Cuvee Jean-Paul Rouge

$ 3.66 $ 3
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with ripe fruit, great structure, and a soft, appealing texture. It shows the acidity of the vintage, with some dry tannins behind it. The flavors are dry, rich and concentrated, but the wine shows theamy aromas now. Maybe it will benefit from aging for 3–4 years. An elegant Pinot Noir, but by no means flawless. It has too much tension from the beginning, with sour cherry candy flavors mixed with a hint of herb. Tannins are very present, but velvet, velvet tannins. There`s a touch of heat in the finish. There`s a lot of good about this small-production wine. The blending and the balance between the good black currant flavors and the sweet smoky edge of new oak, and the bright acidity, make it a fine cellaring wine. However, the alcohol is very high, giving it an unbalanced feel.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright, peppery cherry fruit and a touch of earthy funk. Round and supple, the palate is there filled with fine-grained tannins and a faint spray of red fruit. This is a clean, fresh, fruity wine that works on that famous McKinley Hill first. It`s forward and forward on the nose, with raspberry and red plum aromas. The palate is more simplistic, with cherry and raspberry flavors. And the finish is sticky with pithy bitterness. Red plum and raspberry aromas are matched by touches of smoky rubber and caramel in this smooth, full-bodied wine. It`s pretty cola-like in texture, with just enough savory elements to keep it lively on the palate. A pretty Sauvignon Blanc, tart and spicy, with notes of lemongrass, green mint and grass. A touch of bitterness in the finish adds extra complexity to the wine.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with aromas of peach, apricot and slightly sour candy. It`s light in body, with a touch of crispness and a full, refreshing mouthfeel. Barrel notes of toast, butterscotch and nutmeg are lightly spiced on the nose of this wine from a family-owned producer. It`s moderate in acidity, with pear and apple flavors, and a seasoning of spices on the finish. Produced in the Douro Superior region`s mountainous, mountainous soil, this wine has juicy, rich black fruits. The tannins are there, but there is the background of wood that gives the wine so-called Chablis. It`s made from a blend of Touriga Nacional and Alicante Bouschet. Drink this wine now. Soft and ripe, this is a warm, ripe wine.

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