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Grenache Noir

Wines from the Grenache Noir grape:

  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rouge 2009

    A full-bodied red from Bandol, the spiritual home of Mourvèdre, with a beguiling, deep purple robe, dark, hedgerow berry scents and a palate of black fruit, spices, dried ceps and game. It makes a fine accompaniment to roast beef, lamb and Autumnal mushroom dishes.

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    • Magnum £49.00
    • Magnum Case £294.00
  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rouge 2010

    A full-bodied red from the Côte d'Azur, with a beguiling, deep purple robe, dark, hedgerow berry scents and a palate of black fruit, spices, dried ceps and game.

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    • Bottle £18.75
    • Bottle Case £225.00
  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rouge 2011

    A full-bodied red from the Côte d'Azur, with a beguiling, deep purple robe, dark, hedgerow berry scents and a palate of black fruit, spices, dried ceps and game.

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    • Half Bottle £10.50
    • Half Bottle Case £252.00
  • Beaumes de Venise: Vielles Vignes Domaine de Durban 2013

    This Beaumes de Venise 'Vielle Vignes' cuvée from Domaine de Durban is a wonderful, life-affirming Southern Rhône red wine with a lovely, sun-baked berry bouquet and a brooding, briary palate with a core of dark, berry fruit over rugged tannins.

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    • Bottle £12.95
    • Bottle Case £155.40
  • Bellet: Domaine de la Source Rouge 2011

    A ruby-coloured, spicy, herb-tinged red Bellet wine that it is a delight to drink and shows high-quality, distinctive, artisanal winemaking at its best. It is dense and spicy with a fine concentration of dark, autumnal fruit and an attractive bouquet of dark cherries and berries.

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    • Bottle £25.50
    • Bottle Case £306.00
  • Château Simone Rouge 2011

    Château Simone Rouge - a rare unreconstructed historical gem. Complex 'cigar box', sandalwood and sous bois aromas precede a rich, evolved palate with some mushroom and resinous notes – it is often mistaken for top-quality Bordeaux. It merits decanting, readily supports a decade’s bottle-age, and will make a perfect foil to a garlic-studded gigot d'agneau or grilled rib of beef.

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    • Bottle £37.00
    • Bottle Case £444.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche - Elisabeth Chambellan 2012

    "Even better than the classic cuvée, the 2012 Châteauneuf du Pape Elisabeth Chambellan Vieilles Vignes is made from 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah that was aged in equal parts foudre and concrete tank. It's is a ripe, muscular effort that has plenty of black raspberry, blackberry, licorice, toasted bread and licorice. Impressive on all accounts, enjoy this medium to full-bodied, rounded, textured and classic Châteauneuf du Pape over the coming decade." 91/100. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - Oct 2014.

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    • Bottle £26.95
    • Bottle Case £323.40
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche Rouge 2010

    "The charismatic mayor of Chateauneuf du Pape, Jean-Pierre Boisson, bottles early and makes some of the most delicious and alluring wines of the appellation. They are not meant for long-term aging, but rather to be drunk in their first 5-8 years of life." Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

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    • Magnum £53.00
    • Magnum Case £318.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Domaine du Père Caboche Rouge 2012

    "It's a forward, supple and sweetly fruited effort that offers up loads of kirsch, garrigue, licorice and pepper on the nose. Playing in the medium-bodied, elegant spectrum, it will evolve nicely for 7-8 years." 91/100. Jeb Dunnuck, www.eroberparker.com - Oct 2014.

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    • Bottle £21.95
    • Bottle Case £263.40
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Le Vieux Donjon Rouge 2011

    "It's a forward, supple and sweetly fruited effort that offers up loads of kirsch, garrigue, licorice and pepper on the nose. Playing in the medium-bodied, elegant spectrum, it will evolve nicely for 7-8 years." 91/100. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - Oct 2014.

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    • Bottle £32.25
    • Bottle Case £387.00
  • Châteauneuf du Pape: Le Vieux Donjon Rouge 2012

    "A classic wine from this estate, the 2012 Châteauneuf du Pape has beautiful kirsch, roasted meat, ground pepper and assorted wild herbs and lavender aromatics, medium to full-bodied richness, and a tight, structured and nicely concentrated palate. Give it 2-3 years and enjoy bottles through 2024." 92/100. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - Oct 2014.

