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084692625994

2014 Chateau La Nerthe Rouge

Chateauneuf-du-Pape Rouge, Rhone, France

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    Winemaker Notes
    Dark red, with a purple border. The nose is rich, pure, and complex, with notes of black fruits and sweet spices. On the palate, lots of roundness, with soft refined tannins. Finish is long, with notes of black cherry, black berry, and a silky texture. A feeling of youth and freshness emerges. A wine with great cellaring potential and with an impressive aromatic expression.
    Pairs well with most red meat dishes, particularly beef and lamb, or game dishes such as wild boar. An ideal accompaniment to winter casseroles – a cassoulet of duck confit with hearty and complex flavors is a terrific choice. Beef bourguignon is an equally nice pairing.

    Wine & Spirits: 93 Points
    If you could squeeze juice from one of the galets that pave the 225 acres of vines surrounding La Nerthe, it might taste like this: dense and salty, with hints of the grasses and wildflowers that pop up here and there. It’s not about fruit, though the sunny character of the acidity brings lemon to mind; it is, however, pretty and very firm, a wine that could age, or take on monkfish in brown butter right now.

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    2014
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2014 Chateau La Nerthe Rouge

2014 Chateau La Nerthe Rouge

Chateauneuf-du-Pape Rouge, Rhone, France


Add To Cart
$49.95
/ Wine
SKU: 084692625994

Winemaker Notes
Dark red, with a purple border. The nose is rich, pure, and complex, with notes of black fruits and sweet spices. On the palate, lots of roundness, with soft refined tannins. Finish is long, with notes of black cherry, black berry, and a silky texture. A feeling of youth and freshness emerges. A wine with great cellaring potential and with an impressive aromatic expression.
Pairs well with most red meat dishes, particularly beef and lamb, or game dishes such as wild boar. An ideal accompaniment to winter casseroles – a cassoulet of duck confit with hearty and complex flavors is a terrific choice. Beef bourguignon is an equally nice pairing.

Wine & Spirits: 93 Points
If you could squeeze juice from one of the galets that pave the 225 acres of vines surrounding La Nerthe, it might taste like this: dense and salty, with hints of the grasses and wildflowers that pop up here and there. It’s not about fruit, though the sunny character of the acidity brings lemon to mind; it is, however, pretty and very firm, a wine that could age, or take on monkfish in brown butter right now.