Clos Saint-Michel Châteauneuf-du-Pape Vin Rouge Vin Tranquille France Rhône A.o.c. Franck et Olivier Mousset Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2007

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The white Chateauneuf is just sublime: aromas of acacia and wild mint jostle with honey, beeswax and vanilla, a mouth...

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- Tasted at Total Wine 3/6/10 Read more

This is a ponderous, clumsy wine. Good depth of fruit, but a bit much on the leather, tar side of the flavour spectrum. Pricey for current enjoym... Read more

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Snooth User: VegasOenophile
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3.00 5
03/06/2010

- Tasted at Total Wine 3/6/10


Snooth User: Whinoceros
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1.50 5
10/09/2010

This is a ponderous, clumsy wine. Good depth of fruit, but a bit much on the leather, tar side of the flavour spectrum. Pricey for current enjoyment, and I see no improvement with time.


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Winemaker's Notes:

The white Chateauneuf is just sublime: aromas of acacia and wild mint jostle with honey, beeswax and vanilla, a mouthful of subtle pleasure. This is a didapper palate, a wine whose flavours seem to disappear only to bob up again like a nervous dabchick. Grenache 30%, Clairette 30%, Roussanne 20%, Bourboulenc 20%, all the grapes being manually harvested and fermented separately in 225 litre oak casks. After twelve months, and after a rigorous selection process, the wines are blended. Both colours of Chateauneuf will age happily for ten years or more.

The white Chateauneuf is just sublime: aromas of acacia and wild mint jostle with honey, beeswax and vanilla, a mouthful of subtle pleasure. This is a didapper palate, a wine whose flavours seem to disappear only to bob up again like a nervous dabchick. Grenache 30%, Clairette 30%, Roussanne 20%, Bourboulenc 20%, all the grapes being manually harvested and fermented separately in 225 litre oak casks. After twelve months, and after a rigorous selection process, the wines are blended. Both colours of Chateauneuf will age happily for ten years or more.

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