This wine’s underlying flinty minerality doesn’t allow it to totally escape its Old World heritage. It boasts a star-bright appearance, pure fruit and technically correct structure. It tastes of blackberries, sloe, black plum skin and maple syrup. The tannins are fine-grained but firm and the acidity provides verve to counter the wine’s plumpness. There’s a good finish here, so there’s no need to drink it just yet as it will continue develop with age. Drink now–2018.
— Published (2/19/2015)
Company: Les Grandes Costes
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Contact: Jean Christophe Granier
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