2005 Domaine de Mourchon "Seguret Grande Reserve" Côtes du Rhône-Villages (Previously $25)

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91+ points Robert Parker: "The top cuvee for most vintages is the Grande Reserve, which is often a blend of about 55% Grenache and the rest Syrah. Yields are very small, in the 20-25 hectoliters per hectare range. The 2005 is stunning, inky bluish/purple to the rim, with a beautiful nose of creme de cassis, licorice, a touch of pepper, and roasted meats. It is dense, full-bodied, moderately tannic, and will benefit from 2-3 years of cellaring and keep for 12-15 years. It is an ambitious and brilliant Côtes du Rhône.This is the best estate today in Seguret, and they continue to take the quality of their Côtes du Rhône to an exciting level. Of course, Grenache is the base for these wines. They are gorgeously made, pure, rich, beautifully textured, savory, and everything a wine in Provence should be. All of this can be attributed to Englishman Walter McKinlay, who purchased 40+ acres in 1998. It is amazing how quickly he has become a superstar in Seguret. The aging process here is relatively simple, with the wines kept in both concrete vats and oak casks. There is 100% destemming." (02/08) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Impressive, showing lots of juicy plum, currant and boysenberry fruit, with hints of garrigue, tar and licorice. There's plenty of toast on the finish, but also solid minerality." (07/07)

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