Note from memory - Brick red color, aromas of herb and earth. Dark fruit leather and garrigue in the finish. Drinking well, much better than last bottle, would not keep significantly longer in a good mature place now.
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(Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau) Medium red violet color with pale meniscus; tart berry, bark, mineral, garrigue, herbal nose; delicious, tart berry, garrigue, tar, anise palate; medium-plus finish (a very clean bottle, lacking the heavy brett in the last bottle I had)
(Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf du Pape) A densely coloured wine right up to the rim. A complex array of aromas on the nose - the coffee and minty aromas of youth, but also compost, rotting broccoli and a touch of acetone. The palate is lovely, full of cloves, spicy fruitcake spices and dense fruit. Good structure and balance. This wine needs time, a year or two perhaps.
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