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Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf du Pape Red wine 2014

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82,90 €
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This wine Vieux Telegraphe Chateauneuf du Pape 2014 is undeniably a great wine from the Rhône Valley, silky and very elegant despite its racial and powerful character. This vintage is full-bodied but also has a superb finesse, as well as velvety tannins. The complex aromas of ripe red fruits, flowers and spices are a delight, as on every cuvée of the Brunier family.

The very confidential plots of the Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe are located on the stony plateau of La Crau, the vines are 65 years old on average. An ageing of twenty months in French oak lightning is necessary and then a minimum two-year ageing in bottles in the cellar of the wine estate is also dispensed before the sale.

This wine is served with

This Vieux Telegraphe Chateauneuf du Pape Red 2014 can be served at 17°C and will ideally accompany a roast of deer with cranberries, a pheasant in a cocot or a rack of wild boar... To decant one hour before the service.

The domain

The name «Vieux Telegraphe» was given to the 17 hectares of vines on which Claude Chappe, inventor of the optical telegraph, had installed a relay tower in 1821. Today this great name of the Rhone Valley is among the elite of the Châteauneuf du Pape and stands out for its «style» created by the Domaine Brunier.
Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe has been operated by the Brunier family since 1891, for six generations. The Brunier family operates several vineyards: Vieux Telegraphe, Telegramme, Piedlong, Pigeoulet, Mégaphone, Massaya (a small pearl in Lebanon) and many others in the Rhone Valley. Henri Brunier, in 1891, gave birth to this beautiful family history in Bédarrides. More than a century later, Domaine Vieux Telegraphe and its associated vineyards were exploited by the fifth generation of winemakers, and soon the sixth.
Domaine Brunier seeks the perfect balance between richness, structure and aromatic complexity, as evidenced by the Châteauneuf du Pape Vieux Telegraphe red and white. They are elaborated from the oldest vines of the Domaine, which offer complex, powerful and fine wines. Telegramme Red is more affordable, while roundness and flexibility. Brunier family also vinify the vintage «Le Pigeoulet» in Vin de Pays du Vaucluse and a vintage called «Megaphone» in Ventoux appellation. These are two exceptional quality/price ratios, both tender, fresh and fruity.

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