2004 Delas Freres "Seigneurs Maugiron" Côte Rotie (Elsewhere $75)

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According to Robert Parker: "The 2004 Cote Rotie Seigneur de Maugiron has a dark ruby color and a nice herbal nose with pure cherry notes intermixed with hints of espresso, dried herbs, and spice. It is pure, medium-bodied, lacking great concentration, but well-made and put together in an elegant, mid-weight style. Drink it over the next 5-7 years." (04/07) According to the Wine Spectator: "Supple and focused, with alluring black cherry and currant fruit intertwined with mocha, sanguine and iron notes. The finish is long and fine-grained. Has nice length and depth for the vintage. Drink now through 2011." (05/07) According to Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Deep red. Mineral-accented red berry and cherry aromas are clean and bright. Quite stony on the palate, with vibrant redcurrant and spicy cherry flavors and a deep espresso note on the back. This silky-smooth, sweet wine finishes long and elegant, with very fine tannins. You could drink this now. " (Jan/Feb 2007)

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