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Louis Bernard Chateauneuf-du-Pape is a deep garnet red color. The nose is expressive; marked by prunes, dried black fruit, coffee, spices and cedarwood. On the palate, it is fleshy, round, supple and harmonious. ...
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The color is intense, brilliant red. On the nose, aromas of spices and strawberry jam. The palate is harmonious with a long finish. This wine goes well with pork chops and curry chicken salad.
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Deep garnet red colour. This expressive wine opens up to berry fruits underscored by hints of forest undergrowth, spices and balsamic notes. On the palate, it has a nice balance between complexity and roundness. ...
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Enjoy this wine from Rhone Cotes du Rhone produced by Louis Bernard and is a French Still Wine 2013 vintage that is 750ml.
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Color: Cherry red Nose: Concentrated berries and cherries Palate: Ample and fruity with a gentle hint of oak
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Color: Intense red with auburn highlights Nose: Powerful aromas of dried black fruits, hints of animal and cedarwood. Palate: Full and well-balanced; a rich and delicious wine
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Enjoy this wine from Rhone Cotes du Rhone produced by Louis Bernard and is a French Still Wine 2015 vintage that is 750ml.
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Color: Intense and brilliant red Nose: Spices and strawberry jam Palate: Harmonious with a long finish
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Much like the Bordeaux growing regions, Rhone produces different profiles based on where along the river the grapes are grown. The northern end of the river and valley make up a miniscule portion of the wine coming out of Rhone due to its harsher continental climate. Its notoriety stems from it being the birthplace of Syrah. The southern end has a more Mediterranean climate, producing a wide variety of full-bodied reds and rich whites.

There are three levels of distinction for Rhone wines. AOC is the entry-level classification that makes up half of the region's production. Villages AOC is a bit more complex, and Villages AOC is allowed to a limited number of regions with the name of the village to distinguish itself further. Browse our collection to order Rhone wines by the bottle or the case.