Kirkland Signature

Côtes du Rhône Villages Red Rhone Blend

8.5290 ratings
8.611 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
Ken Z
8.8

Drank 11/25/19. Decent pairing with burgers.

Nose of plums, some spice, underbrush, and some cherry cola. Mixed red and black fruit on the palate with some spice notes. A tad ripe on the medium finish. Overall one of the best $7 wines I've had.

3/21/7/3/3 +50 = 87 pts

Drank again 2 days later with lamb chops. It made for a much better pairing and more enjoyable wine. I would bump this up another point or two.

Drank 11/25/19. Decent pairing with burgers.

Nose of plums, some spice, underbrush, and some cherry cola. Mixed red and black fruit on the palate with some spice notes. A tad ripe on the medium finish. Overall one of the best $7 wines I've had.

3/21/7/3/3 +50 = 87 pts

Drank again 2 days later with lamb chops. It made for a much better pairing and more enjoyable wine. I would bump this up another point or two.

Nov 26th, 2019
Ray Everett

$7, tastes like much more. Candied cherry and light vegetal note on the nose. Dry, black cherry and plum on the palate, good acid balance and a note of cola and earthiness. Long finish. Much more interesting than the price would lead you to expect.

$7, tastes like much more. Candied cherry and light vegetal note on the nose. Dry, black cherry and plum on the palate, good acid balance and a note of cola and earthiness. Long finish. Much more interesting than the price would lead you to expect.

6 people found it helpfulJul 17th, 2013
Isaac Pirolo

This was a big surprise. Transitions significantly over a few hours. Opens with lavender and leather, with some beautifully weaved in brett. Quickly moves into blackberry, incense, and chalky/clay minerality. Later pivots to a more broad floral style, Luden's, and bitter dark chocolate.

This was a big surprise. Transitions significantly over a few hours. Opens with lavender and leather, with some beautifully weaved in brett. Quickly moves into blackberry, incense, and chalky/clay minerality. Later pivots to a more broad floral style, Luden's, and bitter dark chocolate.

3 people found it helpfulJul 19th, 2016
Antoine Pin

Wine Buyer Kroger/QFC

6.6

Whoever made this for Costco should be ashamed of themselves! This is the biggest Bullshit bottle of over extracted junk I've ever tasted. Trash!

Whoever made this for Costco should be ashamed of themselves! This is the biggest Bullshit bottle of over extracted junk I've ever tasted. Trash!

3 people found it helpfulSep 9th, 2014
Guillermo Vargas

Rico y suave

Rico y suave

2 people found it helpfulDec 14th, 2014
Brian Ager

First time I've been able to find the Kirkland Côtes du Rhône villages, and I'm impressed. Raspberry, dried cranberries, as well as notes of classic provencal herbs on the nose. This is followed by a bright palate of cherry and raspberry with earthy undertones of clay and leather. A serious value, and makes me wish I would have bought more than one. It also paired perfectly with homemade coconut chicken tikka marsala! ($7) [4/10/20]

First time I've been able to find the Kirkland Côtes du Rhône villages, and I'm impressed. Raspberry, dried cranberries, as well as notes of classic provencal herbs on the nose. This is followed by a bright palate of cherry and raspberry with earthy undertones of clay and leather. A serious value, and makes me wish I would have bought more than one. It also paired perfectly with homemade coconut chicken tikka marsala! ($7) [4/10/20]

1 person found it helpfulApr 10th, 2020
Dawn E.

It's all about QPR! I was hoping to find the Kirkland Chablis @Severn Goodwin unfortunately my Costco did not deliver! I remember that this little Rhone wine in the Kirkland lineup rated decently! Red berries..earth...licorice... jam...light profile overall
Finish is a bit off. QPR....decent table wine....for $6.99 I will keep a few of these on hand...

It's all about QPR! I was hoping to find the Kirkland Chablis @Severn Goodwin unfortunately my Costco did not deliver! I remember that this little Rhone wine in the Kirkland lineup rated decently! Red berries..earth...licorice... jam...light profile overall
Finish is a bit off. QPR....decent table wine....for $6.99 I will keep a few of these on hand...

1 person found it helpfulFeb 21st, 2019
Philip Ariza

tastes and smells like a Cotes du Rhone. Lacks the nuance and complexity but for $7 hits it mark.

tastes and smells like a Cotes du Rhone. Lacks the nuance and complexity but for $7 hits it mark.

1 person found it helpfulSep 3rd, 2016
Josh Jessel

Tastes less like Costco brand and more like Walmart.

Tastes less like Costco brand and more like Walmart.

1 person found it helpfulDec 30th, 2015
David Hacker

David had this 5 years ago

David had this 5 years ago

1 person found it helpfulDec 13th, 2015