Mas Martinet

Mas Martinet

Martinet Bru Priorat Garnacha Syrah 2019

Bru! Bru! Bru! Inky violet garnet with a ruby rim. Licorice, prunes, sweet pipe tobacco. — a month ago

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Mas Gabinele

Vieilles Vignes Grenache Gris 2017

Bought at the domaine in 2019. Orange peel, hazelnut, minerals, very ripe melon and pear. Deep and rich, with tremendous length, this is very impressive and puts a big smile on my face. — a month ago

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Jeroen Koenen

Jeroen Koenen

Sounds very good!
Hope we can share a bottle soon….
David Koenen

David Koenen

Yes! Let’s!
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Mas de Boislauzon

Cuvée du Quet Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend 2005

Unusually dark, tarry, tannic and masculine for a Ch9dP. Probably reflecting the 30% Mourvedre in the blend.
Hints of iron, oxtailsoup, blackpudding, charcoal, dark spices and bitter chocolate. Although there are still a few blackberries and dates bobbing up and down in this brooding and rustic wine, I’d drink this within a few years time. At this moment, there still is enough freshness and vivacity too keep things enjoyable.
Impressive. And very nice.

— a month ago

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Mas de Boislauzon

Tintot Special Cuvée Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend 2015

We pulled this from our cellar and brought it to V. Mertz for dinner. We enjoyed a couple of other wines as aperitifs and then ultimately did what anyone given the opportunity should do: pair it with lamb chops. We poured it into a decanter while we enjoyed the conversation and opening courses. Given the setting, there were no formal notes however, I can confidently report that the 2015 “Tintot” absolutely slaps. From the first sip to the last, it was all balance, power and class. It was also a spectacular showcase for Mourvèdre. It was hard to fully judge color because the lighting was so low but it appeared to be nearly opaque. A touch feral with a slightly gamey element to it but there’s a great big ol’ basket of black and blue fruits with red and purple flowers, garrigue, some black pepper and cedar chest. Structure is still quite firm but totally enjoyable. While this is an unusual assemblage for the region, it still comes across as a wine from Chateauneuf-du-Pape. This was my first “Tintot” and it has left quite the impression. Drink now with an hour decant or over the next 7-10 years. P.S. it probably goes without saying, but the pairing with lamb chops was sublime. — 10 days ago

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Oller del Mas

Petit Bernat Pla de Bages Macabeo Blend 2021

Low aroma, light bodied, citrus accents with a slightly bitter aftertaste. Easy to drink, paired well with a series of vegetable dishes and sea bass. — 2 days ago

Mas d'en Gil

Bellmunt Vi de Vila Priorat 2015

v18. Soft, smoked meat nose. Fresh, bright, layers of cherry and black cherry fruits. Clean, smooth, pleasingly bitter finish. Enjoyable. — 18 days ago

Mas Igneus

V de Mas Igneus Priorat Garnatxa Negra Blend

This is a dang wine. Mad blend of Garnatxa Negra, Merlot, Pedro Ximenez, Viognier, Garnatxa Blanca. Flinty/zingy/citrus. — 4 days ago

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Mas Sersal

Petites Estones Negre Montsant Garnacha Samsó 2019

Minerality. With risotto and amberjack. — 6 days ago

Mas de Valériole

Beauduc Marselan 2020

Bold strawberry fruit notes with a lingering coffee finish. — 4 days ago

Mas des Chimères

Oeillade Vin de Pays des Coteaux du Salagou Cinsault 2020

Nice lighter wine! Yum. From Gay’s “store” — 10 days ago