Domaine Vincent Paris Cornas Granit 30 2007

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Berry Bros & Rudd review: Granit 60 is an appropriate name, describing, as it does, both the soil and the gradient of...

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A modern Cornas, this keeps the dark, sauvage notes of grilled herb, tobacco and olive, but marries them to sleeker tannins and dark, fleshy curran... Read more

WS: 93 Points RP: 91-93 Points Read more

Here is quite an amazingly ripe Syrah from Vincent Paris, who learned wine-making, in part, from his Uncle, impeccable vigneron, Robert Michel. On ... Read more

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External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
01/17/2013

A modern Cornas, this keeps the dark, sauvage notes of grilled herb, tobacco and olive, but marries them to sleeker tannins and dark, fleshy currant and cherry fruit. The long, iron-tinged finish lets a garrigue note chime in. Mouthwatering. Drink now through 2020. - JM The most impressive offering is the black/purple-colored 2007 Cornas La Geynale. Aromas of pen ink, charcoal, blackberry jam, licorice, and saddle leather are followed by huge, massive flavors suggestive of concentrated beef blood and ink. Dense, pure, rich, and broodingly backward, it needs 5-6 years of bottle age, and should drink well over the following two decades. - Robert Parker 91-93 Points ** SOLD OUT **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
03/04/2010

WS: 93 Points RP: 91-93 Points


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
04/17/2009

Here is quite an amazingly ripe Syrah from Vincent Paris, who learned wine-making, in part, from his Uncle, impeccable vigneron, Robert Michel. On the nose, you'll get violets interplaying with dark, macerated fruits, and hints of black peppercorn. The wine's juicy palate makes it approachable young.


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
05/18/2010

A modern Cornas, this keeps the dark, sauvage notes of grilled herb, tobacco and olive, but marries them to sleeker tannins and dark, fleshy currant and cherry fruit. The long, iron-tinged finish lets a garrigue note chime in. Mouthwatering. Drink now through 2020. - JM The most impressive offering is the black/purple-colored 2007 Cornas La Geynale. Aromas of pen ink, charcoal, blackberry jam, licorice, and saddle leather are followed by huge, massive flavors suggestive of concentrated beef blood and ink. Dense, pure, rich, and broodingly backward, it needs 5-6 years of bottle age, and should drink well over the following two decades.


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Winemaker's Notes:

Berry Bros & Rudd review: Granit 60 is an appropriate name, describing, as it does, both the soil and the<br/>gradient of the Parisian vineyard. Vincent's wines are marked by both<br/>their perfume and their purity. The 2007 Cornas,Granit 60 is a fine ambassador<br/>for this style, combining aromatics of violets, liquorice and garrigue and a<br/>weighty palate, with herbs and dark chocolate.

Berry Bros & Rudd review: Granit 60 is an appropriate name, describing, as it does, both the soil and the<br/>gradient of the Parisian vineyard. Vincent's wines are marked by both<br/>their perfume and their purity. The 2007 Cornas,Granit 60 is a fine ambassador<br/>for this style, combining aromatics of violets, liquorice and garrigue and a<br/>weighty palate, with herbs and dark chocolate.

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