Cinsault

Château Puech Redon

'Pour de Vrai' Petillant Naturel Cinsault Rose 2020

2020. Start of a great meal at Izakaya Koji. Flinty mineral nose that did not carry into the crisp, tart flavors. More bubbles than many Pet-Nats I’ve had. Worked great with our first courses. — 10 days ago

Anthony and Romain liked this

The Soothsayers Ferment

Single Ferment Series Cinsault 2018

6/2022. Good red from Chile. Nice boldness and feels good on the palate. — a month ago

Eddie, Ericsson and 1 other liked this

J. Brix

Uncontainable Hagata Vineyard Rosé of Cinsault 2021

Reliably good summer rose, at an okay price point — 23 days ago

Domaine Tempier

Bandol Mourvedre Blend 2012

One of my favorites! 1hr+ decant. Dark red color. Prime drinking age. Absolutely insane nose of perfume, flowers, earth, and cow shit. Same on the palate with medium depth and finish. So unique and awesome! — 15 days ago

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Shay, Tom and 5 others liked this

Tablas Creek Vineyard

Cinsaut 2020

Great minerality and acidity. Good food wine that will age well. — 2 days ago

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Pedro Parra y Familia

Imaginador Itata Cinsault 2020

LB
10

From Des for Games Day! 🎲 — 23 days ago

Château Pradeaux

Bandol Rosé Mourvedre Cinsault 2021

Tasting my summer rosé case. Good buy! Complex and herbal with a smooth oily Bandol texture. Will save a few bottles for aging. — 16 days ago

John, Ira and 7 others liked this
John Howard

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Oooh nice. Opening this bottle tomorrow. Looking forward to it!

Mas des Chimères

Oeillade Vin de Pays des Coteaux du Salagou Cinsault 2020

Nice lighter wine! Yum. From Gay’s “store” — 11 days ago

Clos de L'ours

L'Agachon Carignan Cinsault 2019

Ted
9.0

Ripe red fruit and acidity galore. Almost has a Dr Pepper thing going on. — 6 days ago

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Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Rosé Blend 2018

This was presented double-blind to the Tasting Group. The wine is copper in color with a pinkish hue, possibly due to skin contact. No signs of gas or sediment. No staining of the tears. On the nose, some slight VA, underripe stone fruit, grassy notes, slight petrol notes, olive brine, white pepper and very slightly smoky. On the palate, fruit is more pronounced; bright and tightly coiled. The stone fruits are confirmed…adding quince to the fruit set. The wine is quite floral too and there is a slightly toasted marshmallow thing. The wine is dry. Not tannic. Acid is medium+. Wonderful texture. Guesses were all over the place but when I said that it was not testable, one taster called Chateau Simone Palette Rosé which, is a really great call. Anyway, Musar Rosé ended up being too far a stretch for even this group of seasoned wine geeks. This was my first experience with the 2018 Musar Rosé and I would recommend to hold for a few years an allow to uncoil and flesh out. — 21 days ago

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Brent Young

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@Jay Kline The 2014 is drinking great