Châteauneuf-du-Pape red






Great wine with the 2010 vintage is breathtaking. As its concentration is in equilibrium with a patina and extraordinary elegance.


Châteauneuf du pape Red 2010 Médaille d’Argent Concours Général Agricole  2012

Châteauneuf du pape Red 2010 Grand Prix d’Excellence Vinalies 2012

Châteauneuf du pape Red  2010  Médailles de Bronze  Concours Millésime Bio 2013

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Leg of the 2009 vintage is there! The wine looks generous, ample, with aromas of ripe fruit (but not cooked). A spicy freshness we shears buds


 Châteauneuf du pape Red  2009 - Médaille de Bronze - Mâcon 2010  

Châteauneuf du pape Red  2009 - Prix des Vinalies - Vinalies 2011

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It is a very aromatic wine, balanced, greedy, enjoyable and really like.
Its peculiarity is that the part usually reserved for vintage Boisrenard was assembled with the wine Domaine de BEAURENARD, which increases its quality.
You will find in this 2008 vintage, all that is renowned Beaurenard over the years regardless of the vagaries of


  Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2008  Médaille d'Or  et Félicitation du Jury  Orange 2009
  Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2008  Diplôme d'honneur St Marc 2009

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2007  is a great vintage.
This wine is full, round which fills the palate. It is very complex, especially it has a long finish with hints of ripe fruit.
This vintage ask the rest in the cellar
a few years ...


 Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2007   " Vintage Life" said R.PARKER


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The 2006 vintage is a great vintage. The wines have great aromatic expression,
many rounded tannins present but never bulky, with a nice character.
The beautiful days of summer have led to a nice ripe grapes without the drought nesoit important. Yields are well controlled, but less low that they
years, (33hl/Ha in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, 39hl/Ha in Côtes-du-Rhone Villages Rasteau, 44
hl / ha in Cotes-du-Rhône). If you prefer to let it rest in the cellar, no problem, he has the stuff to take a few decades.


Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2006  Médaille d'Argent Orange 2007


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This great wine comes from the best terroirs of the appellation. The traditional culture of the vineyard, in Pest since many years, can make the most of.
The symphony of the thirteen varieties we get a great complexity in our wines. The main grape varieties (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cinsault) expressed remarkably in this fabulous terroir, and are complemented by other traditional varietals (Counoise, Terret, Muscardin, Vaccarèse)
The harvest is still entirely manual - and as was once-, two buckets, to sort the grapes directly to select the finest grapes, ripe and healthy, the only ones capable of giving Big Vins.2005 is a vintage exception, and its future is assured! It is the result of a particularly hot, but also very windy. The color purple is impressive for a wine made from grenache. It is spicy and has a side a little balsamic. His nose is explosive, with great fruit. Despite his youth, we can very complex on a range that varies between the spices and fruit. It is breathtaking, with a remarkably smooth, and incredible length.


• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2005 Médaille d'Or Orange 2006
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2005 Médaille d'Argent CGA Paris 2007
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2005 Médaille de Bronze CNCP 2006


Bettane & Desseauve

** Deep, beautiful mature livestock, length sweet, fruity roundness and depth, a large ripe fruit. (16.5 / 20)


Gault Millau 2008

*** The Châteauneuf du Pape red 2005 has a lot of density, but are not disguised with a beautiful expression of fruit and terroir for wines of impressive finals and fresh mint.


Wine Spectator ( avril 2008)

** This has lots of juicy grip, with a strong, biary undertow supporting red and black licorice, hot stone currant paste, tobacco and chestnut notes. The long, muscular finish is typical of the vintage. Best from 2010 through 2025. 100 cases imported. (92/100)



This fine wine comes from the best terroirs in the appellation. Traditional cultivation of the vines – lutté raisonnée (sustainable agriculture) methods have been used here for many years – gets the very best from them.

The symphony of 13 grape varieties enables us to craft wines of great complexity. The main varieties (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault) express themselves remarkably well in this fabulous terroir, and are supplemented by other traditional local vines (Counoise, Terret, Muscardin, Vaccarèse).

