Châteauneuf whites are best enjoyed young, within 2 years of their harvest if you are looking for the fruity, elegant and charming side. Lovers of older white wines should consume them beyond 5 years to await the aromatic development and the appearance of secondary aromas: honeyed notes - acacia, truffles, liquorice ".
Télégramme du Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Rouge in Châteauneuf du Pape is dominated by Grenache which gives it a particular suppleness and roundness. Second wine of the Brunier family To taste in its youth. ".
Our red Châteauneuf can be enjoyed from the second year with a dominant of red fruits. They reach their fullness between the 5th and 8th year, but they can be kept for 10 years or more depending on the vintages and storage conditions.
This 100% Syrah single grape variety pays homage to the oldest 9.5 hectare plot of the estate, planted in 1952 on a clay-limestone plateau sown with rolled pebbles. After manual harvesting with selective sorting, the harvest was completely destemmed, vinified and aged for 12 months in recent barrels. To the eye, the dress of this Crozes-Hermitage has a...
Due to its aging, there is a dress with more copper tones. The nose is easily displayed in a spicy register, presenting tertiary notes of roasting and undergrowth. In the mouth, its body has a beautiful balance and a beautiful finesse. A classic from La Chapelle, old enough to taste ".
The La Chapelle cuvée comes from a terroir which overlooks the Rhône where a small “Saint-Christophe” chapel is erected. The 2006 vintage of La Chapelle is fabulous, this wine offers an impressive density and structure. It is obvious that this great hermitage has enormous aging potential. ".
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