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Light yellow green; splendid bloom perfume intermingled with small white peach aromas; the palate is tightly knit and has acid structure rich in finesse; exuding delicate hints of lemon; vivid and vibrant with a vigorous finish that comes back in a wave of stone fruit flavours.
Golden yellow colour with aromas of flowers, fruits and hazelnuts. It is dry, fresh and lively with a structured and tasty finish of ripe fruit.
The wine opens with intense grapefruit, passion fruit and green mango notes and touches of pineapple and fresh sage. Medium-bodied with a fair amount of viscosity to the texture, it has lively acid and a long finish.
Enticing aromas of white peach, golden delicious apple and guava on the nose. Generous flavors on a sanity, mouth-filling palate. Citrus and mineral notes create a refreshing finish.
Straw yellow in color. Fresh and exotic with mineral notes.
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.
It has a very seductive nose in the making, with ripe blackberries and blueberry scents, interwoven with incense and a touch of graphite–more sophisticated than I was expecting. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. This is an elegant Lacoste-Borie with fine tannin, my only quibble being that the oak
Medium-bodied wine with straightforward, fruit-driven bouquet of luscious black cherries and cassis fruit.
The deep plum/ruby/purple-tinged 2004 La Dame de Montrose possesses sweet tannin, loads of supple fruit (there must be considerable Merlot in the blend), and a round, juicy, stylish finish.