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Le Clos d'Elle 2010 
Syrah (Pays d'Oc)
The impenetrable, black color is followed by a stubborn nose showing nothing more than mineral notes. Gamy and savory top notes dominate the palate with slate, licorice, earth, rosemary and black-plum skin flavors. There is a feisty mouthfeel of leathery tannins and bright acidity. Clearly a food wine for hearty, winter dishes or barbecued meats in the prime summer months, it should drink well through 2013.
86

Le Clos d'Elle 2010 
Syrah (Pays d'Oc)
The impenetrable, black color is followed by a stubborn nose showing nothing more than mineral notes. Gamy and savory top notes dominate the palate with slate, licorice, earth, rosemary and black-plum skin flavors. There is a feisty mouthfeel of leathery tannins and bright acidity. Clearly a food wine for hearty, winter dishes or barbecued meats in the prime summer months, it should drink well through 2013.
86

Le Clos d'Elle 2010 
Syrah (Pays d'Oc)
The impenetrable, black color is followed by a stubborn nose showing nothing more than mineral notes. Gamy and savory top notes dominate the palate with slate, licorice, earth, rosemary and black-plum skin flavors. There is a feisty mouthfeel of leathery tannins and bright acidity. Clearly a food wine for hearty, winter dishes or barbecued meats in the prime summer months, it should drink well through 2013.