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Domaine de la Charbonnière Châteauneuf-du-Pape Les Hautes Brusquières 2020/19/15/13/12/11

60% Grenache, 39% Syrah, 1% Counoise

Single vineyard cuvée from the locality called “Brusquières” towards the northern end of the appellation. Large rounded rocks over a clay, sandy soil with a clay subsoil.

Deep purple in colour reflecting the higher concentration of Syrah in the blend. Wonderfully complex nose of dark fruits, violets, minerals and black pepper with notes of liquorice. Full-bodies on the palate the wine has a huge impact in the mouth. Wonderfully structured wine reflecting the very rocky terroir with layers upon layers of flavours. Great finish. Could be drunk young but you really should wait 5 years before tucking into this wine.


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Producer profile

The domaine is now run by the fourth generation of the Maret family, Veronique and Caroline. The original vineyards were purchased in 1912 by Eugene Maret as a gift for his wife. The estate was enlarged by their son, Fernand and his son, Michel was the first to produce wine in 1973. The estate includes 19ha in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, 6ha in Vacqueyras and 2ha of Côtes du Rhône. The terroir of Châteauneuf-du-Pape includes two large plots of quite distinct terroir which produce two quite different cuvées, “Mourre des Pedrix” (sandy soils) and “Les Hautes Brusquières” (stoney soils). The main Châteauneuf-du-Pape “Cuvée Domaine” is produced from a blend of many small, plots of varying terroir in the north east of the appellation. The Vacqueyras wine is grown on a stoney, clay plateau. The majority of the wines are fermented and aged in very “foudres” (large oak casks).
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