…, 11% , 5% Cinsault and 1% . Cream and cherry aromas with, yes, a deep chocolate character. Deep yet smooth and very drinkable.
2009 Glenelly Lady May , , $ 50: This venerable wine is made of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% in a traditional style. Lots of bell pepper and black cherry with underlying notes of coffee and leather. Medium tannins indicate that this one could age for …
This wine is principally Cinsault blended with, and . This wine was sealed with a screwcap.
This wine was imported by Theisvine AB.
, strawberry, herbs, lemon, lime, oranges
Dry, redcurrants, grapefruit, herbs, minerals, oranges
Price : 117 SEK
Systembolaget Number : 95453
Mark : C
Website : Domaine de Triennes
This wine is a blend of 45% Cinsault, 20% Syrah, 35% Grenache. The vines are planted on clay/calcerous soil. The average age of the vines is 15 years. The grapes were gently destemmed, cooled, and pressed. 8% of the Syrah went straight into for primary and malolactic fermentation. The Cinsault, Grenache, and remaining Syrah were fermented in stainless steel tanks and blocked from malolactic fermentation. were aged separately for three months and blended prior to bottling. …
…wilder blend. It is primarily Grenache and Mourvedre but there is also Cinsault, Syrah, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon, Castet, Manosquin, Théoulier, Tibouren, Picpoul Noir and Muscat de Hambourg. Like a roll call of Southern French grapes there. Shocked there is no Lladoner Pelut. Today I am very very excited to be able to offer one of the great wines of the word, Chateau Simone, both the blanc and rouge Palette for as little as $ 49.99 a bottle on a six pack. …
$ 20, 13.8% abv.
I was really excited to try this wine. You don't see a lot of single-variety Cinsault, even from the CEO of when he came to David a few years ago. Produced from 127-year old vines, this wine goes deep with an earthy nose of beef and leather, though red cherry elements start to emerge later. Smooth and tasty with a lingering finish. Highly recommended, and a great bargain. …, and I had a great lunch with
… Les Gourmets Rouge 2010, 13.5% alcohol,/ Cinsault/ , Beka'a Valley/
Although the Touma family has been making wine since 1952, they became serious about it after the Lebanese civil war ended in 1990. The winery is located in the Bekaa valley, where thechose to build one of the greatest jewels of Lebanon - the temple of .
Vitkin Carignan , 13.5% alcohol , Carignan , /
The family run boutique …
…76% Syrah, 20% Mourvedre, and 4% Cinsault. It's fresh! It's lively! Flavors of pomegranate, citrus, cherries and strawberry-rhubarb pie. A great wine to pair with your renegade gatherings, especially a backyard BBQ. Pair with salads, grilled salmon, and a plate of assorted cheeses. Okay, so you're a tough dude and you want pork chops and a pot of beans? Yes, this wine will pair just fine.
There were only 500 cases produced and as of a week ago Wednesday, Trey Busch…
…major decant this wine is usually a blend of Carignan, Mourvedre, Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache. The grapes are a factor but this is a true "gout de terroir" wine. Big, ripe, so deep and with so much nuance and breeding one can forget they are drinking a Languedoc wine. Toothsome is maybe the perfect one word descriptor for this elixir. Age these babies as they are stunning with age.
Domaine Dupasquier Mondeuse - Up until I tasted multiple vintages of Dupasquier's …
Though Restaurant Week had not started yet, Massimo made the menu available to us and it includes a choice of 4 First Courses, 4 Entrees and 2 Desserts. You could start with a dish like the Fried Zucchini Blossoms or Pan Roasted Duck Breast and then move on to a dish like the Grilled Sirloin Steak…
With spring just around the corner, my pick for this Mourvèdre Monday is a lovely little Bandol rosé. Bandol, located within Provence, is France's only wine region where Mourvèdre is the dominant grape. In other words, heaven. I couldn't find the exact varietal composition of this bottle, but the Bandol AOC regulations require at least 50% Mourvèdre in its red and rosé wines (the rest most often Grenache and/or Cinsault).
Château des Baumelles 2010 Bandol Rosé