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2015 Domaine de Rosiers Côte-Rôtie Cuvée Drevon


  • France
  • Rhône
  • Northern Rhône
  • Côte-Rôtie
Drink between 2022 - 2033 (Edit)
CT90.8 16 reviews
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Community Tasting Notes 12

  • KJD45$ Likes this wine: 91 points

    November 14, 2022 - Similar to last note except nose a bit better with black pepper showing..
    Good fruit , pepper, olive notes but wine started out better and weakened over an hour……

  • danielbleier Likes this wine: 92 points

    August 13, 2022 - Nicely balanced between blackberry and more earth and mushroom tones. Medium bodied, this was a nice complement to the BBQ chicken we enjoyed

  • KJD45$ wrote: 90 points

    August 7, 2022 - Somewhat of a simpler cote rotie… while it certainly doesn’t do anything wrong it also certainly isn’t going to knock you out… lighter style but very clean and precise…light mouthfeel and tannins , earthy
    Fruit is lighter cherry, touch spice and licorice.:
    To me lack’s the black pepper, olive , meaty notes
    I like in NRhone..
    Likeable but forgettable
    (See note for same vintage Besset)

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  • Raage wrote: 90 points

    July 16, 2022 - une CR sudiste, qui s'est bien épanouie avec le temps, avec une matière polie, douce, aux tanins assouplis.
    La petite pointe "fruits à l'alcool" et les épices peuvent évoquer un Chateauneuf sur la finesse, tandis que la mûre et la violette rappellent la syrah septentrionale. Cependant me manque la dimension "animale" lardée ou fumée (celle des Jamet par ex).
    A consommer plutôt sur des plats d'automne/hiver...

  • forceberry wrote: 92 points

    November 6, 2021 - The fruit is sourced from multiple estate vineyards in Côte-Rôtie, lots vinified separetely. A blend of Syrah (98%) and Viognier (2%), aged for 18 months in barriques (25% new). Annual production 15000-20000 bottles. 14% alcohol.

    Slightly translucent dark red color with a youthful purplish hue. Clean, quite classic and rather ripe Syrah nose with aromas of fresh bilberries and juicy blackberries, some meaty notes, light sweet notes of toasty oak spice, a little bit of black cherry, a hint of peppery spice and a touch of licorice. The wine is ripe, quite densely textured and rather broad on the palate with a quite full body and intense flavors of ripe blackcurrants and black cherries, some toasty oak spice, a little bit of earth, light notes of licorice, a bitter hint of phenolic spice and a touch of cocoa. The somewhat noticeable oak influence makes the wine feel a slightly polished, while the high-ish alcohol lends a little bit of warmth to the palate. The mouthfeel is velvety smooth and a bit on the soft side, thanks to the medium-to-moderate acidity - although the moderately grippy tannins bring some welcome firmness to the palate. The finish is rich, slightly sweet-toned and somewhat grippy with quite bold flavors of juicy bilberries and blackcurrant jam, some toasty oak spice, a little bit of cherry marmalade, light licorice tones, an extracted hint of woody bitterness and a sweet touch of cocoa.

    A rich, ripe and quite weighty Côte-Rôtie with a somewhat polished feel to it - mainly thanks to the somewhat sweet-toned, solar fruit, courtesy of the 2015 vintage, and somewhat noticeable, toasty new oak character. Although the wine isn't super-modern or gloopy in any way, I think that just by reducing the new oak influence this wine would come across as much more savory and serious stylistically. Now the wine isn't bad in any way - on the contrary, I can acknowledge the obviously high quality of the wine - but it's just in a style I don't enjoy that much. There's great intensity of fruit here and the overall feel is quite balanced and enjoyably structured despite the richness of the fruit, but even then I admit I prefer the style of the lighter and more savory old-school producers more. Perhaps a bit pricey for the quality at 38,50€.

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  • By Josh Raynolds
    '16 vs. '15 Northern Rhône: Heads You Win, Tails You Win (Apr 2018), 4/18/2018 (link)

    (Domaine De Rosiers Côte-rôtie Drevon Red) Subscribe to see review text.


  • By Jeb Dunnuck
    France, Northern Rhône: The Blockbuster 2015s and Elegant 2016s, 1/24/2018 (link)

    (Domaine De Rosiers Cote Rotie Drevon) Subscribe to see review text.


  • By Panel Tasting
    Northern Rhone 2015 PT Feb 2018, 10/31/2017 (link)

    (Maxime Gourdain, Domaine de Rosiers Drevon, Côte-Rôtie, Rhône, France, Red) Subscribe to see review text.

Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2015
  • Type Red
  • Producer Domaine de Rosiers
  • Varietal Syrah
  • Designation Cuvée Drevon
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country France
  • Region Rhône
  • SubRegion Northern Rhône
  • Appellation Côte-Rôtie
  • UPC Codes 639737599572, 639737615128, 639737615142

Community Holdings

  • Pending Delivery 0 (0%)
  • In Cellars 163 (75%)
  • Consumed 55 (25%)

Food Pairing

Community Recommendations

civet, daube, viandes en sauce (au vin)

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