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Community Tasting Notes (5) Avg Score: 87.4 points

  • With the years resting it have developed to a darker and richer version. Jammy strawberry notes and frozen berries on the nose. A bit too candy like on palette still. Allinall a likeable and pleasant experience.

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  • This wine in appearance is an intense ruby still with hints of purple . The nose is medium minus showing black cherries , hints of Maraschino , a savoury beetroot quality, spice and hints of fading flowers. On the palate , acidity is medium as are the tannins , as are the flavoured of sour plums and cherries. A well made wine, but seems not to have the potential to age for ten or more years, as is possible with a Rochegres. Very quaffable now with food. Enjoy over the next few years.

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  • After a year in the cellar, without knowing how they would have been a year ago, it was now a very silky an dpleasant fruitdriven experience. Dark red fruit, soft tannins and a well integrated acid that didn't make much noice.
    The wine looks inky colored. There is no sediment in the bottle. It smells like blackberry, strawberry and black pepper. It tastes like blackberry. The body is medium. The wine has polished texture. The wine finishes medium. The wine has low acidity.

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  • Trinity Wine Fair: The wine shows red ripe fruit, very fresh a beautiful in the nose, easy going in the palate, straightforward, medium to high acidity, fresh, nice depth.

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  • 2015 a warm if not hot year. They managed to squeeze such a lot out of these grapes. Almost non-Beaujolais. Warm strawberries and bitter almonds in the nose. All in balance. On the palate it is so effortlessly silky but again, hot year, perhaps at the expense of mineralty I don’t mind it though. I tasted back to back with Tour de By (Medoc) and I believe the Bordeaux is the winner and only because I prefer Bordeaux. Money wise no difference, neither quality wise

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