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70% Grenache, 14% Syrah, 15% Mourvedre, 1% