|Winery:||Domaine des Crêtes|
|Region:||France » Languedoc-roussillon » Vin de Pays d'Oc|
|Varietal:||Roussanne , Marsanne|
Domaine des Crêtes
a full, rounded little number. A richness initially with citrus/lemon flavours, tempered by a nice slew of acidity and a herb-dominated finish. A little barrel-fermentation adds an interesting complexity. Not the most complex or textural wine but an ab...
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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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“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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The Les Cretes Torrette showed floral notes with fresh turned soil, cherry and mushrooms. On the palate, it was soft with sweet red fruits, earth and dried floral notes. It glided effortlessly across the palate with an old world and with a slightly aged resolve. The finish was fresh and begged you to take another sip. A completely different perf... Read More
as a small adventure on the mountain, you can taste this peculiar type of grape, mostly produced in Valle d'Aosta with a significative ageing in Barriques, you can taste here the essence of the Petit Arvine, made only in steel it reveals it's nature made by Acidity en minerality, ligtht flowers and fruit...a good possibility of ageing i guess.. Read More
Truly chardonnay, lots of fruit but also lots of minerality Read More
Little berries, fruity, delicate, good acidity, good spyce at the and,a "thin but strong wine" like the air that you breathe on the mountain where is made... Read More
a full, rounded little number. A richness initially with citrus/lemon flavours, tempered by a nice slew of acidity and a herb-dominated finish. A little barrel-fermentation adds an interesting complexity. Not the most complex or textural wine but an absolute blast with a roast chicken Read More
The 2006 Torrette is stunning in the glass with a deep vibrant red color and a nose of ginger cookie, violets, cracked pepper and red fruit. On the palate, I found soft raspberry flavors that were juicy yet turned slightly bitter toward the finish and left me with a flavor of toasty rue. This was a very unique wine and highly enjoyable. Read More
May 7, 2010
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Bright cherry red in glass. Lots of cranberry and wild herbs on nose. Very forward. Tasted slightly bubbly, but that may have been the acid. On the palate, it reminded me of a simple, fruity pinot with lots of delicious acidity. Serve slightly chilled. Perfect for a summer night after a hot day. Read More