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    • Half Bottle £16.50
    • Half Bottle Case £396.00
  • Collioure: Domaine La Tour Vieille 'La Pinède' 2013

    A rugged, chest-thumping, life-affirming Grenache / Carignan blend imbued with a wealth of briary berry scents and flavours supported by rugged but ripe tannins. It drinks well from release, if decanted, and will age well for a decade. A magnificent partner to local dishes rich in peppers, anchovies and garlic.

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    • Bottle £15.50
    • Bottle Case £186.00
  • Collioure: Domaine La Tour Vieille 'Puig Oriol' 2013

    The Puig Oriol is a dense, dark, brooding red wine that is quintessential Collioure. It has a bouquet of garrigue fruit and dense black fruit, earth and spice tastes and a fine tannic structure.

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    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
  • Costières de Nîmes: Château Roubaud Rouge 2013

    The red Costières de Nîmes wine from Château Roubaud is made from a blend of 30% each of Syrah, Grenache Noir and Carignan along with 10% Cinsault. Bursting with ripe garrigue fruit over earthy tannins and scrubland scents, this crowd-pleasing, chest-thumping red is the perfect foil for robust, rustic dishes – cassoulet or pot au feu spring to mind.

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    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
  • Coteaux d'Aix: Domaine des Oullières Rouge 2012

    This red Coteaux d'Aix wine from Domaine des Oullières is made from a hand-harvested 40% each of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Noir along with 20% Syrah: almost a Rhône – Bordeaux fusion. Mid-weight, versatile, and easy-drinking.

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Côtes de Provence: Domaine Richeaume: Cuvée Columelle 2012

    A dense, dark-ruby coloured wine with a wonderful red cherry nose. It exhibits rather more concentration and evident oak aging than the 'Tradition' cuvée, but has plenty of the Domaine’s signature sleek, dark fruit.

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    • Bottle £27.95
    • Bottle Case £335.40
  • Côtes de Provence: Domaine Richeaume: Cuvée Tradition 2012

    The red 'Cuvée Tradition' from Domaine Richeaume is a long-standing Yapp favourite, blended from Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Noir, and offering a subtle, savoury, mid-weight palate. Roast leg of lamb studded with garlic and anchovies would be the perfect provençal pairing.

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    • Bottle £18.50
    • Bottle Case £222.00
  • Côtes de Thongue: Domaine Les Filles de Septembre 'Tradition' 2014

    Hugues and Roland’s 'Domaine Les Filles de Septembre' Cuvée Tradition has rapidly gained a loyal following and is now one of our top-selling wines. It has a joyful summer berry bouquet and juicy palate of youthful, red fruit, with bright peppery undertones over a background of supple, ripe tannins. Think Bordeaux meets the Languedoc.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Rouge 2012

    The dense, dark Château la Canorgue rouge has wonderful, wild herb scents and garrigue berry flavours supported by a framework of ripe tannins - a round and powerful Provence wine.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Côtes du Rhône: Pascal Frères Cuvée Personelle 2010

    A négociant wine that has graced these pages for decades coming from our old chum Yves Chéron’s 'Pascal Frères' stable. Their über-reliable 'Cuvée Personelle', from a Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre blend, has deservedly garnered a loyal following. It drinks very well with 3-5 years bottle-age.

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    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
  • Côtes du Rhône: Domaine Saint Gayan 2013

    Yapp is known as a Rhône specialist and this is our flagship Côtes du Rhône, so it ought to be very good ...and it is! Spice, jammy fruit and a rich silky finish. This Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Mourvèdre blend exemplifies all that is great about the increasingly-popular Southern Rhône reds.

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    • Bottle £10.75
    • Bottle Case £129.00
  • Côtes du Roussillon: Cuvée Cana 2010

    Made from Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, it merits at least three years bottle-age to reveal it's uncompromising personality. It has diverse spice, leather and sous-bois aromas and a complex palate of berries, mushrooms, game and earth.

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    • Bottle £18.95
    • Bottle Case £227.40
  • Domaine la Tour Vieille: Banyuls Réserva

    Banyuls 'Réserva' is a sweet, red wine - a classic blend of Grenache Noir, Grenache Gris and Carignan. It has a spicy, dried fruit, pluminess, rather like a tawny port. It can be consumed chilled as a decadent pre-prandial sharpener and makes a marvellous match for dark chocolate desserts. An open bottle will keep happily in the fridge for a fortnight, although not chez Yapp alas!

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    • Bottle £19.75
    • Bottle Case £237.00
  • Faugères: Château des Estanilles L'Impertinent Rouge 2013

    A spicy, mid-weight Faugères red wine comprised of Syrah, Grenache Noir, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan. Food-wise, bavette frîtes, confit du canard or a fricassee of wild mushrooms would be ideal.

