Château La Nerthe

Les Granières de la Nerthe Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend

8.919 ratings
8.82 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
Lars Miller

Beautiful plum color with hints of ripe berry on the nose. Smooth tannins and light, Maybe not as complex as we were expecting. Nice drinking wine.

Beautiful plum color with hints of ripe berry on the nose. Smooth tannins and light, Maybe not as complex as we were expecting. Nice drinking wine.

May 26th, 2018
Kurt Winrich

Good body, mouth feel;

Good body, mouth feel;

Mar 11th, 2018
Andrew

Beautiful pale purple with garnet, slightly orange rim; immediately upon opening a bit of dirt and red fruit, some smoke and browned meat; bright red fruit in palate; med acid, some warmth of alcohol, especially on aftertaste; finish is short to medium length with taste of prune and black olives. Clean and bright, but alcohol muted the finish a bit.

Beautiful pale purple with garnet, slightly orange rim; immediately upon opening a bit of dirt and red fruit, some smoke and browned meat; bright red fruit in palate; med acid, some warmth of alcohol, especially on aftertaste; finish is short to medium length with taste of prune and black olives. Clean and bright, but alcohol muted the finish a bit.

Dec 24th, 2017
Nicholas Minnott

Was good

Was good

Jun 1st, 2017
Mike

Sour cherry, gamey, great with lamb dinner

Sour cherry, gamey, great with lamb dinner

Jan 8th, 2017
Renee guillien

Smooth and light for this style, will open up with age. Rounded still ,

Smooth and light for this style, will open up with age. Rounded still ,

Dec 5th, 2016
JJ Lumia

Cherry and pepper up front, with hints of peach and citrus on the finish. Silky smooth. Just picked up at Costco for $30. It's pleasant, and well-rounded. Not knocking my socks off. Here's my issue with this wine. The initial flavors immediately brought to mind Trader Joe's Pontificis. It's not that much better than the Pontificis and that is a total steal for $7. This is a no-brainer. Go for the Pontificis every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

Cherry and pepper up front, with hints of peach and citrus on the finish. Silky smooth. Just picked up at Costco for $30. It's pleasant, and well-rounded. Not knocking my socks off. Here's my issue with this wine. The initial flavors immediately brought to mind Trader Joe's Pontificis. It's not that much better than the Pontificis and that is a total steal for $7. This is a no-brainer. Go for the Pontificis every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

Oct 23rd, 2016
Cara Almberg

Cara had this 2 years ago

Cara had this 2 years ago

Jan 26th, 2018
Gilbert Lara Jr

Gilbert had this 3 years ago

Gilbert had this 3 years ago

Mar 29th, 2017
Benoit Duhamel

Benoit had this 2 years ago

Benoit had this 2 years ago

Apr 27th, 2018