Rhône Valley
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Rating : Robert Parker 90-92/100, Bettane & Desseauve 16/20, Guide Hachette 1*(Very Well-Made wine)
« Looking at the wines, and a new release for this estate, the 2014 Châteauneuf du Pape La Belle Voyageuse is made from 90% Grenache, 4% Mourvedre, 4% Syrah and a splash of Counoise and Vaccarese that was raised mostly in stainless steel tanks, with 15% of the blend aged in barrel. Due to the forward nature of the vintage, this cuvée functions as a second wine and is made in a more forward, charming style than the more structured and serious La Reine des Bois release. Nevertheless, while a second wine for this estate, it's still a huge success in the vintage and offers youthful, forward, and jammy notes of cassis, sappy flowers, violets and graphite to go with a mouth filling, medium to full-bodied style the palate. It has plenty of mid-palate depth, chewy tannin on the finish, and is already hard to resist.» (Wine Advocate 2015 - Robert Parker)

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Winery :
Domaine de la Mordorée
Name of the wine :
La Dame Voyageuse
Vintage :
2015
Appellation :
Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Origin :
Rhone Valley
Colour :
Red wine
Grape Variety :
90% Grenache, 4% Mourvèdre, 4% Syrah, 1% Counoise, 1% Vaccarese
Terroirs :
Partly flat limestones, red sand, and pebble stones
Harvest :
Hand picked
Viticulture :
Certified organic
Vinification :
Destemming. Long maceration and temperature-controlled fermentation during 30 days
Alcohol content :
14,5 %
Aging :
15% in barrels, 85% in stainless steel tanks
Organic wine :
Yes
Appearance :
Ruby red, dark and dense
Nose :
Aromas of red fruits (strawberry, cherry), violet and liquorice
Palate :
Nice body, freshness, loaded with fruits, smooth tannins and nice length.
Drink from :
2016
Drink before :
2025
Serve :
At 16-18°C
Accords mets/vins : To be enjoyed with red meat, semi-matured cheese, little game birds...
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Le Guide Hachette des Vins

Le Guide Hachette des Vins

Wine rated (guide 2018) : 2**Étoiles (Vin remarquable)
Vineyard rated (guide 2019) : 1*Étoile (Vin très réussi)

About this wine : La fraise cuite, les notes kirschées et la garrigue composent un bouquet généreux et engageant. La bouche, très mûre, ne montre pour autant aucune lourdeur. Riche, ronde, gourmande et équilibrée, bâtie sur des tanins fondus, elle offre une version séductrice de l'appellation.

About the vineyard : Un domaine créé en 1986 par Francis Delorme et son fils Christophe (disparu prématurément en 2015), entrepreneurs issus d'une famille vigneronne, rejoints par Fabrice en 1999. Le vignoble couvre 50 ha (en bio certifié depuis 2013), répartis sur 38 parcelles et huit communes. Partisans des petits rendements, les Delorme déclinent les millésimes avec une aisance déconcertante, aussi bien en Tavel, leur fief d'origine, et en Lirac, qu'en Châteauneuf-du-Pape ou en « simple » Côtes-du-Rhône. Incontournable.

Wine Advocate - Robert Parker

Wine Advocate - Robert Parker

Wine rated : 90-93/100 (Vin formidable)
Vineyard rated : Recommended (Winery recommended by the Wine Advocate - Robert Parker)

Guide Bettane & Desseauve des Vins de France

Guide Bettane & Desseauve des Vins de France

Vineyard rated (guide 2019) : 3***Stars (A production of high-quality, that could be used as a reference in its area)

About the vineyard : Le domaine de la Mordorée offre des vins pleins d'expression, sur les plus beaux crus du Vaucluse et du Gard. Ici règne la philosophie vigneronne, tout est mis en oeuvre pour un profond respect des terroirs avec la volonté de produire des vins dignes d'eux. On navigue au gré de vins blancs salins et charnus et de rouges pulpeux et profonds, avec un équilibre juste. Une valeur sûre.

Les Meilleurs Vins de France - Gault Millau

Les Meilleurs Vins de France - Gault Millau

Vineyard rated : 4*Étoiles (Production de très grande qualité)

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Châteauneuf-du-Pape is the largest, oldest, and most famous wine zone in the Côtes du Rhône. In the 14th century the papacy moved to Avignon, and Châteauneuf-du-Pape was chosen as the papal summer residence. The popes residing here—and John XII in particular—fostered wine production in the area and developed the vineyards. Production conditions are a constant throughout the ...
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