Vieux Telegraphe Cdp 2009

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Deep ruby/purple-colored with notes of garrigue, seaweed, licorice, plums, black cherries and raspberries, it typical...

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65% grenache, 15% mourvedre, 15% syrah and 5% other varietals. Clear and bright garnet colors are vibrant and translucent at the core. This bouquet... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
10/28/2011

65% grenache, 15% mourvedre, 15% syrah and 5% other varietals. Clear and bright garnet colors are vibrant and translucent at the core. This bouquet may not be overt and open as many other 2009s but still retains its concentrated nature. The palate, h... Chuck Hayward. A Proprietary Blend wine from Rhone in France. 2009 Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe Chateauneuf du Pape 750ml


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Deep ruby/purple-colored with notes of garrigue, seaweed, licorice, plums, black cherries and raspberries, it typically reveals a Mediterranean sea breeze-like character that is difficult to articulate. The sweetness of the tannin, full-bodied mouthfeel, and evolved style remind me somewhat of the 1983, which is still drinking beautifully. The 2009 can be consumed now or cellared for two decades.Robert Parker, Wine Advocate*_HALF-BOTTLE_*

Deep ruby/purple-colored with notes of garrigue, seaweed, licorice, plums, black cherries and raspberries, it typically reveals a Mediterranean sea breeze-like character that is difficult to articulate. The sweetness of the tannin, full-bodied mouthfeel, and evolved style remind me somewhat of the 1983, which is still drinking beautifully. The 2009 can be consumed now or cellared for two decades.Robert Parker, Wine Advocate*_HALF-BOTTLE_*

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