Click here to see wines that are similar
Sending wines as gift has never been easier. Simply click the button at the checkout and will not include any invoices in the package.
We offer most competitive shipping rates. Shipping cost is directly related to the weight of the package. Please add the items to your cart to see the precise cost of the shipping to your destination.
We strive towards operational excellency and 100% satisfied customer record. If for any reason you are not happy about your order, you have the right to cancel your order within 14 days of the purchase for the full refund. For details please refer to 8Wines.com Returns & Refund Policy.
Our checkout is 100% secured with the industry's best 256bit encryption. You can checkout using major credit card or Paypal.
Our multilingual support staff is here to help you through every step of the way. Our helpdesk business hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
DetailsDrink now through to 2035. No need to decant before serving.
This opulent Chateauneuf du Pape opens with an intense bouquet of cedar, crushed dark berries and cigar smoke while the first sip reveals a luscious full body, well-developed tannins and firm structure which will respond well to extended cellaring. On the palate the sophisticated flavour profile features hints of leather, dried Mediterranean herbs and wildflowers along with rich cassis, black cherry and plum.
This Cuvée Spéciale is one of the winery’s finest bottlings and is crafted from very low-yielding 80-100 year old Grenache vines planted on top quality sandy soils. The wine is produced in tiny quantities and matured in new French oak barrels for 12 months followed by a further 12 months in large oak casks or foudres.
Domaine Tardieu Laurent was founded in 1994 and does not own any vineyards, preferring to purchase top quality young wines from the southern and northern Rhone regions. The project was born out of a collaboration between Dominique Laurent who is famed for his exquisite Burgundies and up-and-coming winemaker Michel Tardieu. Working as a negociant allows the winery to buy the very finest wines each vintage and they insist on only purchasing from small producers who own old vines of at least 50 years.