Château Husson

Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend

9.212 ratings
9.21 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
Matt Sterr

Solid.

Solid.

May 5th, 2020
Some Dude

One of the most important dimensions to consider when eating a wine is deliciousness.

That’s what this wine offers. We had the 2016, in 2022, and we decanted it 3 or 4 hours before we drank it. It was awesome. This is a wine that could easily age for another 10–15 years, but it had so much depth and richness and balance. Enjoy the hell out of this one!

One of the most important dimensions to consider when eating a wine is deliciousness.

That’s what this wine offers. We had the 2016, in 2022, and we decanted it 3 or 4 hours before we drank it. It was awesome. This is a wine that could easily age for another 10–15 years, but it had so much depth and richness and balance. Enjoy the hell out of this one!

May 25th, 2022
Daniel M

Red fruits, licorice and spices on the nose. Not very typical. The palate is very young and lively. Nice red berries all along, strong acid drive, good width with matter on the sides, there is an almost milky mouthfeel with a nice soft touch which goes up to the mid palate tannins part. The finish is kicked off with that string acid drive, these nice and easy tannins, that lovely tangy red fruit and these spices. Too young and needs some food to show its bright side. It was paired with a massive rare T-bone steak on the barbecue which helped the wine show off a bit.

Red fruits, licorice and spices on the nose. Not very typical. The palate is very young and lively. Nice red berries all along, strong acid drive, good width with matter on the sides, there is an almost milky mouthfeel with a nice soft touch which goes up to the mid palate tannins part. The finish is kicked off with that string acid drive, these nice and easy tannins, that lovely tangy red fruit and these spices. Too young and needs some food to show its bright side. It was paired with a massive rare T-bone steak on the barbecue which helped the wine show off a bit.

Aug 19th, 2020
Kevin Coup

Inky, a bit of acid. Pepper and a bit dry - pucker after a taste. I'm a big fan of Chateauneuf, but I've had better. I can't see drinking this on its own. And it will fight with any dish. You'd need something bold - spice and fat to serve it with.

Inky, a bit of acid. Pepper and a bit dry - pucker after a taste. I'm a big fan of Chateauneuf, but I've had better. I can't see drinking this on its own. And it will fight with any dish. You'd need something bold - spice and fat to serve it with.

Jul 3rd, 2020
carolyn Ogle

This wine is actually White not Red and is wondrrful

This wine is actually White not Red and is wondrrful

Apr 30th, 2019
Alan McCrum

Alan had this 7 months ago

Alan had this 7 months ago

Jun 20th, 2022
Alpesh Patel

Alpesh had this 3 years ago

Alpesh had this 3 years ago

Apr 10th, 2020
Natasa Krejic

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Sep 16th, 2019
Aleksandar Sajic

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Sep 16th, 2019
Matt Kern

Matt had this 7 years ago

Matt had this 7 years ago

Jul 17th, 2016