Posts Tagged ‘Côtes du Rhône’
It’s now less than a week until the International Hospice du Rhone. To celebrate, I am diving into a few imported French Rhones.
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This wine is imported into the US by Pasternak, a high quality importer whose media shipments are always a pleasure to receive. This wine is no exception.
Wine Review: 2010 Maison Richard Côtes du Rhône La Petite Fontaine
A blend of 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 15% Cinsault and 5% Carignan.
To The Eye: Dark red, to purple color.
On The Nose: Raspberry, graphite, smoked meat
In The Mouth: Mostly red price on viagra fruit, blackberry, with a nice note of
Recommendation: A keeper wine for the price, and a wonderful example of what red wine can be without oak. Grab a few bottles if you see them around.
89 Points. Media Sample