"Ripe dark berries on the nose, followed with a lovely juicy hit of plum, blackcurrant, chocolate and liquorice. Rich, yet smooth."
The 2005 is killer. They deserve way more than some esoteric bronze medal award. If you can still find this, jump on it because the next couple vintages have a totally different character, and you might not taste a wine like this for a few more years.
Food Pairings for Château Jouclary Merlot Blend Cabardès
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