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1 - 2 of 2 Wines By Chateau De Beaucastel
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Chateau Beaucastel Chateauneuf Du Pape
Cotes Du Rhone
Available in cases of 6
Beaucastel is one of the great renditions of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, itself one of the principal appelations in all France. One of the richest and most complex cepage allowed under Origine Contrôlee law, components of Grenache and Cinsault provide the deep colour, intensity and softness. Parcels of Mourvedre and Syrah, Muscardin and Vaccarese give the wine its renowned ageing potential and classic, dark fruit character. The Counoise, Picpoul and other aboriginal grapes contribute freshness, suave fragrance and distinctive aromatic qualities.
$15099each
$1811DOZEN
EACH
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If one word could describe the wines of Beaucastel it would be that they are pure, a natural expression of the place whence they come. Diluvial alpine deposits with rolled pebbles over a former sea bed of the miocene epoch. Grapes are hand picked and hand sorted as they arrive to the winery. The skins of the whole berries are first heated to 80C then cooled to 20C. Maceration is traditional, in open top wooden vats for Syrah and Mouvedre, in concrete vats for the others. The separately vinified varietal components are assembled after completion of malolactic. The whole wine is then aged in large French oak casks for a year before fining with egg white. A further year's bottle age takes place under the estate cellar.
 
Very dark ruby colour with purple overtones. Elegant nose is intense on ripe fruits, blackberry jam and a hint of licorice. The mouth is bold and full bodied with great balance between the tannins and the flesh. An impressive vintage for today and for the future.
Coudoulet De Beaucastel Cotes Du Rhone
Cotes Du Rhone
Available in cases of 6
Pierre de Beaucastel appropriated a plot of land for himself which extended fifty two saumees at Coudoulet on the Côtes du Rhône in 1549. A tradition of fine winemaking continued at Chateau Beaucastel for centuries until 1909 when management passed to Pierre Perrin, a scientist and entrepreneur who established one of the preeminent cartels of the region. Quality of fruit, the most palatable wines and sustainable methodologies remain the focus at Beaucastel, who have used no chemical fertilisers or pesticides in their vineyards since 1964.
$5099each
$611DOZEN
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The Coudoulet property remains an important part of Beaucastel estate, a salubrious vineyard of thirty hectares, some eighty years of age, grown to diluvial alpine deposits containing rolled pebbles, over a former molasse sea bed of the miocene epoch. Grenache, Mourvedre, Syrah and Cinsault grapes are selectively hand picked and sorted at the wineworks. Fruit is macerated in enamel tiled vats twelve days before the free run juices are taken off and musts are treated to a light pneumatic pressing. Varietal components are separately vinified and assembled after a course of malolactic, followed by maturation in large, seasoned French oak foudres for six months before a light egg white fining.
 
Dark garnet red colour. Perfumed nose of piquant bramble fruits, seasoned by overtones of pepper, cinnamon and maghreb spice. The palate is highly elegant, densely packed but lithe with black cherry, minerals and cracked pepper, supported by soft tannins, silken textures and refined acidity.

Chateau De Beaucastel

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