Iconic Châteauneuf-du-Pape is one of France’s richest, most sought-after red wines. And since “2012 is an extraordinary vintage for the Southern Rhône” (critic Jeb Dunnuck), now’s a perfect time to secure your taste.
We can’t think of a better way to celebrate such an amazing harvest than with the flagship Châteauneuf-du-Pape of our friend, Thierry Ferlay. He’s something of a Rhône virtuoso: his Châteauneufs have a long history of racking up major acclaim, with golds, trophies, and critical praise. The 2016 release is no different: it sports a Gilbert & Gaillard gold medal, plus 90 point scores from The Wine Advocate and critic Jeb Dunnuck, who called it "ripe, rounded, and beautifully textured."
Le Prince draws its award-winning, dark berry and spice flavors from carefully selected Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre grapes that were harvested by hand from Thierry’s favorite vineyards. It’s an ideal red to serve at a special dinner, whether you’re entertaining or enjoying a quiet night at home. Try roast beef or lamb, meaty pastas, or mushroom/quinoa sauté.
Being a stickler for only the finest quality, Thierry (sadly) only made a small amount of his 2012 – we recommend you order yours today.