- Show All (87)
Editorial Reviews for Telegramme Brunier Chateauneuf du Pape
Butterscotch and black cherry on the nose with just a touch of herbs and a piercing violet top note. On the palate this is very fresh with great acids and unobtrusive tannins that are very soft but add volume in the mouth. The fruit has a muddy, earthy tone that adds nice depth and a touch of complexity to the pure fruit. 88pts
Very good. Had with steak and I enjoyed quite a bit.
Ignore the speculator review , I can get this wine for the mid to low thirties. For that price this works, I'm drinking a glass as I write this.
A very nice Bordeaux blend - went perfectly with my venison steak. Super silky smooth on the palate, with traditional hints of tobacco and leather supported by a well-balanced base. 91/100
A meritage; my 5th wine tasted at the winery. Aromas complete with some pepper, an earthiness and spice. Palate filled with dark fruit, black currants, blackberries, and plums. Structurally balanced and nice complex length.
citrus+lemonlime+honey, tropical fruit. green melon, touch of grass, mineral, dry cherry fruit, green+herb finish, sour?. out of balance?, too light body, steely
medium to dark garnet . red berry+cherry. red fruit+spice,smooth+spice,green-white pepper,fresh finish on fruit
cedar/dark cherry scent, dry, tobacco taste, has a smoky finish
External Reviews for Telegramme Brunier Chateauneuf du Pape
The 2009 Rosso Piceno Superiore Roggio del Filare opens with warm, toasty aromas that recall sweet cinnamon rolls baking in the oven. This spiced, jammy red reveals lovely finesse and silky tannins, but a touch less oak might allow the appealing vibrancy of the fruit to shine through with even more clarity. This is another gorgeous red from Velenosi. Anticipated maturity: 2010–2015. These are the finest wines I have tasted from Velenosi, and emerging producer in the Marche that is very close to making a huge jump in the overall quality of their wines.
Inky ruby. The nose is a step up in concentration from the Brecciarolo, projecting and austere but profound quality to the aromas of decadently ripe black cherry, grilled meat, blood and minerals. Fat, layered and sweet, with smoky black pepper and raspberry liqueur notes, this huge wine offers surprising mid-palate delineation of flavor for its outsized ripeness. Finishes with fine acids, chewy ripe tannins, and very good grip.
Inky violet. Extremely fragrant bouquet offers a potent mix of dark berries, kirsch, licorice and pungent herbs, with a strong mineral undercurrent. Deep, impressively concentrated cassis and candied cherry flavors are framed by big, velvety tannins, picking up mocha and black cardamom on the finish. Boasts great sweetness but no overripe character. Pretty stunning stuff.
Utterly profound, the dense ruby/purple-tinged 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Vieilles Vignes (16.7% natural alcohol) is a blockbuster. Full-bodied with great intensity, superb richness, and tremendous floral, truffle, meaty, raspberry, and blackberry-scented aromas, this wine, which comes from three well-known parcels in Chateauneuf du Pape (La Crau, Gallimards, and Esquirons) exhibits high tannin and good acidity, but the massive fruit and richness from these old vines dominate the wine's personality. Although it is tasting profound at present, shrewd buyers will give it 4-5 years of bottle age, and drink it over the following two decades. RP
Luxurious Drinks offers you: Wine - red - 2005 - Robert Chevillon Nuits-St.-Georges Vieilles Vignes - Frankreich - Region: Bourgogne - Apellation: Côte de nuits - Pinot Noir - 750 ml. 90 RP
This rich red wine is full of blackberries, smoke, fresh tobacco, and violet. An intense bottling with present but approachable tannins, this is ideal with grilled meats and mature cheeses. Made in the area of Montepulciano, located 75 miles southeast of the city of Florence, this accomplished and complex creation is based on Prugnolo Gentile, the local Sangiovese clone.
Quite lush for a 2005, with rich, forward raspberry and boysenberry fruit layered with mocha, fruitcake and Christmas pudding notes. Intense graphite underpinning keeps it all honest. The superlong finish is loaded with raspberry ganache and Turkish coffee notes. Just grows and grows in the glass. Grenache and Syrah. Best from 2009 through 2029.
Food Pairings for Telegramme Brunier Chateauneuf du Pape
Dietary Information: Organic, Certified Sustainable
|Sugar: 4.40 g/l grams per liter|
Coconut Rice Sweet Potato Cheesecake
Spicy Salmon & Avocado Tower
Best Wine Deals
La Posta Malbec/Syrah/Bonarda Cocina Tinto Mendoza (2012)Reviewed
Te Mata Estate Red Bordeaux Blend Hawkes Bay Coleraine (2009)Cellared
Michael-David Vineyards Viognier Lodi Incognito (2006)Wishlisted
Cantine Colosi Nero d'Avola Sicilia IGT Rosso (2007)Wishlisted
Kuleto India Ink Napa Valley Red Wine 2012Commented
Bodegas Arzuaga Navarro Ribera del Duero Crianza (2010)Listed
Wine Pairings for Holiday DiningCommented
Mcmanis Family Vineyards Petite Sirah California (2011)Wishlisted
Castano Monastrell (2012)Wishlisted
Tres Ojos Garancha (2011)Wishlisted