
Daniel La Gala

Daniel had this 8 months ago

Daniel had this 8 months ago

Aug 16th, 2020