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Domaine de Bila-Haut L'Esquerda Côtes du Roussillon Villages Grenache Blend 2014

Ken Z

Drank 4/14/17. Decent pairing with chicken sausage and lentils.

Big nose of raspberry bramble, cherry, underbrush, and Blackberry liquer. Red fruits on the palate, with herbs, spice, and cherry. Medium to firm tannins on the finish, dominated by red fruit. A touch hot. I beleive WA went like 96 pts on that. Can't quite get there, but a nice wine for the price (roughly $27).

4/22/8/3/4 + 50 = 91 Pts.
— 6 days ago

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"La Mordorée" Côte-Rôtie Syrah 1992

Superbe, sur de notes de truffe, de cuir et de cacao. Du velour — 24 days ago

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Les Bécasses Côte-Rôtie Syrah 2011

WOTN! So fresh and elegant! Amazing! — 21 hours ago

Jeroen WagemansKen MaesAmanda Danger Lundberg
with Jeroen, Ken and 1 other
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l'Ermite Ermitage Marsanne 2002

Honey and peaches! A bit of petrol on the nose. Held its own even after the Montrachet. — a month ago

Severn, Amr and 5 others liked this

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Belleruche Côtes-du-Rhône White Rhone Blend 2017

Robust, not too sweet, hints of melon and red berries. Smooth mouth feel.
— 23 days ago

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Les Micas Côte-Rôtie Syrah

Vintage 2013 / juicy, spicy, mocca, yummie! — 20 days ago

Willem, Daniel P. and 3 others liked this

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"Les Granits" Saint Joseph Syrah 2011

getting to the right place....in da zone now ! — 9 days ago

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Le Méal Blanc Hermitage Marsanne 2010

Shay A

Weekly Wednesday Wine Committee. Incredible hosting by Joe. 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds, 1 dessert wine, all tasted blind.

This is the white wine that changed the most from start to finish. It slowly revealed oak, especially a heavy “toast” note to it. With no idea what to call it, I guessed Australian chardonnay. Sweet oak (definitely not too much), round mouthfeel, and honeyed cashews. This deserves to be served alone to be fully appreciated.
— a month ago

Dan FitzgeraldJeff MeyerWill Adams
with Dan, Jeff and 3 others
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