Wine Spectator
Domaine de Beaurenard, 2015 Beaurenard Châteauneuf-du-Pape 'Boisrenard'

"This is loaded, with beautifully rendered fig, blackberry and boysenberry confiture flavors that are seamlessly intertwined, while warm fruitcake, melted black licorice and black tea notes chime throughout. The finish ripples with energy, showing finely beaded acidity and a terrific graphite edge. Best from 2020 through 2040. From France.—J.M."
Jeb Dunnuck
Domaine de Beaurenard, 2015 Beaurenard Châteauneuf-du-Pape 'Boisrenard'

"The 2015 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Boisrenard is a solid step up over the classic cuvée and possesses additional depth and richness. Black raspberries, graphite, leather, and hints of scorched earth all emerge from this full-bodied beauty that has impeccable tannin quality, integrated acidity, and a great finish. It shines for its purity and finesse, has no hard edges, and is impeccably balanced. It too will keep for 10-15 years."
Wine Advocate
Domaine de Beaurenard, 2015 Beaurenard Châteauneuf-du-Pape 'Boisrenard'

"This cuvée seems to be getting less oaky, as only 10% of the 2015 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Boisrenard went into new barrels. The dark plum and cola flavors are still coated with a heavy dusting of baking spices, while the texture is rich and velvety. There's a bit of dried-fruit character and a long but heavy and warm finish, hence my reluctance to rate the wine higher. It's still of excellent quality overall."
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2015 Beaurenard Châteauneuf-du-Pape 'Boisrenard'
Domaine de Beaurenard

VARIETALS a symphony of 13 varieties of Châteauneuf du Pape, from old vines 60-100 years in age, with a dominant aroma of grenache, and other red grapes varieties (syrah, mourvèdre, cinsault, counoise, muscardin, Vaccarese, terret noir) and white (grenache, roussane, clairette, bourboulenc, picpoul, picardan).

GRAPES HARVEST: The harvest is 100% manual, with selection of grapes. Each picker is given two buckets and, once the bunches are cut, they separate the finest bunches from the damaged or immature grapes.

WINE PRODUCTION: The grapes are destemmed, slightly crushed and placed in a fermentating vat. These steps, combined with long vatting (26 to 31 days), gently extract the maximum amount of phenolic constituents, tannins, anthocyans and resveratrol which give the wine its structure and colour and also have health-promoting properties.(Yield are low : 15 à 20 hl/Ha).

AGING: The aging during 18 months in oak-barrels ensures a good clarification and roundness of the tannins and so of harmony and balance of the wine before bottling, without filtration, with care at the Estate.

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