Loaded with cherries and apricots and interlaced with hints of garrigue, this 2016 Chateauneuf du Pape nails the ripe Grenache flavors while offering plenty of chewy tannins. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated, give it a couple of years in the cellar, or if you can't wait, pair it with rare beef or lamb for the best results.
Fresh black-plum and raspberry notes contrast with inviting, rustic whiffs of balsamic vinegar, earth and saddle in this wine. Juicy and forward in fruit yet savory too, it's an open-knit wine marked by soft acidity and plush, easy tannins. Enjoy now–2026.
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