Chateauneuf-du-Pape Mourre des Perdrix Domaine de la Charbonniere Bottle 2008

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Berry Bros & Rudd review: Most Exciting Wine of The Vintage Anything with Perdrix in the name tends to attract my at...

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User Reviews for Chateauneuf-du-Pape Mourre des Perdrix Domaine de la Charbonniere Bottle

Winemaker's Notes:

Berry Bros & Rudd review: Most Exciting Wine of The<br/>Vintage <br/>Anything with Perdrix in the name tends to attract my attention and the<br/>wine itself proved very amenable, with a firm, elegant character - not as meaty<br/>as some Châteauneuf, and can argue the better for it. Very<br/>agreeably priced too. <br/>(Tom Cave, BBR Cellar Plan Manager) <br/> <br/>From the most northerly of the Charbonnière holdings, located in the<br/>commune of Courthezon, the eponymous partridge has found its nest above soils<br/>which include more sand and clay than some. The resulting wine has a real<br/>aromatic charm and a palate which juxtaposes dried fruits, forest floor and<br/>with notes of licorice, tar and very finely-wrought tannins. <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

Berry Bros & Rudd review: Most Exciting Wine of The<br/>Vintage <br/>Anything with Perdrix in the name tends to attract my attention and the<br/>wine itself proved very amenable, with a firm, elegant character - not as meaty<br/>as some Châteauneuf, and can argue the better for it. Very<br/>agreeably priced too. <br/>(Tom Cave, BBR Cellar Plan Manager) <br/> <br/>From the most northerly of the Charbonnière holdings, located in the<br/>commune of Courthezon, the eponymous partridge has found its nest above soils<br/>which include more sand and clay than some. The resulting wine has a real<br/>aromatic charm and a palate which juxtaposes dried fruits, forest floor and<br/>with notes of licorice, tar and very finely-wrought tannins. <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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