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Floral develop in the first two years of aging. Afterwards, they evolve towards fruit aromas like apricot with a touch of honey. .
Deep ruby red in color with prevailing aromas of spice and red berries. A beautiful balance and richness are the main characteristics of the wine.
Luscious bright red berries, with layer of spice and tobacco undertones, evolving into tinge of vanilla and spice towards finish.
The 2014 Châteauneuf-du-Pape (same blend as the 2015) is a rock-solid success in the vintage and it offers classy notes of dark fruits, pepper, crushed flowers and spice. A medium-bodied wine that is nicely concentrated and balanced and will drink nicely for 4-5 years.
Deep ruby red in colour with prevailing aromas of spice and red berries lifted up by the beautiful balance and richness of fruits, which are the main characteristics of the wine.
Suave wine with juicy, vibrant plum, raspberry and boysenberry notes streaming along, guided by a light alder frame and carrying through an iron-tinged finish.
A beauty of a wine with rare level of concentration and depth for the vintage. Aromas and flavours of crushed flowers, pepper and violet flowing nicely towards the medium to full-bodied. Structured and tannic with impressive purity and plenty of length.
Distinctive, with a streak of cedar piercing the core of blood orange, bitter plum and cherry fruit before giving way to sanguine and incense notes on the finish. Fresh acidity allows everything to play out on the finish.
Powerful, with a round, almost creamy core of blackberry and raspberry fruit all layered with cocoa, sweet toast, mesquite and fig paste. Long and rich through the finish. Still quite primal, with lots in reserve. Medium to deep garnet colour. Pretty perfume of freshly crushed raspberries / blackberries with nuances