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2015 Château Raspail Meffre

75cl Volume

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2015 Other vintages
2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010
Appellation:Gigondas (Rhône, France)
Winery: Meffre
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Grapes: Grenache (60%), Syrah (30%), Mourvedre (10%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The 2015 Château Raspail Meffre ($20.70) of Meffre: a red wine from Gigondas with a blend based on mourvedre, syrah and grenache of 2015. At Drinks&Co, this red wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.

Description of 2015 Château Raspail Meffre

2015 Château Raspail Meffre (Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre)


  • View: dark red.
  • Nose: rich and elegant nose, aromas of black olives.
  • Mouth: The attack is frank and focused, a delicate roundness, enveloping palate and a long finish.


VINEYARD: 26% of the vineyards are planted on hills, limestone soil and stones Dentelles Hills. The remaining 74% located in the plain "Terrasses du Mindel". Soil composed of clay and many stones.

GRAPES: Grenache 60%, Syrah 30% and 10% Mourvèdre.

PREPARATION: prepared according very nature friendly methods, no chemical pesticides are used.

PAIRING: poultry, vegetable dishes, spicy dishes, mushrooms, pâté, mature and spicy cheeses, red meats, stews, truffles, game, poultry, soft and creamy cheeses.

ALCOHOL: 14.5%

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Reviews of 2015 Château Raspail Meffre


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The alliance of a reasoned culture of vineyards and traditional winemaking in the cellars of the Château Raspail gives birth to a dense and delicate wine with intense aromas of red fruits harmoniously It accompanies red meat and game
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Château Raspail Meffre 2015

Reviews of other vintages of 2015 Château Raspail Meffre2010


It was served while having an appetizer. It is always good to share wine, but this is especial.
This is very pleasing to the eye. Strong smell of violets, it seemed odd. Perhaps I noticed it too acidic.
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Charles Walcott