Domaine Auguste Clape

Côtes du Rhône Red Rhone Blend

9.162 ratings
9.115 pro ratings
Côtes du Rhône, Southern Rhône, Rhône, France
Red Rhone Blend
Top Notes For
Elizabeth Chu

Blackcurrant on the nose. Refined on the palate with m tannins, m acidity, very enjoyable.

Blackcurrant on the nose. Refined on the palate with m tannins, m acidity, very enjoyable.

Feb 9th, 2019
Jonathan Brook

2008. Looking a little tired on opening but started to show charcoal and tar at the start. Then moved into dark florals and cherry aromas. Great acid. Tannins are well and truly silky. Nice savoury palate.

2008. Looking a little tired on opening but started to show charcoal and tar at the start. Then moved into dark florals and cherry aromas. Great acid. Tannins are well and truly silky. Nice savoury palate.

May 7th, 2017
Doug Kahn

Clape's touch...Syrah

Clape's touch...Syrah

Dec 2nd, 2016
Thomas Monroe

Winemaker Division Winemaking Company, Owner/Winemaker SE Wine Collective

9.2

Birthday French shenanigans party! Probably the best Cotes du Rhone you can get, essentially declassified Cornas. This was banging good!

Birthday French shenanigans party! Probably the best Cotes du Rhone you can get, essentially declassified Cornas. This was banging good!

Nov 2nd, 2016
Izek Jasper

Unmistakably Clape. One of my favorite CdRs.

Unmistakably Clape. One of my favorite CdRs.

Sep 25th, 2015
Vanessa Trevino Boyd

Beverage Director/Sommelier Philippe Restaurant, Phil's Wine Lounge

9.6

2006

2006

Mar 21st, 2015
S C O T T  S H E L D E N

Yummy Cotes du Rhone. #2013 #rhone #cotesdurhone #kermitlynch #clape

Mar 15th, 2015
Taylor Wilcox

French Wine Specialist The Wine House, Los Angeles.

9.5

2012. Great., nice ripe red and black fruit . Hints of tobacco and a bit of minerality. Med bodied. Tart at first but opened beautifully with savory accents. Wish had better food pairings to let it really shine...

2012. Great., nice ripe red and black fruit . Hints of tobacco and a bit of minerality. Med bodied. Tart at first but opened beautifully with savory accents. Wish had better food pairings to let it really shine...

Mar 8th, 2015
Ryan Mullins

Gotta have that funk!

Gotta have that funk!

Mar 29th, 2016
Neil Cornish

As Ed said, this is not in any way a typical CDR. Made from Syrah from St. Peray and declassified Cornas this is baby Clape Cornas, which is still better than many producers top cuvees. Tons of spicey, white pepper laced fruit slathered in mineral extract. Great stuff.

As Ed said, this is not in any way a typical CDR. Made from Syrah from St. Peray and declassified Cornas this is baby Clape Cornas, which is still better than many producers top cuvees. Tons of spicey, white pepper laced fruit slathered in mineral extract. Great stuff.

Dec 11th, 2018