Château La Gardine – Châteauneuf du Pape – Single WIT Bottle

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1 x 100 ml Château de la Gardine – Châteauneuf-du-Pape (Red Wine)

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Château de la Gardine 2011 – Châteauneuf du Pape

Chateau La Gardine - Chateauneuf du Pape

The intensity of the deep purple colour leads on to a wonderfully aromatic, dark-fruit bouquet. Additional fragrances of liquorice and violet add up to a fascinatingly complex nose. When this wine is young, smooth tannins ensure drinking pleasure.

If allowed to age for up to 15 years, the complex nature of the wine becomes more apparent. It will yield ample proof of its subtle character and origins and will offer a delightful lingering finish. This red wine  WIT Bottle contains 14.5% Alc/Vol.


Variety Blend: 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 15% Mourvedre, 5% Muscardin.

Food and Wine pairing: Hot starters like stuffed vegetables. Grilled or stewed lamb, poultry.


Awards for this wine:

  • 90/100 – Robert Parker Wine Advocate
  • BRONZE  – Decanter World Wine Awards Châteauneuf cuvée Tradition 2011
  • GOLD – Vignerons Independants Concours 2014


The Estate

Neighbour to Château St Roch, Château La Gardine is also owned, since 1945, by the Brunel Family. Château de La Gardine is nestled on a 72 hectares Estate planted with 20hectares of forest and 52 hectares of vines.

Château de La Gardine has a most unique terroir benefiting from 3 different kinds of soils that each brings intrinsic characters. Structure and body are given by the famous Alpine Diluvium round stones. Urgonians limestone fragments brings minerality while the finesse and elegance of this wine are inherited from the brown soils and zaffre of the Miocene Epoch.

Château de La Gardine produces wine under the Châteauneuf du Pape and Côtes du Rhone AOC. Internationally acclaimed the wines of Château La Gardine have enhanced cellars and tables around the world.

Chateau de La Gardine bottles its productions in a special shaped bottle called bottle Gardine.In 1962, While digging to expand his cellar, Gaston Brunel discovered a peculiarly shaped, mouth blowed, bottle. Seduced by the shape Gaston then decide to bottle his entire production in it but had to wait 1964 before he could find an Italian glass master that could reproduce that exact singular shape.

Additional information

Weight 0.125 kg
Dimensions 21.55 × 2.5 × 2.5 cm