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Color: Garnet red. Aroma: Red fruit aromas, mainly Morello cherries and spices (liquorice, grey pepper). Taste: Well-...Read more...
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This biodynamic Côtes du Rhône is an excellent bargain. The typical no-nonsense ripe fruit attack is accompanied by surprising complexity. Read more
Well balanced, bit of spice Read more
Aromas of red fruits, liquorice and grey pepper. This wine has a great structure with firm and silky tannins. Read more
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Aromas of red fruits, liquorice and grey pepper. This wine has a great structure with firm and silky tannins.
This wine is garnet red in color. On the nose, aromas of red fruits, mainly morello cherries, and spices, like licorice and grey pepper. This wine has a great structure with firm and silky tannins.
A solid, pure style, with a beam of very fresh plum, black cherry and toasted anise notes moving through, followed by pretty hints of tar and red licorice on the polished, accessible finish. Shows more balance than oomph and should hang on nicely in the cellar. Drink now through 2020.
Bright ruby-red. Black raspberry, lavender and spices on the fragrant nose and in the mouth. Juicy and nicely concentrated, with strong finishing cut, lingering spiciness and integrated tannins that provide shape and grip.
So lush, so warm, so inviting, with ganache, plum sauce and blackberry coulis notes that fan out beautifully. But there's grip as well, with a mix of tar, shiso leaf, signed iron and charcoal all weaving through the finish, adding muscle and definition. Offers terrific range and length. Almost drinkable now, but this will get better. Best from 2014 through 2035.
There are 440 cases of the 2010 Cote Rotie La Mordoree. While it is a very strong effort I would rank it a point or two below the 2009 which I believe is the finest La Mordoree since the awesome 1991. It offers an impressive dense ruby/purple color along with a sweet bouquet of bacon fat black olives black currants raspberries earth and forest floor. Ripe and medium-bodied with light to moderate tannin it is somewhat closed at present and will benefit from 4-5 years of cellaring. It should keep for 20-25 years. 93+ -Robert Parker Robert Parkers Wine Advocate.
The wines exhibit the distinctive pepper and spice of Syrah, but are bigger and rounder in the mouth, with great complexity coming from the Carignan and Grenache.
Color: Garnet red. Aroma: Red fruit aromas, mainly Morello cherries and spices (liquorice, grey pepper). Taste: Well-structured, with with firm and silky tannins.
Dietary Information: Organic
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