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Château De Nages Nostre Pais 2011 Wine Review

Château De Nages Nostre Pais 2011

Château De Nages Nostre Pais 2011

A.C., Costières De Nîmes, Midi, France

Community Score:92/100

Community Reviews: 3

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Price: $19.95

Drink: 2012-2015

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 14.5%

Sweetness: Extra Dry

Wine Type: Red Wine


Winery: Château de Nages

Agent: Du Chasse Wines & Spirits

Natalie's Score: 91/100

A robust and delicious red with aromas of black licorice (it's dry), blackberries, black cherry and smoke. Lovely length and weight. Polished, smooth tannins make it easy to drink now though it'll also keep well in the cellar. This wine was mature for six months in French barrels, with most of it resting on its lees. Terrific price. Gassier is the iconic flagship of the Nimes region, and this wine shows why.

Food pairings: hearty meat dishes, prime rib.

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This Château De Nages Nostre Pais 2011 was reviewed on September 14, 2013 by Natalie MacLean

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Pricing & Stock Information

  • BCLDB
  • 574806
  • $33.62 
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Reviews and Ratings

Andrew Bernardo rated this wine as 92/100 with the following review:

Terrific wine, loaded with black briars, melted licorice, plums, tar, and a hint of garrigue. This producer continues to come up big under $25. 92 Points. (ottawawinejournal.com)
This full-bodied red wine is a blend of 30% Grenache, 20% Carignan, 15% Mourvèdre, 15% Cinsault grapes along with several other varieties.

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