"The color is deep ruby with carmin highlights. The nose is intense with aromas of fresh and preserved black fruit, soft spicy and mineral notes. The mouth is full and smooth with flavors of black fruit and an Espelette chili pepper finish. This is a wine of character, ready to be tasted as from now. Operating temperature : 16 – 18° C" - Emily Boisson
Producer: Domaine Père Caboche
A wine made by Jean-Pierre Boisson (former Mayor of Châteauneuf-du-Pape) and his daughter Emilie.
Wine: 2017 Vin de Pays De Vaucluse Rouge
Varietals: 40% Caladoc, 30% Marselan, 15% Egiodola, 15% Syrah
Nose: Aromas of raspberry jam, hints of new leather, and upheld with a touch of exotic fruit (mango).
Palate: "This lip-smacking, supple blend from Vaucluse has dollops of red fruit and warm, spicy flavors."
Food: Red and white meats, delicatessen and cheeses
Cellaring: Drink now
Domaine Père Caboche - Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Southern Rhone
For centuries, Jean-Pierre Boisson’s ancestors have been both wine growers and blacksmiths. The family’s nickname “Caboche” derives from the old Provencal word for horseshoe nails, by which the estate is still known. Jean-Pierre is the former long-serving mayor of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Today, he runs Domaine Père Caboche with his daughter Emile.
Jean-Pierre and Emile are proud to follow a traditional approach to winemaking that respects the environment and allows for the vines to grow naturally.