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Cellier Des Dauphins Réserve Saint-Maurice Grenache Syrah Mourvèdre Cinsaut 2007, A.C., Côtes du Rhône-Villages, Rhône, Estate Btld., France: Vintages Wine Panel: From the village of Saint-Maurice, this wine is dominated by 65% Grenache with Syrah, Mourvèdre and Cinsaut making up a further 25% (the remaining 10% is listed as other). It’s deep ruby in color with youthful purple highlights, and the fresh aromas feature strawberry, cherry, plum and underbrush. Dry, medium bodied with fleshy fruit intensity balanced by soft tannins, it should be enjoyed anytime over the next 2-3 years with lamb stew or grilled game meats. My note: an excellent value for this tasty, vibrant red. Imminently quaffable, no analysis required (and any would be considered strange). Love the cedary, black cherry richness. You don’t need to pay a lot for pleasure. Let go and let it roll. 102970 13% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 88/100. March 28, 2009 Full Review
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