Voici la cuvée emblématique du domaine Beaurenard, issue de vignes pour la plupart centenaires qui fournissent un vin puissant, concentré, et apte à la garde. More info
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"The luxury cuvee, the 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape Boisrenard, has a very saturated purple color, a big, sweet nose of toast, chocolate, black currants, and black cherries, with hints of licorice and lavender." Source : R. Parker (10/2009)
Created in 1990, Boisrenard is the domain's prestige cuvée. Produced from a parcel of very old vines (60 to 100 years), this wine spends 18 months in barrels. The concentration of this wine is high, considering the low yields (15-20 hl/ha). No fining or filtration is performed. The refined substance combines spicy and fruity notes, with very noble, prominent yet racy tannins. The finish is extremely long and fresh.
The family run Domaine Beaurenard has been passed down over seven generations and is run today by brothers, Daniel and Frédéric Coulon. There is plenty to keep them busy with 32 hectares in Châteauneuf and 25 hectares in Côtes-du-Rhône-Villages Rasteau. The domain is known for powerful wines and favours ageing potential and the aromatic rewards that come with time, over instantly pleasing cuvées. The wines are fermented in wooden vats and then barrelled and matured over fine lees for between 9 and 18 months.The property was certified organic (Ecocert) as from its 2010 vintage and biodynamic (Demeter) from 2011. Nothing has changed as an outcome of these accreditations but they give the domain ""official recognition”. The crops are sprayed regularly with plant preparations. In the vineyards, the soil is worked without herbicides, carefully-dynamised manure is spread, and a sensible level of grass cover is maintained.
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A superb Pinot Gris in late harvests with a spectacular length. Superb!
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