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Key facts

Country
France
Region
Rhône
Grape
Grenache
Mourvèdre
Shiraz
Syrah
Vintage
2010
Producer
Cellier des Princes
Winemaker
Thierry Ferlay
Stopper
Natural Cork
ABV
15

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Label for Chateauneuf du Pape Les Haut des Coteaux

Product Details

Awards

Tasting Notes

Vibrant ruby red with ripe fruit flavours of blackcurrant, hedgerow fruits and a hint of vanilla.

Storage Instructions

This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year

Background

History

Established in 1924, Le Cellier des Princes is one of the largest co-operatives in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, easily one of the most famous appellations in the Rhône Valley. Working together with local growers, Cellier des Princes ensures that every bottle of Chteauneuf du Pape is a reflection of the rich heritage of the region.

Winemaking details

Thierry Ferlay

Regional info

Châteauneuf du Pape is a well-known appellation situated in the Rhône Valley in the southeast of France. Only wines made within the appellation can be called Châteaneuf du Pape and wine makers are limited to using only 13 grape varieties in the blend. The most important red grapes are Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre.

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