2009 Les Violettes, Côtes de Blaye

SKU #1382572

From Gilbert & Gaillard: Dress with reflections of evolution. Fine nose, ripe fruit (plum, cherry, gooseberry), presence undergrowth. The mouth seduces with its freshness. Fine texture, soft matter, melted tannins. The fruit does not miss the opportunity to reign. Pleasantly mature. (2015)

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By: Alex Schroeder | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/26/2018 | Send Email
This is one of those mind-boggling discoveries you shouldn’t try to figure out how we got, because it’s going to move fast! This little Cotes de Blaye is replete with aromas of violets, plums, leather and spice. It has a very soft texture, but nice sweet fruit that is balanced nicely by acid on the back end.

By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/18/2018 | Send Email
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2009 Bordeaux for under $15.00! So fresh and lush at the same time. Asian spice aromas that follow to the palate. Long and sweet finish. A Steal!
Drink from 2018 to 2025

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