WA 91+ IWC 91 Pts - According to Wine Advocate - "While I reviewed these 2010s last year for the Rhone Report, I was able to retaste the wines for this report and have updated the notes and scores where needed. A blend of all Grenache and McPrice’s take on a Chateauneuf-du-Pape, the 2010 Grenache L’Ange Rouge is semi-opaque in color and offers up a perfumed, complex array of garrigue, sweet cherries, pepper and licorice that flows to a full-bodied, textured and lively palate. Quite fresh, with a solid core of acidity, as well as ripe tannin, it should be given another year or two in bottle and then consumed over the following 4-6 years. Drink now-2019."
According to International Wine Cellar - "Opaque ruby. Spicy red and dark berry aromas are complicated by lavender and rose, with a sexy Asian spice quality gaining power in the glass. Fleshy black raspberry and cherry flavors are braced by a zesty mineral quality, which adds lift and cut. Finishes with lingering sweetness and very good floral persistence."
Tasting Notes - "Pine tar, deep raspberry, red currant, rosemary, rose hips, cola, beef blood, mint, coffee, sugar beet, roast beef. Palate is red fruit and black spice, herbs, long finish, pure raspberry/cola, excellent structure." 15.4% ABV.
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gtin No Size 750 ML Standard Rating 91 Points
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