Domaine du Vieux Lazaret / Châteauneuf-du-Pape (2016) / 750mL

Domaine du Vieux Lazaret / Châteauneuf-du-Pape (2016) / 750mL

  • $40.00

Grapes: Cinsault, Grenache, Mourvèdre, and Syrah

Geography: Rhône Valley, France

Appellation: Châteauneuf-du-Pape


Wine Spectator 93 points - Ripe and forward in feel, featuring crushed raspberry and blackberry compote notes, mixed with red licorice, blood orange, rooibos tea and fruitcake hints. Silky from start to finish, with a subtle sanguine thread lacing up the finish. Very enticing. Best from 2020 through 2037. 16,000 cases made, 2,000 cases imported..February/2020Domaine du Vieux Lazaret Châteauneuf-du-Pape red has a full deep colour with the bouquet of spice and old leather, with flavour and balance of tannin, length and ripe fruit. It can be enjoyed over 8-12 years, and accompany all red meats, casseroles and cheeses.


Deep crimson. Ripe dark berries, turning to spices. Smooth and persistent with aromatic fullness.

The vineyards of Domaine du Vieux Lazaret are spread over 93 hectares (230 acres), split into 35 different parcels of vines throughout A.O.C. Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It is today amongst the largest domaines in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, with 83 hectares (205 acres) planted in red grape varieties and 10 planted with white grapes. The number of parcels enables the Domaine to give greater complexity to its wines due to the diversity of soils, grape types and differing ages of vines.

The viticultural practices are strictly controlled and follow those traditions practised for many generations. The pruning is only done by those vineyard workers who are extremely experienced, and follow the strict rules of the appellation, with some vines trained on wires and others trained low to the ground. The soil in the vineyard is regularly worked to allow proper aeration, with regular application of compost, and other treatments to maintain the best organic level and condition of the soil. Harvesting of the grapes is done entirely by hand, with very strict selection of the best grapes to enhance the quality of the Domaine wine. The vines have an average age of 40 years.

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