Product DescriptionDecanter Magazine Review
Rated 92Easy-going, not too tannic, juicy, fresh and precise, with raspberry acidity. Good length, more structured than many Cotes-du-Rhones. Tannins just a touch dry and fibrous compared to some finer Chateauneufs, but this is very good.
Wine Tasting Notes
Superb deep-ruby red color with purple reflections. The nose reveals a beautiful freshness and a seductive aromatic bouquet combining notes of red fruit, spices and white pepper with a hint of perfectly integrated toasted vanilla. Full bodied, greedy, very soft, the palate presents a very nice balance with freshness and aromas of black cherry jam. The finish is long with a beautiful aromatic intensity and velvety tannins. A Famille Perrin Coudoulet de Beaucastel Cotes du Rhone of great elegance with good aging potential.
Grenache 40%, Mourvedre 30%, Syrah 20%, Cinsault 10%