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Colour: Deep ruby. Nose: Intense aromas of red fruits and spices (pepper, thyme). Palate: Fruity with silky tannins and hints of liquor ice. Long in the mouth. One of the most famous and well-known French wines in the world.

A wine to spoil yourself with


Goes wonderfully with red meat, game, stew, vegetarian samosas, and mature cheeses.

The Wine:

The first vines in Chateauneuf du Pape were planted by the ancient Romans. Historic ancient Roman ruins are easy to find in the Southern Rhone Valley. In fact, one of the best preserved, ancient amphitheatres built by the Romans in all of Europe is in Orange, not far from Chateauneuf.

Chateauneuf du Pape takes its name from the time when the Pope moved to Avignon in 1309. The move was due to issues between the King of France and the Papacy. 8 different Popes served in Avignon as the Papacy remained in Chateauneuf du Pape until 1378.

The first Pope to move to Avignon was Pope Clement V, who was an avid wine lover. Pope Clement V also spent time in Bordeaux at what is now called Chateau Pape Clement in Pessac Leognan. The Pope moving to Avignon is of course where the region takes its name, as Chateauneuf du Pape is translated to mean; “The Pope’s New Castle.

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Please note: Vintage may vary when delivered. We do our best to ensure the current vintage is displayed as soon as available, but variations can occur.

  • 2019
  • 6 x 750mL units
  • FRA – Cotes Du Rhone, Imported
  • Cork closure
  • 14.5% alc.
  • Decanter and serve at 18°C.
  • Can be kept for more than 5 years.