Deep ruby color.
Aromas of cherry, earth, leather, peppercorn.
Dry. Flavors cherry, plum, earth, leather, peppercorn, tobacco. Medium-rich, chewy tannins.
Finish: 4/5 — 19 days ago
Presented to me double-blind. The wine appears a deep burnished golden color with medium+ viscosity. Notes of baked apples, white flowers, chamomile minerals and a petrol thing. On the palate, medium+ acid. Confirming the fruit but the apples are spiced and there’s a slightly nutty, oxidized thing going. Alcohol seems elevated too. Loads of character. The color and oxidization suggested it was a combo of style and age; I figured 10-15 years. I vacillated between Alsatian Riesling GC or a Chenin from the Loire by a great producer. Ultimately, I called 2010 Savennières as it actually reminded me of Joly’s “Clos de la Bergerie”. LOL! Close!!! These Huet Sec’s age amazing 🥲. — 2 years ago
Tasted April 2021. Dark red, spicy plum smell. Full body red fruit taste with the perfect amount of acidity. Greatly enjoy 3/4 — 3 years ago
La damme du causse — 2 months ago
€ 58 bij Bergerie PlanPraz — 8 months ago
Lovely chilled red. Bright blueberry fruit, yeasty, slight tartness, and very refreshing! — 2 years ago
Decent structure, lively fruit. Easy weeknight wine. — 3 years ago
For Amy/John visit, found several left over from AA and it’s drinking a mellow well balanced red fruited almost silky textured wine. — 4 months ago
Lemon, slate, herbs, a touch of wet wool at first but it blew off. Vibrant and long. — a year ago
Crisp,clean, dry, and fresh. Mineral driven with medium to fine bubbles and a crisp citrus, high acid finish. Nothing flashy, but a solid sipper. — 2 years ago