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Rebecca Meir-Liebman

Rebecca Meir-Liebman Sommelier

Inopia

Rotem & Mounir Saouma Inopia 2015

Côtes Du Rhône-Villages, Rhône A.C., France
37 days ago

Rebecca scored this wine: 93/100

Intriguing depth and character - this wine is blessed with layers of peach, butter, spiced oak notes, and lots of fresh herbs and earth. Full bodied, blend of mainly Grenache Blanc, grown on poor stony clay land where the vines produce little quantity fruit - the nutrient-poor soil results in concentrated, focused, and high-quality wine. Its eighteen months maturation in large French oak founders or cement eggs is followed by bottling with no fining or filtering. Complex on the palate, rich, and very intriguing - not a wine you come across every day. High quality, worth every penny!

Elgin Vintners Pinot Noir 2015

Elgin W.O., South Africa
38 days ago

Rebecca scored this wine: 91/100

It is hard to find good Pinot Noirs from that area of the world; the wines' structure and balanced acidity are quite impressive! Silky tannins with lots of sour cherry notes on the palate combined with raspberries and strawberries. This wine gets some cinnamon, cloves, and black tea flavours from being touched with oak. Very good for its price point.

Gemma Colarej Barolo 2013

Piedmont D.O.C.G., Italy
38 days ago

Rebecca scored this wine: 92/100

This Barolo posses the perfect balance between strong character and elegance - an old world style Barolo, with a young flair. Jam, dried fruit, plum, earth, and cinnamon on the nose with some elegant smokiness. Red fruits, raspberries, red cherries, plum, and wood on the palate with dust and silky tannins. Can easily age for 7 more years - decant for at least 30 minutes before serving and serve at 18 degrees with gamey dishes.

Signature

Les Amouriers Signature 2015

Vacqueyras, Rhône A.P., France
38 days ago

Rebecca scored this wine: 92/100

A blend of 62% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 8% Mourvèdre and Cinsault. Deep notes of black fruit, cigar, cocoa, and a hint of chocolate. Medium to full-bodied, with rich evident tannins. Needs to be decanted for at least an hour before serving to smoothen the tannins and let the wine soften. Quite delicious on the palate, with its succulent dried fruit and black cherries notes.

38 days ago

Rebecca scored this wine: 93/100

Intriguing depth and character - this wine is blessed with layers of peach, butter, spiced oak notes, and lots of fresh herbs and earth. Full bodied, blend of mainly Grenache Blanc, grown on poor stony clay land where the vines produce little quantity fruit - the nutrient-poor soil results in concentrated, focused, and high-quality wine. Its eighteen months maturation in large French oak founders or cement eggs is followed by bottling with no fining or filtering. Complex on the palate, rich, and very intriguing - not a wine you come across every day. High quality, worth every penny!

Rebecca Meir-Liebman

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