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Color : A superb deep red. Nose: Powerful, rich, complex: black fruit, gunflint, licorice, garrigue enhanced by a wel...Read more...
The variation in the reviews is very interesting. This is good, it is a GSM that tastes more like something Australian than French, it has a touch ... Read more
Acidic, weak fruit, steely mouth feel. Poor value even at this price. Read more
Vallon de l'Aigle 2009 - Sante/ Complex aromas with floral, cassis, cooking spice, and oak. Powerful flavors of ripe black fruit, blueberry compot... Read more
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The variation in the reviews is very interesting. This is good, it is a GSM that tastes more like something Australian than French, it has a touch of sweetness on the finish. A fruit bomb. Good wine. Average for the price.
Acidic, weak fruit, steely mouth feel. Poor value even at this price.
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Vallon de l'Aigle 2009 - Sante/ Complex aromas with floral, cassis, cooking spice, and oak. Powerful flavors of ripe black fruit, blueberry compote, cigar box, tea, black pepper, toasted caramel, and clove. Soft on the palate, with a long, balanced finish, ending with a hint of violets. A luscious Syrah.
Very tightly wound, but the purity of the plum, blueberry, cherry eau-de-vie and dark currant fruit is impressive, with sleek, well-integrated toast and a very long, violet- and iron-filled finish that just sails on. Best from 2013 through 2021. 280 ... Robert Parkers Wine Advocate. A Syrah wine from Rhone in France. 2009 Jean-Luc Colombo Cornas la Louvee 750ml
A Proprietary Blend wine from Rhone in France. 2009 Jean-Luc Colombo Chateauneuf du Pape les Bartavelles 750ml
Vallon de l'Aigle Cornas 2009 - 92 points, Wine Enthusiast/ A surprisingly supple Cornas, the 2009 “Valley of the Eagle” delivers rich plum and smoke notes. It’s an already approachable, mouthfilling, superripe Syrah that should express its origins more clearly in about 10 years.
"Vallon de I'Aigle" Cornas 2007 - Sommelier Journal/ ... This is a wine of great persistence. It shows ample fruit, but a splash of acidity keeps it light in the mouth. Ripe tannins and a wonderfully extended finish complete the package.
Vallon de l'Aigle 2009 - 93 points, International Wine Cellar/ Bright purple. Fresh blackberry and cassis aromas are complicated by cracked pepper, violet and pungent herbs. Suave, alluringly sweet dark berry flavors are underscored by smoky mineral and floral qualities and lifted by tangy acidity. Grows spicier with aeration, finishing with notes of star anise and black pepper and superb length.
Wine Tasting Notes Soft, delicate pink. Subtle hints of peach, rose petal and pepper on the nose. Subtle, round and full of finesse. Surprisingly complex, with intriguing notes of raspberries, fresh cherry, black olive and fennel. A great rose to enjoy on its own or with a wide range of appetizers, fish, poultry dishes and vegetarian fare. A perfect wine to share with friends.
Color : A superb deep red. Nose: Powerful, rich, complex: black fruit, gunflint, licorice, garrigue enhanced by a well mastered maturing in top quality oak. Palate: Harmonious and elegant, La Louvée exhibits a phenomenal concentration. One can appreciate the balance between the body and the structure. The long finish is enhanced by mature and silky tannins.
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