Domaine Barville Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2015, Rhône

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Made by Châteauneuf experts Maison Brotte at their flagship Domaine Barville estate, this is a dark, brooding Grenache based blend, richly fruited and complex with notes of black cherry and blackberry and laced with hints of savoury spice and black pepper. A great pairing with roast beef or truffle based dishes if you're feeling decadent.

Buy this if...you're a fan of the Rhône classics.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

We can't say no to Châteauneuf-du-Pape and this is one of the best - dark, complex and structured.
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Percentage Alcohol

14.5

Region

Rhône

Grape Variety

ArrayGrenache / Garnacha, Syrah / Shiraz

Country

France

Style

ArrayMedium-Bodied Red, Oaked Red

Vintage

2015

Vegan

Vegan

Regular Price: £27.50

Special Price £21.99

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The Producer

Maison Brotte was established in 1931 by Charles Brotte, who pioneered the bottling of Rhone wines for the appellation and four generations later, the business is still going strong with his grandson Laurent. Owned by Maison Brotte, Domaine Barville is the family property of Laurent Brotte, with 16 hectares situated in the heart of the Chateaneuf-du-Pape appellation on some of the areas' most prized soils. Brotte also produce wines from other Rhone appellations, including Tavel in the south and Crozes Hermitage in the north, working with local growers and overseeing the winemaking process.
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The Winemaker

With a winemaking tradition going back four generations to 1880, innovation nevertheless plays an important part in the Brotte cellars. State-of-the-art machinery removes the very fragile Grenache grapes from the stems and all bottling is done by gravity and without the need for any filtration, ensuring perfect freshness and character in the final wines.

The Region

The sun-drenched Southern Rhone valley is home to the famous red wine appellations of Châteauneuf-du-Pape (also made in to a rather delicious white), Gigondas and Vacqueyras, along with lesser-known but equally delicious cru of Tavel, producing very serious, full bodied rosé wines, and Lirac, a great value appellation with rich but generally slightly lighter styles than the other cru. Large swathes of the region also produce the generic Côtes du Rhône and the more specific Côtes du Rhône Villages wines - which tend to be more approachable, easy-drinking styles offering good value for money.
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Beef Wellington with Spinach & Bacon

A traditional Beef Wellington is a labour of love, but one that more than delivers on taste. The tender beef fillet will pair nicely with medium-bodied classic red styles including Bordeaux and Rhône Valley reds. Domaine Barville's Châteauneuf-du-Pape is a great match.
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Roast Beef

Match your Sunday roast with a full-bodied, rich red wine with fairly hefty tannins to stand up to the protein in the meat. Ripe Cabernet Sauvignon or classic Rhône reds such as Châteaneuf-du-Pape are a great combination.
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Venison Stew with Sage-infused Glazed Carrots

Rich earthy flavours call for rich earthy wines. Thankfully most countries offer a red that fits this category: think Rhône, Stellenbosch or Bordeaux and you won’t be disappointed. We'd go for Domaine Barville Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

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