We still pick our grapes entirely by hand and – like in the old days – with two buckets, so the fruit can be sorted immediately: we keep only the finest bunches of ripe, healthy grapes, which alone will produce great wines.

The 2004 is notable for its remarkably balance. Deep colour. A fairly expressive bouquet for such a youthful wine, with aromas of black fruits, liquorice and garrigue, and a very elegant floral lining. On the palate, the various components are well harmonised: nicely rounded, lively, with excellent structure and aromas from all the main families: animal (fur), balsamic (resin, vanilla), wood (oak), spice (nutmeg, pepper, liquorice, garrigue, oriental spices), empyreumatic (good tobacco, flintstone), floral (violet, lilac), fruit (wild berries, blackcurrant, cherry, raspberry, bilberry), plants (sweet bay). This wine will beguile beginners and discerning buffs alike. It can be drunk young, or laid down and "forgotten" for a decade or more…


• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2004 Or and commended by the jury - Orange 2005
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2004 Silver Medal CNCP 2005
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2004 Silver Medal Macon 2005


The heatwave and drought have made the 2003 a highly concentrated vintage. Very chewy, but not lacking finesse. Our grapes varieties are well suited to these extreme conditions, and didn't suffer too much; yields are low, but quality is high. An aromatic array typical of the vintage, with very (but not overly) ripe fruits, with topnotes of cherry and plum, and laced with spice, liquorice and garrigue scents…


• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2003 Gold Medal CGA 2005
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2003 Gold Medal CNCP 2004
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2003 Gold Medal Orange 2004
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2003 Bronze Medal Macon 2004
• Châteauneuf du Pape Red 2003 Diplôme d’honneur St Marc 2004


The Wine Advocate
(90 – 92) : This is another great success for Beaurenard. It boasts a deep ruby/purple color in addition to sweet aromas of crème de cassi, ink, licorice, and melted asphalt. Seriously endowed and heady, with high levels of alcohol, glycerin, and concentration. Supple tannin, and low acidity, it should drink beautifully for a dozen or more years.

Coup de cœur du Guide Hachette Wine Guide 2006
"Silver Bunch" (awarded to remarkable wines)
This wine's dark purple colour, candied flavours and inner harmony make it suitable for lengthy laying-down.

Vins et Santé
A remarkable dark vermilion necklace with luminous tints. On the nose, a pot-pourri of fruity scents (blackberries, morello cherries) and flowers (violets, irises) with a subtle underlay of oak and spice (cloves). On the palate, straight from the attack, plenty of delicious chewiness, nicely ripe and well-tempered tannins, and a coalition of flavours: bilberries, cumin, and hints of toast and vanilla. An appealingly harmonious finish of fruit and flowers. A warmly inviting wine, to be served leisurely with a mallard with chanterelles or salt-crusted duck breasts.

Petit Futé
Gold Medal at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2005

Wine Spectator
2003 in Châteauneuf du Pape
Tasting at 12 top domaines provide a previem of an exciting year
The wines are then moved to mix of foudres and barriques for malolactic fermentation. For the regular cuvée, called Domaine de Beaurenard, 5% of the barrels are new, and the wine is aged for a year before bottling. The 2003 shows kirsch, spice, licorice, tobacco and briar flavors, followed by great grip on the finish.

Le Monde
A generous bouquet of fresh fruit and spices; on the palate, gourmand and straightforward, with good length and harmonious balance. (16/20)

Bettane & Desseauve
Beaurenard for both cuvées, white and red
*****Deep ruby colour, and a generous bouquet combining delicate notes of strawberries and spice. On the palate, as yet ample and straightforward, and very gourmand. Long, balanced and appealing harmony. 16/20.

Wine Spectator
Insider Vol. 1 December 14, 2005
94 points | $45 | 6,250 cases made
Big wine, with a wall of structure around a core of black currant, blackberry and fig fruit. Plenty of exotic spice, dark chocolate, licorice and graphite notes skitter in the background, with a long finish that drips with fruit. Best from 2008 through 2025.