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    • Bottle £13.75
    • Bottle Case £165.00
  • Gigondas: Domaine du Grand Montmirail 2012

    "Tasted out of barrel and the most impressive of the lineup, the 2012 Gigondas Cuvee Vieilles Vignes is a tank-aged blend of 60% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 10% Mourvedre. Loaded with mineral and crushed stone nuances intermixed with pepper and dark berry fruit, it is dense, concentrated and edgy on the palate, with bright acidity, solid mid-palate depth and fine tannin. It should benefit from short-term cellaring and drink well for 10-12 years. Count me a fan and it's worth checking out." 90-92/100. Drink 2013 - 2025. Jeb Dunnuck - www.ero

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    • Bottle £17.75
    • Bottle Case £213.00
  • Gigondas: Domaine Saint Gayan 2010

    "This rich, attractive red reveals lots of garrigue, licorice, black currant and sweet kirsch notes along with an expansive, round, delicious personality. It is ideal for drinking now and over the next 5-8 years." Drink 2012 - 2020. RP 88. Robert Parker - Wine Advocate - Oct 2012.

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    • Magnum £45.00
    • Magnum Case £270.00
  • Gigondas: Domaine Saint Gayan 2011

    "A blend of 80% Grenache, 15% Syrah and a splash of Mourvedre that’s aged 60% in foudre and 40% in tank, the 2011 Gigondas Tradition is another classic, traditional effort that gives up plenty of wild herbs, pepper, tobacco leaf and underbrush-styled aromas and flavors. Medium-bodied, beautifully made and with solid mid-palate depth and sweet tannin, it too should have a decade or more of longevity." Drink 2013 - 2023. RP 87-89. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate - December 2013.

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    • Bottle £16.95
    • Bottle Case £203.40
  • Grignan-Les-Adhémar: Le Grand Dèves 2013

    This mid-weight, easy drinking blend of Syrah and Grenache is an honest, crowd-pleasing drop for up-market everyday drinking, so it's just the kind of wine to have to hand when the rest of the rugby team decided to stay for supper!

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    • Bottle £9.25
    • Bottle Case £111.00
  • Lirac: Domaine Maby La Fermade Rouge 2013

    The red Lirac La Fermade from Domaine Maby is an under-rated Chateauneuf'-style blend that is the quintessential fireside red wine.

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    • Bottle £12.95
    • Bottle Case £155.40
  • Minervois: Domaine Le Cazal 'Le Pas de Zarat' 2011

    'Le Pas de Zarat' is the Domaine's special cuvée, produced only when favourable conditions prevail, and in limited volumes. Made from a blend of Carignan, Grenache Noir and Syrah, it is packed with dark garrigue fruit scents and tastes with wonderful spicy undertones and pitchy tannins.

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    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
  • Minervois: Domaine Le Cazal 'Tradition' 2014

    A long-time quest for a great value Minervois came to fruition with this cracking little red wine from Domaine Le Cazal. It is a traditional un-oaked wine with fine garrigue aromas and a spicy mid-weight palate of dark berry fruit offset by supple tannins.

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    • Bottle £10.50
    • Bottle Case £126.00
  • Pic Saint-Loup: Mas Bruguière La Grenadière 2011

    A densely structured wine with complex Autumnal fruit flavours supported by rugged tannins with spicy undertones.

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    • Bottle £19.75
    • Bottle Case £237.00
  • Saint-Chinian: Château Milhau-Lacugue 'Cuvée Magali' 2012

    If one were looking for a wine that exemplifies how the Languedoc offers terrific quality at modest prices this would silence any sceptics! Blended from Southern staples Syrah, Grenache Noir and Cinsault, it has a fresh, lip-smacking finish that guarantees you'll want to take another sip.

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    • Bottle £10.50
    • Bottle Case £126.00
  • Saint-Chinian: Château Milhau-Lacugue 'Les Truffières' 2012

    Unmistakably a Mediterranean red, this rich, hedonistic blend of Syrah & Grenache from the Herault is an ideal match for simple, hearty cuisine.

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    • Bottle £13.75
    • Bottle Case £165.00
  • Vacqueyras: Domaine du Grand Montmirail 2012

    "A singed alder note provides the frame here, with steeped cherry and damson plum fruit at the core. A subtle iron accent lines the finish. Drink now through 2016. 89/100." James Molesworth, Wine Spectator.

