Château Mont Redon 2017 - Châteauneuf du Pape

Châteauneuf du Pape

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92/100 Wine Spectator
91/100 Robert Parker

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Autres Vins de Château Mont Redon

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Autres vins du millésime 2017

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Note
Between 91 and 94
PR rating
91/100
Note WS
92/100
Recoverable VAT
Yes
Colour
Red
Format
Bottle (75cl)
Vintage
2017
Volume
12,50 % vol - 75 cl
Appellation
Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Level
Perfect
Label
Perfect
Region
Rhône
Maturity
To keep
Areas of Rhône
Château Mont-Redon

Product description

 Château Mont Redon 2017 - Châteauneuf du Pape

 

92/100 Wine Spectator 

Cellaring: Best from 2021 to 2035.

Tasted in 2020: "Dark and vinous to the touch, with macerated plum and blackberry forming the core, which evolves slowly, carried by silky but substantial tannins and supported by warm woody details of anise, fruitcake and toasted apple through the finish."- JM

  

- Terroir: The appellation area is located on the left bank of the Rhône, between Orange and Avignon. The terroir is characterised by large rolled pebbles that store the heat of the generous Provencal sun during the day and release it at night. The height of the pebbles is 2 metres; underneath, there is a bank of clay where the roots of the vines draw their water needs: an exceptional terroir.

- Grape varieties: Grenache / Syrah / Mourvèdre / Cinsault / Counoise / Muscardin / Vaccarèse

- Climate : Mediterranean type with particularly hot summers. The Mistral wind blows away the humidity, thus ensuring favourable conditions for the cultivation of the vines.

- Harvesting : It is compulsory to harvest by hand, allowing a selective sorting of the grapes. We attach great importance to this point, which is of prime importance in terms of quality.

- Vinification and maturing: After complete de-stemming, vinification by punching down of the cap for fifteen to twenty days of maceration to ensure maximum extraction of tannins and colouring matter. Once the malolactic fermentation has been completed, half of the blend is aged in 228-litre Burgundy barrels, the other half being kept in vats. After a selection of our best cuvées for bottling at the estate, the wines are grouped together in a single blend. The bottling takes place about 18 months after the harvest. Once bottled, the wines are left to rest for at least 4 to 6 months in our cellars before being shipped.

- Tasting: The red Châteauneuf wines can be appreciated from the second year with a dominant of red fruits. They reach their fullness between the 5th and 8th year, but can be kept for 10 years or more depending on the vintage and storage conditions.

All the bottles offered on the site are in stock and available immediately. Cylinders are sold individually with no minimum order. Delivery costs are fixed: whatever the number of bottles you order.

All orders placed before 12H00 are prepared and shipped the same day, Monday to Friday.

- Delivery information France : Delivery Point Relay 7€ / Home Delivery 10€. Free shipping from 500€ (relay and home) The supplement for delivery in Corsica is 30€. All orders placed before 12H00 from Monday to Friday will be delivered the next day before 13H00.

- Delivery information Belgium : Delivery Point Relay 7€ / Home Delivery 10€. Free shipping from 500€ (relay and home)

• Delivery information : Europe Zone 15 € or 20 €. - The cost is 15 € in zone 1 : Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Denmark, Finlanc, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK. - The cost is 20 € in zone 2 : Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Rep.

During the processing of your order, you will receive an email containing the tracking number of your package in order to follow online the progress of the delivery in real time.

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