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Medium-bodied on the palate with tart red cherry fruit, slight spicy with harmonious, ferrous structured tobacco-stained finish that lingers long in the mouth.
Rich aroma of red fruits, liquorice and spices and smoked hints in the background. Elegant and round in the palate with a lengthy aftertaste that brings back floral and fruity accents.
Vivino 2019 No.1 rated Chardonnay from South Africa
Dark cherries and milk chocolate, with a velvety mouthfeel and long finish. But you will also find elements that pay homage to the vintage that helped create it with notes of currants, Asian spice, and rosemary.
The beautiful aromas of graphite, smoke, black currants, and cedar on the nose exhibits elegance, fresh and lively personality. With interesting nuances of sandalwood, chocolate and damp earth characteristics, the medium to full-bodied wine has a mouth-watering finish.
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Extremely delicate and light, this medium bodied wine is long and intellectual. It stretches out nicely with alluring dark fruit and velvety feel.
Pretty raspberry, mineral and vanilla aromas and flavors, with hints of dried herbs. Full-bodied, with good, silky tannins and a long finish that shows lots of raspberry and cherry fruit. Attractive and balanced for the vintage. Best after 2013
Broad and honeyed, with lots of warm piecrust, orange zest, glazed apple, peach and almond cream notes. The finish lingers with orange and date accents, while a hint of citrus oil imparts good spine.
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A dark and intense red, Château d’Armailhac 2009 reveals a rich, beautifully fresh nose that combines ripe red fruit aromas with delicate roasted and vanilla notes.On the palate, the attack is powerful and clean, bringing mature, well-rounded tannins that allow the body to develop with great finesse. Full-bodied, the wine
This powerful rosé exhibits a floral aroma, with intense flavors of dried cherry, ginger and raspberry. Tropical fruit notes lead to the creamy, decadent finish. Distinctively rich.
Intense, with layers of fig, boysenberry and blackberry fruit pumping along, studded with mouthwatering anise and singed apple wood notes. A bolt of graphite takes over on the finish, with charcoal and chalk details echoing through the finish. A touch burly overall, but should soften with cellaring.
A wealth of tannins and infinite suppleness make this wine an exquisite enigma. Powerful and delicate at the same time, Dauzac wine never cheats, always astonishes and ages marvelously.