Gabriel Meffre Côtes du Rhône Terres de Galets 2009

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Tasted this wine at a local shoppe and was pleased. Took a bottle home and we were not disappointed! Excellent taste for an inexpensive bottle. Read more

out of the hundreds of cheaper to mid-priced reds i have tasted this one is way up there with the best. Read more

A typical Cotes du Rhone. Instantly enjoyable but no real finish.Probably would improve if kept 2-4 years.A bit of earthiness helped it along. Read more

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User Reviews for Gabriel Meffre Côtes du Rhône Terres de Galets

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Snooth User: Shelley K
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4.00 5
12/19/2010

Tasted this wine at a local shoppe and was pleased. Took a bottle home and we were not disappointed! Excellent taste for an inexpensive bottle.


Snooth User: lee heath
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4.00 5
01/22/2011

out of the hundreds of cheaper to mid-priced reds i have tasted this one is way up there with the best.


Snooth User: smoothrich
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3.00 5
12/09/2010

A typical Cotes du Rhone. Instantly enjoyable but no real finish.Probably would improve if kept 2-4 years.A bit of earthiness helped it along.


External Reviews for Gabriel Meffre Côtes du Rhône Terres de Galets

External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
06/22/2011

Bright and spicy, this well-priced Côtes du Rhône has fresh flavors of black raspberry and cherry on a light-to-medium-bodied frame. The stony finish (hence the name "galets") has surprising length.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
02/14/2013

This 2009 Cotes du Rhone exemplifies the superiority of the vintage as a whole. Kirsch hits the nose first and foremost with nutty caramel underneath and a barely noticeable raisin quality. Apple skin tannins accompany the kirsch (cherry) on the tongue with a smidge of sweet rye bread toast. The finish is at least 30 seconds long. The finish leaves raspberry strawberry and a touch of anise lingering on the palate. The wine held up for a second day with no loss of enjoyment. Put some lamb chops on the grill and open a bottle or three with friends and family.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
06/22/2011

This 2009 Cotes du Rhone exemplifies the superiority of the vintage as a whole. Kirsch hits the nose first and foremost with nutty caramel underneath and a barely noticeable raisin quality. Apple skin tannins accompany the kirsch (cherry) on the tongue with a smidge of sweet rye bread toast. The finish is at least 30 seconds long. The finish leaves raspberry, strawberry and a touch of anise lingering on the palate. The wine held up for a second day with no loss of enjoyment. Put some lamb chops on the grill and open a bottle or three with friends and family.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Bright and spicy, this well-priced Cocirc;tes du Rhocirc;ne has fresh flavors of black raspberry and cherry on a light-to-medium-bodied frame. The stony finish (hence the name ldquo;galetsrdquo;) has surprising length.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Bright and spicy, this well-priced Candocirc;tes du Rhandocirc;ne has fresh flavors of black raspberry and cherry on a light-to-medium-bodied frame. The stony finish (hence the name andldquo;galetsandrdquo;) has surprising length.


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