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The 2006 Patrick Lesec Bargeton is a blend of 80% Grenache, 10% Syrah, and 10% Mourvedre from Chateauneuf du Pape in France and the ABV 15%. The 2006 Clos St Jean Chateauneuf du Pape is a blend of 75% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 4% Mourvedre, 3% Cinsault, 2% Vaccarese and 1% Muscardin from the Rhone Valley in France and the ABV is 14.5%.

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"The deep plum/ruby-tinged 2006 Chateauneuf du Pape Bargeton (80% Grenache, 10% Syrah, and 10% Mourvedre) was aged in 1- to 3-year-old small barrels. The most structured, dense, and tannic of these Chateauneufs, it begs for 2-4 years of bottle age. Aromas of charcoal, roasted meats, grilled Provencal herbs, black currants, and cherries are followed by a deep, chewy, thick, well-structured, muscular wine. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2030." -91+ Points Robert Parker

"Dark red. Pungent raspberry and dried floral aromas, with a suave spice character building with air. Deep, sweet and round, with fleshy red berry flavors and impressive finishing grip. Seriously structured but with no hardness or edges."
91-93 points- Josh Raynolds- International Wine Cellar

This wine scored a median of 91 points in 15 notes! Click here to read all of the notes!

"The wine is destemmed with 3 weeks maceration. It spends 3 months in fermentation. Then, 15% is aged in foudre, 70% in older barrels, and 15% in tank. They are not fined or filtered. The wine is not racked until bottling, sulphur added only at bottling." -Importer

"Some of the vineyards are located in the lieux-dits La Crau, Valori, Le Cristia (located in the east), and Palestor. All of these wines have a high content of old Grenache, and are treated with as little sulfur as possible. They are neither fined nor filtered." -Harry Karis, the Chateauneuf du Pape Book

"The 2006 Chateauneuf du Pape exhibits garrigue, pepper, incense, and meaty black cherry notes interwoven with heady levels of glycerin, abundant sex appeal, and a full-bodied, fleshy finish. It should provide superb drinking over the next 10-15 years."

"What a remarkable group of wines is emerging from proprietor Vincent Maurel, who works with the genius of Southern Rhone viticulture and winemaking, Philippe Cambie. A succession of superb wines began at this estate in 2003, when it finally began to live up to its superb potential (Clos Saint-Jean is one of the largest holders of top vineyards in Chateauneuf du Pape, with 120 acres, including some of the finest sites for old vine Grenache and Mourvedre). This may well be one of the most exciting addresses not only in France, but in the entire wine world. As the following notes testify, the 2006s are even more profound from bottle than they were from foudre and demi-muids. Moreover, 2007 may be the finest vintage at Clos Saint-Jean since 2003. Readers should keep in mind that Maurel and Cambie have aged the old vine Grenache in old foudres and some 600-liter demi-muids, but the Syrah and Mourvedre components are kept in small barrels. In short, these wines are not to be missed! To reiterate, as mind-blowing as the 2007s are, I believe that along with Clos des Papes and a handful of other domaines, Clos St.-Jean's 2006s are the wines of the vintage."-90 points Robert Parker

Cellar Tracker Favorite! This wine scored a median of 91 points in 55 notes. Click here to read all of the notes!

"Edmond Tacussel founded Clos St Jean in 1900...Clos St Jean is one of the largest winegrowers in the appellation, with over 43 hectares of vineyards. Many of the vineyards are in the southwestern part of the appellation, around Bedarrides. The estate takes its name from the lieux-dits Cabane de Saint Jean and Coteaux de Saint Jean. In 1905, Edmond Tacussel planted more than 12 hectares bordering on Vieux Telegraphe in La Crau. Far reaching changes in the cellars began in 2002, including bringing Philippe Cambie on board as consultant oenologist." -Harry Karis, the Chateauneuf du Pape Book

"Fermentation and maceration in concrete tank lasts for 35 days. Grenache is only aged in tank, while the other varieties are aged in new or one year old barrels for about 12 months." -Harry Karis, the Chateauneuf du Pape Book