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    • Bottle £15.25
    • Bottle Case £183.00
  • Vin de Pays de Vaucluse: Le Petit Caboche 2013

    This lip-smacking, supple Grenache-based blend from Vaucluse has dollops of red fruit and warm, spicy flavours. Made by Jean-Pierre Boisson (former Mayor of Châteauneuf-du-Pape) and his daughter Emilie.

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    • Bottle £9.50
    • Bottle Case £114.00
  • Vin de Pays Duché d'Uzès: Domaine Camp Galhan 'Les Pérassières' 2013

    A proper chest-thumping, heart-warming country red with swags of herb-infused garrigue berry flavours over a structure of earthy tannins. Made from a traditional blend of Grenache Noir and Syrah, it's a fine accompaniment to a 'poulet fermier' served with wild mushrooms.

     

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    • Bottle £10.75
    • Bottle Case £129.00
  • Bandol: Mas de la Rouvière Rosé 2014

    The Bunan's rosé wine is hugely popular on the smarter restaurant terraces of the Riviera and we are grateful for our generous annual allocation. It is best served on the sun-drenched deck of a private yacht with a vast platter of fruits de mer, but a pint of prawns in the back garden will suffice in extremis.

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    • Bottle £18.75
    • Bottle Case £225.00
  • Cassis: Clos Sainte Magdeleine Rosé 2014

    As well as the Clos Sainte Magdeleine blanc, François Sack’s estate makes a spot of Cassis rosé from Provençal staples Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. It has delicate red–berry aromas and a savoury, dry finish and it too has a definite affinity for seafood – lobster, langoustines or a simple dressed crab would suffice. Now available in magnums!

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    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
  • Château Simone Rosé 2013

    One of only a handful of rosé wines that feature in Neil Beckett's book '1001 wines you must try before you die' and for good reason. Anyone who thinks rosé is not a serious wine category needs to try this.

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    • Bottle £37.00
    • Bottle Case £444.00
  • Costières de Nîmes: Château Roubaud Rosé 2014

    The Molinier's dry rosé wine is blended from equal parts of Grenache Noir and Syrah. It has quite a full-bodied palate so it stands up well to a garlic-rich aioli or spicy merguez sausages - ideal for picnics and barbecues.

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    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
  • Coteaux d'Aix: Domaine des Oullières Rosé 2014

    This youthful, organic rosé wine from the Coteaux d'Aix, just north of Aix-en-Provence, is a blend of Cinsault and Grenache. Crisp, refreshing and savoury, it's ideal when sipped al fresco with or without some freshly-landed langoustines.

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    • Bottle £10.95
    • Bottle Case £131.40
  • Coteaux du Cap Corse: Domaine Pieretti Rosé 2014

    Up on the stunningly beautiful northern peninsula of the Cap Corse, Lina Pieretti, one of Corsica's few female winemakers, makes a dry, zesty, onion-skin hued rosé that partners seafood perfectly.

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    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
  • Côtes de Thongue: Domaine Les Filles de Septembre Rosé 2014

    The Thongue red is a Yapp bestseller, so we were delighted so discover that their coral-pink rosé ticks all the required boxes too – zesty, dry, refreshing and great value.

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    • Bottle £9.95
    • Bottle Case £119.40
  • Côtes du Luberon: Château la Canorgue Rosé 2014

    Provence is renowned for it's rosé wines, and Château la Canorgue's is a superlative example. Made from Provençal staples Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, it is light enough to be drunk alone but would happily stand up to bouillabaise or a Provençal goat's cheese.

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    • Bottle £13.95
    • Bottle Case £167.40
  • Côtes du Rhône: Domaine Saint Gayan Rosé 2014

    New to our list in 2015, this cracking Syrah / Grenache rosé wine from the ever-reliable Meffres will make for terrific summer drinking.

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    • Bottle £10.50
    • Bottle Case £126.00
  • Lirac: Domaine Maby La Fermade Rosé 2014

    The Lirac rosé from Domaine Maby is a deep brick-pink colour and a great food wine. Pair it with a broad variety of foods from salmon to charcuterie, and it also lends itself well to Oriental cuisine.

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    • Bottle £12.25
    • Bottle Case £147.00
  • Tavel: Domaine Maby La Forcadière 2014

    Tavel: Domaine Maby La Forcadière - a full-bodied rosé wine made in a traditional style. It's a great food wine, beloved by savvy sommeliers, and would go down a treat with a harissa roast chicken or a spicy vegetable tagine, and makes an ideal partner to Asian dishes.

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    • Bottle £12.95
    • Bottle Case £155.40