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Nose is fruity and fairly hot. Great spicy feel, but with a bit of heat on the finish. Very strong tannins. Read more
Butter, herb, and melon aroma. Sparkling acidity on the body, fresh grassy finish. Read more
2009 vintage : Great wine for the price! Delicious red fruit & citrus, not too dry, but not sweet either. 88/100 Read more
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Nose is fruity and fairly hot. Great spicy feel, but with a bit of heat on the finish. Very strong tannins.
Butter, herb, and melon aroma. Sparkling acidity on the body, fresh grassy finish.
2009 vintage : Great wine for the price! Delicious red fruit & citrus, not too dry, but not sweet either. 88/100
Peachy flavor and smell. Fruity bit not sweet. Not too dry. Very drinkable. Good summer wine- lots of flavor.
99 kronor in Sweden. Easy drinking, ripe fruit with a warm mouthfeel.
External Reviews for Jaboulet Cotes du Rhone Parallel 45 Rose
Glass-staining purple. Intense, assertively perfumed aromas of blueberry preserves, cherry, licorice and violet, with a strong incense quality. Impressively deep and spicy, offering floral-accented dark berry flavors that show superb clarity and a lively mineral quality. Tangy acidity adds lift and cut to an endless, sappy finish. This wine’s blend of richness and energy is outstanding.
With floral and crushed red cherry aromas, the wine shows full-bodied, ripe, mineral-driven fruit on the palate, with tangy undertones and a note of white pepper. The wine has a fresh, lip-smacking fruit character and an easygoing, uncomplicated nature that makes it pair well with a variety of dishes. The wine has acidity and tannins that are ripe but firm; this is no wimpy rosé. This hearty rosé is a winner. - Winery ** SOLD OUT **
A Proprietary Blend wine from Rhone in France. 2009 Paul Jaboulet Aine Cotes du Rhone Parallel 45 750ml
This is packed and well-rendered, with notes of fig, boysenberry confiture and ganache at the core and powerful structure pushing from behind. Shows plenty of roasted tobacco and vanilla bean on the slightly stolid finish, but there's a density and brooding length here that sets it apart form the pack. Best from 2017 through 2032.
As stated above, the formidable 2009 Hermitage La Chapelle is one of the most memorable examples of this cuvee yet produced. An inky, thick, viscous, black/purple color is accompanied by abundant notes of creme de cassis, spring flowers, graphite, licorice and beef blood. The wine possesses massive concentration, sensational freshness and purity, abundant sweet, velvety tannins and a huge finish. Stylistically, it has the opulence and viscosity of the 1990, and the structure and freshness of the 1978. The 2009 requires 7–10 years of cellaring and will drink well for 30-40+ years.
Opaque purple. Complex, highly fragrant aromas of candied dark fruits, cola, incense and violet, with bright mineral and spice nuances adding lift and energy. Stains the palate with deep blackberry and boysenberry flavors that expand and gain sweetness with aeration. Refuses to let up on the finish, which leaves peppery spice and floral pastille notes behind.
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