Jacumin Chateauneuf du Pape La Begude des Papes 2016
Oh ho ho. The Force is strong with this one.
So is our price -- over 50% OFF!!
But, first let us remind you that the ‘16s...oh, the heavenly ‘16s...are just EPIC. Jeb Dunnuck recently wrote of ‘16 Southern Rhone: “The 2016s are on another level...The wines are beautifully concentrated and structured – on par with 2010 – yet have a more open, sexy, voluptuous style...This is truly an extraordinary vintage.”
This is the vintage to buy, and buy big. JACUMIN! 92 POINTS! Wicked price, of course, and the wine is extraordinary. The fantastic kirsch and raspberry liqueur coats your mouth, and is as pure and mouth-watering as your dreams. There is a lightsaber-like freshness, with spices and sweet herbs and a rich, silky texture. So good. AHHH! Get me another glass!
…AHH. Thanks. So --- there you have it, another brain-shattering deal on ‘16 Chateauneuf-du-Pape from a 4th generation family of winemakers -- this is truly a family operation -- the kind we like!! We brought in as much as we could, but since every serious wine geek on earth is snapping these up, best move quick…!
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Technical DetailsCountry: France
Blend: 70% Grenache, 15% Mourvedre, 12% Syrah, 3% Cinsault
Varietal: Rhone Blend
Aging/Cooperage: Vinification takes place in cement vats. The wine is aged in a combination of vats (80%) along with used, French oak barrels and demi-muids (20%) before bottling.
About The Producer
Domaine Albin Jacumin is another recent success story in the Chateauneuf du Pape appellation. Although, the Jacumin family has been involved in making wine in the Southern Rhone Valley for almost 120 years.
Domaine Albin Jacumin was founded in 1991. The creation of the domaine and its vineyard came about with the vines owned by the Jacumin family were merged together. The first vintage for the estate was the 1995.The vines are planted in the les Brusquieres lieu-dit. The grapes are destemmed. Vinification takes place in cement vats. The wine is aged in a combination of vats along with used, French oak barrels and demi-muids before bottling. The production is on average 2,500 cases per year.
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