Domaine De La Colline Saint-Jean Vieilles Vignes, Alazard Père Et Fils Grenache Syrah 2007
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rated this wine as 89/100
with the following review:
Lots going on in this wine, with cassis, briars, coal, graphite, and hoisin. I'm 89 on this wine. (ottawawinejournal.com)
reviewed this wine as follows:
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DOMAINE DE LA COLLINE SAINT-JEAN VIEILLES VIGNES VACQUEYRAS 2007
VINTAGES 155499 | 750 mL bottle
Price: $ 22.95
Wine, Red Wine
Sugar Content : XD
Made in: Rhone, France
By: Alazard Père et Fils
Release Date: Mar 5, 2011
From a 37-acre vineyard, this cuvee is made from 80-year-old vines (mostly Grenache and some Syrah), and everything is aged in cement tanks. The result is a naked expression of fruit. This wine possesses gorgeously pure blackberry and black cherry notes intermixed with poultry, charcoal, lard, and camphor. The complex aromatics are followed by a ripe, pure wine bursting with fruit. It also exhibits an impressive structure, admirable richness and texture, and a full-bodied finish that lasts for 25-30 seconds. Score - 90. (Robert Parker Jr., www.erobertparker.com, Oct. 2009)
Domaine De La Colline Saint-Jean Vieilles Vignes, Alazard Père Et Fils Grenache Syrah 2007, A.C., Vacqueyras, Rhône, France: Vibrant, fleshy black cherries on the nose followed by a deeper, richer black cherry liqueur in the mouth. Rich, full-bodied and glorious. This wine comes from a 37-acre vineyard of 80-year-old Grenache and Syrah vines. It’s aged in cement tanks to preserve fruit freshness. Seduction in a glass. Drink: 2011-2020. 155499 14.50% XD 750 mL $22.95 Score: 92/100. March 5, 2011 Full Review