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Chateau Cabrieres Chateauneuf du Pape 2010

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Goldgelbe Farbe, typische würzige Frucht (reifer Pfirsich, Quitten, Kamille und etwas Butter), voll und saftig am Gaumen. Sehr vielschichtig sein Charakter, gut strukturiert und lang anhaltend im Abgang.

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Snooth User: hwikyung
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Vintage: 2007 09/20/2010

A fine medium ruby in the glass this wine has a rich nose of earth, black tea, and bacon fat, wile on the palate it is dominated by herbal, black cherry, and raspberry flavors and tannins so velvety smooth that you almost don't want to swallow. The wine is nicely balanced and seems to shift its flavors, making it hard to pin down - at one moment redcurrant, at another rosehips. The finish is very nice.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
04/18/2013

The 2010s can be drunk now or cellared for a decade. Both cuvées possess more intensity and richness than their 2011 counterparts. The 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape, a blend of 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 12% Mourvedre and the rest Cinsault from 45- to 90-year-old vines, reveals plenty of balsam wood, Provencal herbs, pepper and kirsch liqueur. It is an attractive, seductive, medium to full-bodied 2010 to enjoy over the next decade.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
12/03/2012

Saturated ruby. Fresh red and dark berries on the nose and palate, with a touch of licorice adding depth. At once juicy and smooth, finishing with good clarity and no rough edges. I suspect that this wine will be enjoyable on the young side.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

The 2010s can be drunk now or cellared for a decade. Both cuvandeacute;es possess more intensity and richness than their 2011 counterparts. The 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape, a blend of 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 12% Mourvedre and the rest Cinsault from 45- to 90-year-old vines, reveals plenty of balsam wood, Provencal herbs, pepper and kirsch liqueur. It is an attractive, seductive, medium to full-bodied 2010 to enjoy over the next decade.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 01/03/2012

A sweeter style of Rhocirc;ne, which will blossom and develop as you enjoy each sip of its lush fruit. This CDP has a plump, unreserved, sexy style. If the thought of pretentious French wines has ever intimidated you, this wine will treat you like a big, overstuffed chair. A party pleaser and a great red to savor unhurriedly.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 06/19/2013

Oxidized aromas of stewed fruit, raisin, fruitcake, spice, dark olive, black currant and cherry. Round and compact with good intensity of flavor and a firm tannic grip to the finish which adds to the length. Drink: 2015.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 01/03/2012

The soft, easygoing 2001 Chateauneuf du Pape reveals cherry and plum-like fruit in its round, generously fruity, straightforward personality. Medium-bodied, with no hard edges, it is an ideal offering for neophytes or restaurants looking for a tasty house wine. Enjoy it over the next 5ndash;6 years.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 01/10/2013

The 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape (which claims as a consultant the excellent oenologist Xavier Vignon) is a blend of 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 12% Mourvedre and the rest Cinsault, aged in a combination of foudres and small oak barrels. It is an impressive dark ruby/plum color, and is front-end loaded with black cherry and black currant fruit as well as hints of licorice, pepper, and spice box. A touch of toasty oak suggests some new wood barrels, but that is largely submerged beneath a cascade of rich, full-bodied, opulent fruit. With an enticing texture and some structure, this wine should be at its best in 2andndash;3 years and drink well for 12andndash;15.


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Goldgelbe Farbe, typische würzige Frucht (reifer Pfirsich, Quitten, Kamille und etwas Butter), voll und saftig am Gaumen. Sehr vielschichtig sein Charakter, gut strukturiert und lang anhaltend im Abgang.

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