Le Dome du Grand Bois Cotes du Rhone 2012

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This has nice ripeness and cut, with linzer torte and blackberry fruit supported by bright acidity and backed by a lingering, toasted spice finish.... Read more

Comprised of Grenache Cinsault and Carignane this simple style CDR is very pretty in color and the aromas come off rather succinctly: violet wood v... Read more

Comprised of Grenache, Cinsault and Carignane, this simple style CDR is very pretty in color and the aromas come off rather succinctly: violet, woo... Read more

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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2010 02/15/2014

This has nice ripeness and cut, with linzer torte and blackberry fruit supported by bright acidity and backed by a lingering, toasted spice finish. Very tasty. Drink now.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2010 02/14/2013

Comprised of Grenache Cinsault and Carignane this simple style CDR is very pretty in color and the aromas come off rather succinctly: violet wood vanilla and earth. Tart cherry is most prevalent with soft tannins and a gentle midpalate. There is an undertone of stewed fruit here that lingers in the end but the tartness cleans it right up. If braised short ribs are your thing this is your wine.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2010 02/15/2014

Comprised of Grenache, Cinsault and Carignane, this simple style CDR is very pretty in color and the aromas come off rather succinctly: violet, wood, vanilla and earth. Tart cherry is most prevalent, with soft tannins and a gentle midpalate. There is an undertone of stewed fruit here that lingers in the end, but the tartness cleans it right up. If braised short ribs are your thing, this is your wine.


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