Château Puech-Haut Coteaux du Languedoc Saint-Drézéry 2010

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Soft, elegant, fruity with good concentration.

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Finally, I get to find out how the other half lives.... The smell is AMAZING. Unlike any wine I've ever experienced (as I do not drink $100+ bottl... Read more

It is a full bodied, luscious red with no hard edges. The wine is complex and aromatic with notes of dark fruits, herbs, chocolate, and spice. Read more

Puech-Haut s 2009 Coteaux du Languedoc Saint-Drezery Quercus - named for a prominent oak tree at this spot in their vineyards not for oak employed ... Read more

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Snooth User: grittyk
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05/07/2012

Finally, I get to find out how the other half lives.... The smell is AMAZING. Unlike any wine I've ever experienced (as I do not drink $100+ bottles from France). All I can say is, what incredible juice! Tastes bone dry and mineraly, but smells overflowingly wet and juicy and floral. The mind registers both and says "YUM!" I'd give it 93-95 points.


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Source: Vines Wine and Spirits
05/30/2013

It is a full bodied, luscious red with no hard edges. The wine is complex and aromatic with notes of dark fruits, herbs, chocolate, and spice.


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Vintage: 2009 11/20/2013

Puech-Haut s 2009 Coteaux du Languedoc Saint-Drezery Quercus - named for a prominent oak tree at this spot in their vineyards not for oak employed in elevage - represents their exploration of pure Grenache vinified without de-stemming. Violet and rose petal mingle with scents of strawberry and black raspberry preserves whose sweet juices richly and caressingly coat the palate tinged with tamarind and licorice and underlain by a saliva-inducing impression of salted roast meat pan drippings such as I would more have expected from a Syrah- or Mourvedre-dominated cuvee. What s more there is a faintly but insistently tart edge to the berries here that offers a sense of excitation. That said these virtues have to work against considerable sense of alcoholic heat in an otherwise luxuriant finish even though we re dealing here with a grape in general notoriously welcoming of high must weights. It should be fascinating to see how this develops over the next several years but I m not going to try to handicap it beyond then until I see for myself. Robert Parkers Wine Advocate.


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Vintage: 2009 11/20/2013

Puech-Haut s new all-Mourvedre bottling 2009 Coteaux du Languedoc Saint-Drezery Bosc Negre strikes me as supporting the reasonable hypothesis that this grape is especially well-suited to an expressive performance if one s going to let one s fruit ascend to 15% alcohol. Plum preserves and chocolate laced with bay and brown spices make for a head-turning nose and are joined by roasted red meat character on a sumptuous fine-grained yet persistently juicy palate. Whereas the corresponding Recantou and Cante Lebre bottlings tended toward the confectionary there is a sense of freshness as well as transparency to carnal and stonily mineral elements to the rich fruit on display here. And whereas a certain superficial note of toasted oak also crept into the aforementioned bottlings here any such impression is integrated to the point of background enhancement and the wine finishes with sappy energetic persistence without any impression of heat or drying. This received more frequent racking (including rack-and-return during fermentation) than the other Puech-Haut 2009s so as to ward-off reduction and enhance textural richness and it has worked. Cambie maintains that "at the beginning of its elevage this was quite introverted . but then Bandol too often needs a long elevage. Like Grenache Mourvedre is less forgiving in the cellar than is Syrah but in the end you have a wine of more fat yet more elegance." I can t disagree and it will be fascinating to follow this beauty over the next decade or so especially in comparison with certain of the more flamboyant Bandols or Mourvedre-heavy Chateauneufs. Robert Parkers Wine Advocate.


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Vintage: 2004 12/06/2010

A blend of 60% Syrah and 40% Grenache, this wine shows beautiful components of raspberry preserves, juicy red plum guts, rosemary, licorice and hints of violet. Vibrant and fruity with a lighter weight than its attributes might suggest and a clean, l... Wine Enthusiast. A Proprietary Blend wine from Languedoc Roussillon in France. 2004 Chateau Puech-Haut Coteaux du Languedoc St Drezery 750ml


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Vintage: 2004 10/16/2009

A Proprietary Blend wine from Languedoc Roussillon in France. 2004 Chateau Puech-Haut Coteaux du Languedoc St Drezery 750ml


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Winemaker's Notes:

Soft, elegant, fruity with good concentration.

Soft, elegant, fruity with good concentration.

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