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The hot Rhône Valley is famous for producing rich red wines, with names such as Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Côte Rôtie and Hermitage respected worldwide, while the Côtes du Rhône produces great value wines.
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With typical Chateuneuf power, the wine delivers a fresh and spicy nose of red cherry embellished with notes of sage and wild thyme. The palate is equally powerful, with sinuous tannins and huge length.
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A traditional Châteauneuf blend of 70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, and 5% cinsault and Mourvedre, matured for 12-18 months in French oak barriques. This family winery cultivates 24 hectares of vineyards across 17 separate parcels, where the vines average 60 years of age. The wine is intensely aromatic, with a herbal smokiness and hints of game. Full-bodied yet supple, with a spicy muscularity. Drink now or cellar for 5-10 years.
"The dark ruby/plum-hued 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape Tradition is a sexy, open-knit, delicious, richly fruity, full-bodied wine with lots of herbes de Provence/bouquet garni notes intermixed with hints of graphite, plums, figs, blueberries and black raspberries." 90 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
An expressive nose of ripe pear, elderflower and vanilla leads into a palate of ripe plum and and tangerine, finishing with a long refreshing zing. Enjoy now or over the next 2-3 years.
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A superbly balanced wine between youthful fruit and warm, oaky complexity where the nose and palate are replete with notes of cinnamon and clove amid the the dense bramble fruit.
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The Maurel brothers have a large estate with significant holdings in the famous La Crau vineyard, which forms the backbone of this wine. Produced from 70-year-old vines, it has a nose of crushed raspberry, plum and kirsch. This is a dense, layered wine with hints of lavender and cinnamon, ripe tannins and a lush texture.
Attractively sweet-natured on the nose, with wild strawberry and dark cherry fruit. On the palate this is full-bodied, with notes of plum, cherry and blueberry, as well as fruitcake spice and a touch of a white pepper. Beautifully balanced, this is highly drinkable and will pair well with rich seasonal casseroles and roasted lamb.
Pure, attractive Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Rich and concentrated yet supple Chapotier's Invitare will drink well now but unusually for Condrieu will age for several years.
Soft open aromas reveal notes of white peach and fresh apricot. There is also a blossomy, floral accent.
Aromas of pears, sweet peaches and pineapples abound in this wine which is delicately dry.
Inky and concentrated in the glass with liquorice and bramble fruit on the nose. Extremely pure on the palate with stunning definition and finesse. A magnificent village Châteauneuf from one of the region's rising stars, Julien Barrot.
"[T]he 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee de Felix reminded me of a high class Pomerol. Notes of mulberries, kirsch, figs, damp earth, forest floor and spice box are present in this round, gracious, generous, full-bodied effort. Enjoy it now and over the next 10-15 years". 91 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
The aromas reveal a fine garrigue character, fragrant and appealing. The palate is vibrant in style with a sweet core of deep berry and cherry fruit as well as provençal herb. Classic in style, with a light, fragrant vein.
Deep in hue, with dark cherry and berry fruit on the nose and hints of peppery spice. The typical purity and accessibility of Burgaud's Côte-Rôtie is here, with bold fruit of finely judged ripeness. The spice and pepper hints of the nose are in evidence too, as is a marked, stony minerality.
A traditional blend of 95% Syrah with 5% Viognier, the wine is modern in style, with great concentration and aromatic complexity, without over-extraction or excessive weight.
La Petite Côte is a complex wine full of peach, apricot and spring flowers. It has a wonderful fresh, crisp minerally cutting edge which brings balance to this ripe and voluptuous wine.
Sourced from roughly 5 acres of Syrah vines situated on the south/southeast-facing slope of the northern Rhône's Ampuis commune, the Madinière is named after the stream that runs at the foot of these vineyards.
One of the greatest producers of Hermitage, Jean-Louis Chave has a wine-making philosophy that harnesses terroir, fruit and tradition to produce wines that show great purity and complexity.
'The 2006 exhibits notes of raspberries, sweet cherries, bacon fat and roasted herbs in a medium to full-bodied, fleshy, relatively mature and delicious style. Already complex, it is best drunk over the next decade.' Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 91 points.
A classic Pégau style, with soft-skinned hedgerow fruits melding with smoky, savoury notes on the nose. More streamlined than opulent on the palate, this is not a heady Grenache-led wine, but more restrained. Cool, focused and linear in style, there is lovely fruit, terrific elegance and vibrancy. The Pégau hallmarks of leather and liquorice are discernible on the finish.
Very appealing, this shows a floral-lift on the palate, with enticing spiced raspberry fruit, notes of garrigue, and a liquorice-like character to the finish. The tannins are barely perceptible in this engaging forward-drinking Châteauneuf.
Pure, expressive, with dusky dark fruit and enticing spice. The palate shows a fresh, elegant nature with good depth of fruit. Layered and textured, with a smoky, almost gamey note of complexity and underlying spice. Classic, fine-tuned Côte-Rôtie with fine, yet gently gripping tannins. Impressive.
Pale yellow and translucent in the glass, the nose is subdued with hints of peach, spice and even a slightly herbal note. The palate is broad and restrained; a serious, structured wine, but with an attractive, gentle acidity.
Produced from 101-year-old vines, this is a voluptuous, magnificent wine whose creamy and fresh aromatics are delicately balanced with toasty oak nuances and crisp, stony minerality. Peach, quince and citrus blend with honey, beeswax and ginger to create a stunningly refined wine with fabulous weight and a spicy finish. Arguably the best white wine in the Southern Rhone, this will only improve with age. And it’s hard to improve on perfection.
If Mon Aïeul is all about terroir, then Deux Frères is all about the winemaking ability of brothers Thierry and Jean-Pierre Usseglio. The nose, displaying sweet new oak and reminiscent more of Mouton-Rothschild than Châteauneuf du Pape, offers cherry liqueur, cream and spice in abundance.
Outstanding white Hermitage from one of the most sought-after producers in the region. On the nose, there are notes of white flowers and honeyed citrus. These characters carry through to a palate, which has immense concentration and yet is balanced by a zesty acidity. Poised and elegant, yet powerful.
'The 2006 Cote Rotie La Landonne may merit a three digit score by the time it is bottled... this is another legendary effort from Marcel Guigal and his son, Philippe'. 96-98 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate (tasted April 2009).
'It should be drinkable in 3-4 years and keep for 30-40 years thereafter. Kudos to one of the world’s great winemaking families!' 99 points. Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate.
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