Oriel Red Rhone Blend Gigondas Jocunda 2005

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Aroma: Ripe black fruit with hints of sage, rosemary and thyme. Taste: Rich blackcurrant and mulberry with sweet ta...

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New York Wine Exchange
New York, NY (2,500 mi)
USD 36.99
750ml
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Plummy black berry fruit aromas. Bold black fruit palate with a bit of pepper and cocoa nibs. Lingers nicely. Would be great with a juicy steak. Read more

excellent! easy to drink, slight spice, medium to full body. recommended. Read more

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Snooth User: Nicki Gig
1783064,201
3.00 5
05/04/2012

Plummy black berry fruit aromas. Bold black fruit palate with a bit of pepper and cocoa nibs. Lingers nicely. Would be great with a juicy steak.


Snooth User: aishwarya
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0.00 5
03/29/2008

excellent! easy to drink, slight spice, medium to full body. recommended.


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1014461 Snooth User: amyhill
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01/08/2012

Winemaker's Notes:

Aroma: Ripe black fruit with hints of sage, rosemary and thyme. Taste: Rich blackcurrant and mulberry with sweet tannins and a long, persistent finish. Name story: Jocunda, meaning joyful, is derived from Jocunditas, the old Roman name for Gigondas—celebrated by Pliny in the First century. Vineyards and winemaking: Mediterranean limestone soils lend a bold character and allow for slow maturation. Hand picked, macerated and aged for 6 months—half in stainless steel and half in oak.

Aroma: Ripe black fruit with hints of sage, rosemary and thyme. Taste: Rich blackcurrant and mulberry with sweet tannins and a long, persistent finish. Name story: Jocunda, meaning joyful, is derived from Jocunditas, the old Roman name for Gigondas—celebrated by Pliny in the First century. Vineyards and winemaking: Mediterranean limestone soils lend a bold character and allow for slow maturation. Hand picked, macerated and aged for 6 months—half in stainless steel and half in oak.

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