Roy Estate

Maison Roy & Fils

Incline Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2017

[Tasted on October 3, 2022 at Home]

This wine is marketed as Willamette Valley Estate Grown Pinot Noir, not “Incline.” Blend from Estate vineyards in Dundee Hills (Iron Filbert Vineyard) and Yamhill-Carlton (Quartz Acorn Vineyard) AVAs. Roses and bright red fruit on the nose. Cherry, cranberry and plum fruit, with graphite, violets and spice. Great QPR.
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La Croix du Roy Sancerre Pinot Noir 2014

Drew Summers

Alongside Poulet Rôti au Vin Rouge. — a month ago

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Louis Jadot

Clos du Roy Marsannay Pinot Noir 2017

Bright in color. Modern in flavor. Acai and Cranberry. Should age well for the next 5-8. — 4 months ago

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Bourgogne Aligoté 2020

Nice vibrant acidity just like I remember — 9 days ago

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Domaine des Malandes

Cuvée Tour du Roy Vieilles Vignes Chablis Chardonnay

Light and lovely, very easy to drink! No oakiness at all. — 3 days ago

Domaine Marc Roy

Clos Prieur Gevrey-Chambertin Pinot Noir 2017

Really good for village. Some earth on nose but mostly fruit. Very very green, bright, alive. Red currant. Long finish. — 2 months ago

Roy Estate

Estate Grown Napa Valley Proprietary Red Wine 2013

First Roy- high quality stuff. Old/new school in style. Great balance. — 5 months ago

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Domaine Sylvain Pataille

Clos du Roy Marsannay Pinot Noir 2017

Ruby purple. Cramberries, spice,
earthy notes. Long finish.
— 2 months ago

Domaine Antonin Guyon

Clos du Roy Corton Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2011

Dark berry with earthy game to nose and pleasing to palate with a long finish. — 19 days ago

Domaine Jean Royer

Le Petit Roy Red Rhône Blend 2001

Back for the 20ème année (20th year) release here. Ruby red, very good clarity. Funk and figs in nose. Flavors: cola, funk; raspberry strawberry and cherry on finish. Seed tannins unresolved after 30, 60 minutes but fun and easy to drink while you are waiting. Definitely figs in the aftertaste. I’d stock a few of these away and replenish every year. If you must drink French reds, why not start here? Yummy — 4 months ago

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