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Château Saint Maurice Les Grès Laudun, Christophe Valat, Vign. Syrah Blend 2007, A.C., Côtes Du Rhône-Villages, France: Vintages Wine Panel: Winner of a Silver Medal at the 2008 Concours Général Agricole in Paris. The village of Laudun’s best vineyards tend to be north-facing and grown on sandy clay. This award-winner shows why. Intriguing aromas include pomegranate and black licorice, plus the more-expected scents of plum, raspberry and pepper/spice. Dry, with a very ripe core that, due to zippy acidity, is not at all jammy. A value-priced candidate for the cellar (3-5+ years). For current enjoyment, decant it for 2+ hours and serve with rare steaks or roast beef. My note: Juicy, delicious and full-bodied with alluring aromas of black cherry, cedar box, violets and smoke. Love it! Incredible price. Drink: 2010-2015. 177576 14.80% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 89/100. September 4, 2010 Full Review
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