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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 c... Read more
Good terroir on display in this flagrant, medium-bodied Chacirc;teauneuf. Subtle wet stones, black truffle, smoke, soy and roasted fowl character. ... Read more
The plum/ruby colored 2000 Chacirc;teauneuf-du-Pape possesses an excellent, sweet, full-bodied personality offering plenty of jammy kirsch, plum an... Read more
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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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Good terroir on display in this flagrant, medium-bodied Chacirc;teauneuf. Subtle wet stones, black truffle, smoke, soy and roasted fowl character. Sleek and intense on the slightly burning finish. Best from 2005 through 2010.
The plum/ruby colored 2000 Chacirc;teauneuf-du-Pape possesses an excellent, sweet, full-bodied personality offering plenty of jammy kirsch, plum and currant fruit. It is an ideal candidate for consumption over the next 7ndash;8 years.
The dark plum-colored 1998 Chacirc;teauneuf-du-Pape exhibits the tell-tale seaweed, pepper, and black cherry-dominated bouquet along with spice box and peppery undertones. Medium to full-bodied and purely made, with a nicely layered texture, it should drink well for a decade.
Vibrant kirsch and macerated black currant fruit stretches out over a racy, minerally spine. The long, perfumy finish is filled with black tea and pepper, lingering nicely. Drink now through 2017.
This is an exceptional Châteauneuf-du-Pape at a bargain price! The blend is 50% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 20% Mourvedre and 10% Cinsault. Deep ruby in color with aromas of blackberries and cassis on the nose. Intense flavors of ripe dark berries combine with a rich, balanced hint of spice. Delicate yet bold, this wine has a long, mouthwatering finish that goes on and on. Excellent with steak with peppercorns or grilled lamb chops.
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.
The 2000 Chacirc;teauneuf-du-Pape is sweet on the attack (because of high glycerin/alcohol), with a voluptuous texture, and a fleshy, fat, open-knit, expansive style. Drink this crowd-pleaser during its first 8ndash;9 years of life.
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