Chateau La Vernede Pech Cabrio Languedoc Rouge 2019
Rhone Blends | France
Handed down from generation to generation for over 100 years, today the Chateau de La Vernede belongs to the Ribet family. Jean-Marc, who is in charge, is the great-great-grandson of Henri Calvet, himself a descendant of the first painter of King Louis XIV. The venerable Paux-Rosset family which owns, among many other estates, the culty Chateau La Negly, helps manage the winery with help from the brilliant consulting winemaker Claude Gros. Claude is one of the most respected enologists in all of France and his work in the southern Rhone is unmatched.
This is a rich, beautifully made Languedoc red that is so amazingly priced, you could drink it most every night (we are!). Ripe, full-bodied, creamy and bursting with dark berry fruits and spice, this wine has such myriad characteristics to enjoy. This is the platonic ideal of buy-a-case wine - a tantalizing deal, ready to drink, with enough structure and intensity to keep drinking over the next decade…and it’s amazing with food. Truly, everything you could want and then some, for the utterly ludicrous price of $15 a bottle. Get it while it lasts - we promise you won’t regret it!/p>
About the Producer
- BlendRhone Blend