|Winery:||Château Paul Mas|
|Region:||France » Languedoc-roussillon|
|Varietal:||Cabernet Sauvignon , Syrah|
Château Paul Mas
fruity and savoury, with hints of french oak
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British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
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fruity and savoury, with hints of french oak Read More
deep purple, inky with fruits and oak Read More
Smooth slightly sweet wine. Perfect with dinner. Read More
No mystery I love Syrah and got turned onto it some years ago by a N. Rhone that I had at a restaurant in Sonoma. But here it goes again, latest estimates for the auction price at HartDavisHart:1983 Côte Rôtie, Côte Brune, Cuvée Reservée, Marius Gentaz-Dervieux (12 bs) $15000-22000Now I grant you that's not exactly DRC or Latour level pricing ... Read More
Enjoyed this wine at a local French restaurant in DC. Really, really enjoyed this. Will buy a case for home. Read More
A complex white wine that does very well on its own, or alongside sauté dishes and even some desserts. Enough character to keep company with many meals. Medium bodied, but less oily than other pure viogniers. Delicious stuff. Read More
Some of you should listen. Here is a Viognier from a reputable (and long established) producer who respects his Occitan roots but adds some New World verve. Love the ginger, allspice and gooseberry nose and round, smooth entry; there is some mild angostura-type bitterness on the finish, but it does not detract at this price point. As usual, g... Read More
1998 was the year Chateauneuf-du-Pape finally got some respect. Don’t me wrong, the wine had maintained a loyal following for years, but more often than not the wines were described as rustic, earthy and in quite a few cases, dirty.1998 was the turning point that changed that impression in consumers’ eyes, or at least those consumers who had yet... Read More
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