Intense aromas of blackberry pie, damson plums, black cherries, chocolate powder, and cassis. Deeply concentrated, with sweet and mouth-filling tannins. Excellent structure and density with a long, lusturous finish.
Recipe PairingsSteak au Poivre (David Tanis)
Grilled Red Meats
Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Southern France's most famous wine region, translates to "new house of the pope" because the Papacy moved from the Vatican to the South of France in 1309. The region's most famous monument is the ruin of Pope John XXII's castle.