|Winery:||Château de la Rivière|
|Region:||Spain » Rioja|
Château de la Rivière
On the nose, this wine is bright with currants and dark berries, with sweet spices and cedar rounding it off. On the palate, it is medium-bodied and filled with red and black currants, backed by ripe black cherry and sweet spice. Fine tannins and a ni...
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Varietals Produced by Château de la Rivière View all
Blanc doux, Cinquien, Istarski Tokay, Malaga, Mosler, Sauvignon de la Correze, Sauvignon gros, Sauvignon à gros grain...
Counoise is primarily known as one of the 13 varieties allowed in Chateaneuf du Pape. It adds to the aromatics of the...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
History of the grape: Origins of Tempranillo are murky. It could be indigenous to the Spanish countryside, or it coul...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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Feb 28, 2015
What does a bottle of 2004 Château de la Rivière Fronsac cost today here in Canada in 2015??? Should I keep it or drink it now? Here is my email : email@example.com
I'm not usually a merlot man and this Fronsac really hot the spot. A delightful surprise from a less documented Bordeaux appellation. The notes from the cab grapes really balancing out merlot's silky "hollowness." The Telegraph gave the winery itself a shout out in http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/wine/9548898/Fronsac-the-bridesmaid-of-... Read More
On the nose, this wine is bright with currants and dark berries, with sweet spices and cedar rounding it off. On the palate, it is medium-bodied and filled with red and black currants, backed by ripe black cherry and sweet spice. Fine tannins and a nice acidic zip to the fruit on the finish. Read More
Chalky and minerally aromas mixed with tart blackberry. Subtle yet distinguishable fruit flavors of blackberry, minerals, and chalk, with a springy acidity. Nice and smooth after aeration. Read More
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Had this with some easter lamb at a party. Enjoyed it very much, and it certainly beat the other wines at the table. However I was surprised to find out that it was valued at $70. It was good, but it wasn't that outstanding a Bordeaux to me. Bottle variation maybe? Read More
Nov 13, 2010
I am looking for a present value for a 2000 CHÂTEAU DE LA RIVIÈRE. K
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Jul 31, 2010
Just had a bottle of the 2001 Fronsac. Exceptional paired with Lamb with grilled onions and sweet potatoes. Smooth and held up to the Lamb that was grilled with paprika. Can't wait to try it tomorrow with friends who are bringing smoked pork!
$12.99 at Trader Joes, it was the best VALUE we have ever purchased there. sadly, i bought the only case they received and no one knew anything about additional shipments of the wince. Read More
Full-bodied rich wine with tones of black berry and cassis and dandelion. Earthy. There is nothing subtle about this wine with a rich dark red inky in color, almost black. It most definitely aged well. Read More
We loved this wine. Very memorable. We served it with a rib roast of beef and yorkshire pudding. Beautiful color and very smooth. Read More
As it stands today (September 26, 2009), the tannins in this wine greatly diminish any drinking pleasure. But though closed for business, there is promise for the future. The menthol, notes of sour cherry and green acidity which predominate now should open up to something a bit more soft and graceful in 2 to 3 years. Otherwise, be sure to accom... Read More