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Rating: 93 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Rhone Country:France
Varietals: Grenache / Garnacha ABV:15.5%

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93 Pts Wine Spectator

"Kirsch, bitter cherry, damson plum and red licorice notes take on a racy feel, with shiso leaf and warm paving stone notes on the finish. Lovely, refreshing acidity runs from start to finish, leaving a mouthwatering feel and bringing you back. Far more elegant than the previous house style at this domaine. Best from 2014 through 2027. 400 cases made. -JM" (2013)

93 Pts Josh Raynolds - Vinous Media

"Full red. A heady bouquet evokes red and dark berry preserves, potpourri and spicecake, with a bright mineral accent. Juicy, penetrating and pure, offering sweet raspberry and cherry compote flavors and a zesty kick of blood orange. Silky tannins come on late and add grip to a long, sappy and sharply focused finish. This wine should age gracefully on its balance." (02/13)

92 Pts Robert Parker - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"An exciting wine, the 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Prestige offers sweet kirsch liqueur, black raspberry, lavender and licorice notes that give it a traditional/classic personality. Deep, loaded, full-bodied and rich with an evolved, open-knit style, it can be drunk now or cellared for 10-15 years."

"For many years, this small 12-acre estate leased their vineyards to other firms. However, they began making their own wines in the late eighties and now boast Philippe Cambie as their consultant. All of their parcels are located in two lieux-dits, Bois de la Ville and Les Grandes Serres, in the southwestern sector of the appellation, near Domaine Saint-Prefert. In 2010 they added a third parcel of vines planted in the sandy soils of La Crau." (10/12)


"Mid ruby. Lots of gas. Sweetness and very easy rose-flavoured fruit but not a long term bet. Showy and flattering. Exuberant. Drink from 2015 to 2022. (JR)" (12/11) - 16.5 out of 20 Points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages.

"The Royer family has been farming winegrapes in Chateauneuf du Pape since the 1800s. More specifically, they have been growing grapes in the very best parts in the southern sector of this historic area. Due to financial constraints, Jean Marie's mother needed to lease out their vineyard holdings to ensure a consistent income while Jean Marie was a young boy. At age 18, already having plenty of experience in the vineyards, he decided to formally learn oenology. At this point he would begin to purchase the land the family had rented out to such renowned estates such as Tardieu Laurent. Today Royer is making his wines from about 12 hectares of vines in the prestigious areas of Bois de la Ville, Les Grandes Serres, and recently a very small portion of La Crau located next to Rayas."

"When I met Jean Marie for the first time, he came right out and apologized that the recent reviews in the American press were not higher. I had seen the reviews going back several vintages and I wondered what in the world he was apologizing about since his wines consistently ranked among the best of the region. (90-94 pts for those keeping score.) He went on to say that maybe he could have made wines that would have received higher scores but he wasn't willing to change the style that he prefers in order to do that. To paraphrase him, the wines from this warm southern region are plenty powerful and ripe on their own, they don't need to be forced into another dimension."

"Later we would go on to talk about his past as a rugby player after tasting though various tank, barrel, and bottle samples. At this point I began to understand the reasoning behind the intial apology. Jean Marie is a man with a heart of gold but inside, by his own admission, he is fiercly competitive, and it's evident he takes real pride in his work. At this point in his life, now in his mid-40s, no longer playing rugby at the competitive level, making Chateauneuf du Pape is his game and he takes it very seriously." "Certainly when it comes to the recent French press, Jean Marie is proudly floating at the top with the recent "Our Discovery" feature in La Revue du Vin revue of 2010 Southern Rhone. Here Royer was ranked in the same elite "exceptional" grouping with Chateau Rayas, Clos du Mont-Olivet, Charvin, Domaine la Barroche, Domaine les Cailloux, Mayard and Bois de Boursan." - Importer