Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards

Domaine Saint-Germain

Crac Boum’Bu Jacquère Blend 2020

Clean and precise, pear, lime, seashells, and mountain stream 😂 opens up nicely. — 18 days ago

La Baume

Reserve Saint Paul Sauvignon Blanc 2018

This wine is absolutely lovely, it smells wonderful, smells like spring, like Jasmin. The taste is so fresh, so fruity, delicious. I love it! — 3 years ago

Château Talbot

Saint-Julien Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

Dinner tasting Paul - at its peak, very round. Cedar notes, dark intense ripe fruitS (blackberries, plum) and notes of tonacco — 3 years ago

Paul Irwin
with Paul

Jean Luc et Paul Aegerter

Reserve Personnelle Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Pinot Noir

Nuits-Saint-Geoges 2009, excellente surprise, merci Gaby! — 4 years ago

Paul Jaboulet Aîné

Pierre Aiguille Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2017

While this doesn’t make an impression like Saint Cosme or charm quite like Gour de Chaulé, this is noteworthy for its accuracy and QPR. Let’s try not to overthink this wine. It’s quaffable and tastes like Gigondas from 2017 i.e. abundant red and dark fruit with good structure and silky texture. Continuing the trend towards higher quality, this is yet another example of Caroline Frey’s philosophy taking over at PJA. — 2 years ago

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Paul-Etienne Saint Germain

Cuvée Tradition Grand Cru Champagne Chardonnay

Blanc de blanc: out "new house" celebration wine, great stuff — 3 years ago

Brooke Gannon
with Brooke
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Saint Jean du Barroux

La Pierre Noire Côtes du Ventoux Grenache Syrah 2008

Raising a glass to Paul Sherwin.... — 4 years ago

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Saint Jean du Barroux

La Source Côtes du Ventoux Grenache Blend 2015

Sweet, cherry flavours, floral secondary aromas of violet, also tertiary leather, smokiness. Long lasting smooth finish. Medium to high acidity.

Provencal and mountainous, sunny yet cool, the quality of this superb terroir is thanks to 5 key elements that give their names to the 5 cuvees of Saint Jean du Barroux: La Source (spring), L'Argile (clay), La Pierre Noire (black stone), Le Microclimat (microclimate) and La Montagne (mountain).

Red Grenache - Carignan - Cinsault - Organic wine
Yield 30 hL/ha - hand picked - de-stemmed: 100% - maceration: 7 days - maturation: concrete and enameled tanks - corks: diam 5
Cellaring potential: 10 years - decant when young

14.5%

Gift from Robert and Tanis Gray
— 3 years ago