70% mourvedre, 15% cabernet sauvignon, 15% grenache A delicious 94 Points from Robert Parker: "this amazing red displays notes of lead pencil, acacia flowers, black raspberries, bluberries & black currantsFull bodied, stunningly pure and textured, this intense 2012 tastes likes it should cost three to five times as much." #wine #Spain #Bestbuy
This 2011 Pinot Noir, one of my favourites, has a beautiful and exotic Burgundian aromas of red cherry and mulberry accented by dried shiitake mushroom, oolong tea, sweet spices and toasted hazelnuts. Silky and seamless in the mouth, gaining its structure through pitch-perfect acidity counterbalancing the opulent and lengthy mouthfeel.
61% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Malbec, 10% Petite Sirah, 5% Cabernet Franc, 1% Zinfandel. Apriori is defined as deductive reasoning or intuition. New wine owned/co-made by Patrice Breton (Vice Versa wine). New toasty oak suavely frames sweet, black cherry and berry flavors. Licorice, cinnamon and cocoa complement the fruit. Smooth and most satisfying, this is ready to open and enjoy anytime.
Southern France is starting to export beautiful premium style wines. This Cotes du Rousillon is such a perfect example. Mas Las Cabes is a fifteen hectares vineyard bought by the family Gardiés in 1990. This terroir near the village of Espira de l’Agly in Roussillon is constituted of decomposed black schists. With a 50% Syrah 30%, Grenache noir 10%, Carignan 10%, Mourvèdre blend, all organic, this wine has a multi-layer complexity of violets, liquorice and olive’s notes with
An inky opaque dense wine that still offers it full potential after 24 hours open. A great blend of grenache and syrah, offering pronounced tones of blackberries, cassis liqueur, licorice and chocolate