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Domaine de Beaurenard Chateauneuf Du Pape 2019

95 Points, Jeb Dunnuck -93 Points, Wine Spectator

Beaurenard is absolutely red hot of late, one of the few Rhone wineries to enjoy six straight vintages with their CDP receiving at least a 94-point score. Every year they keep their lights out signature CDP to a classic blend of roughly 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 15% Mourvèdre with the balance a mix of the other permitted varieties. They ferment in a mix of mostly large-volume mix of foudre and older barrels and the results are a super balanced, deep CDP with a supple mouthfeel and grippy youthful tannins. The 2019 is fantastic – a powerful yet super elegant cuvee thats like silk on the mouth it’s so smooth. Jeb Dunnuck went completely nuts for it writing “It has a rare mix of elegance, purity, and power, and it’s going to have two decades of prime drinking.”

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95 Points, Jeb Dunnuck
Checking in as a blend of 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre, and the rest a handful of varieties, the 2019 Châteauneuf Du Pape was brought up in a mix of foudre and older barrels. This deep ruby/purple-hued effort has a pure, vibrant, incredibly seamless, medium to full-bodied style that carries classic notes of black raspberry and black cherry fruits as well as peppery herbs, violets, spring flowers, and sous bois. This straight-up gorgeous, seamless, ultra-fine 2019 should be snatched up by readers. It has a rare mix of elegance, purity, and power, and it’s going to have two decades of prime drinking.

93 Points, Wine Spectator
Ripe and lush as well as vibrant and fresh, thanks to violet and graphite notes that enhance the corpulent cassis, plum and blackberry preserve flavors. Delivers light tar, anise and roasted apple wood notes on the finish.

93 Points, Decanter
Beautifully open, ripe nose with white pepper and raspberry fruit. Concentrated and ripe on the palate, with good freshness, very clean, well-defined fruit.

If you’re not familiar with the Coulon family and the Beaurenard name, they’re one of the longest tenured winemakers in the Southern Rhone and they helped to establish the Chateauneuf-du-Pape AOC.

Now in the hands of brothers brothers Frederic and Daniel Coulon, Domaine de Beaurenard has never been in such good hands. The winery has been a consistent critical darling over many, many years in the business – long before they graced the Thanksgiving cover of Wine Spectator in 2018.

In that same Wine Spectator issue – three of the top ten white Chateauneufs of the year went to Beaurenard. It’s a little taste of what these guys do.

The Reds set the tone, especially in the past decade and with good reason. They’re always lights out. The 2019 is no exception, a big and powerful wine but with no shortage of elegance, Jeb Dunnuck went nuts for it, writing “It has a rare mix of elegance, purity, and power, and it’s going to have two decades of prime drinking.”

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