Producer : Vignobles Brunier
The Brunier family have long been synonymous with the highest standard of quality in Vaucluse and the Southern Rhône. Their famed ‘Vieux Télégraphe’ Chateauneuf-du-Pape, is widely regarded to be one of the finest wines produced in the area, thanks in large part to the warm micro-climate that their 55-hectare estate enjoys. A blend of (mostly) Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre, this wine offers up aromas of black cherry, earth, and pepper, and is best kept for long cellaring before enjoying – particularly in magnum format!
Pairing suggestion: Barbecue meats, roasts, or a large charcuterie platter!