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History of the grape: Cinsau(l)t has been growing in Southern France for centuries. In the Rhone and Languedoc region...
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Elisabeth Chambellan on Snooth
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The nose shows plum sauce, blackberry fruits, lavender and rock dust. On the palate, I found rich red fruits, sweet oak and rosemary but this wine lacks depth. The finish is quite nice and juicy, which give this bottle some extra appeal. In the end, it's a nice bottle for the price, of easy drinking Châteauneuf. Read More
Bright grainy cherry nose with red fruits and an almost vodka-like mouthfeel. There's a good deal of alcohol here at 14.5%. Spicy but simple finish. Could use a few years to mellow out but very drinkable now. Read More
Clear, light-colored wine. It starts off a little spicy and hot but opens up with a little air into a classic CDP grenache character. Jammy, fruity, with maybe a hint of licorice. Soft grape on the nose. Would go well with a game fish like tuna. Read More
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