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Domaine de la Janasse Cotes du Rhone 2015
產區： Cotes du Rhone 品種： 50% Grenache, 15% Clairette, 15% Bourboulenc, 10% Viognier, 10% Roussanne This wine is made from selected plots on sandy soils on the edge of the appellation Châteauneuf- du-Pape, at short distance from La Crau plateau. Beautiful stuff, with rich white currants, citrus and tinges of minerality on the nose, it has fantastic freshness and focus on the palate, with clean, nicely defined aromas and flavor. Medium-bodied and perfectly balancing richness and freshness, it should be purchased by the case and consumed over the coming year or two. Drink now. WA90
Famille Perrin Vinsobres "Les Cornuds" 2011 (RP88)
Famille Perrin Vinsobres "Les Cornuds" 2011
品種： blend of Grenache and Syrah
88 points Wine Advocate , Robert Parker - 01/02/2014
More serious and endowed with more muscle and richness is the 2011 Perrin Vinsobres Les Cornuds. This wine comes from the very cool northern sector of the Cotes du Rhône appellation, which is a treasure trove for Syrah. The Perrins vinify the Syrah in truncated tanks and then age it in barrel, while the Grenache is fermented and aged in stainless steel, with blending taking place after six months. This beautiful 2011 displays plenty of black cherry fruit and lavender as well as hints of blackberry, licorice and graphite. Medium-bodied, richly fruity and offering loads of perfume, this is a wine to drink over the next several years.
We really like the terroir of Vinsobres, a beautiful village located near Vaison la Romaine; The vineyard is at an altitude of 300m and is situated for the most part on terraces. Vinsobres is particularly suitable for Syrah because it preserves the finesse which is often lost in more southern climates. It develops notes of violet, smoked meat and blackberries. Grenache is also suited to this terroir, full bodied and not heavy, with notes of black chocolate, cherry and typical Garrigue aromas.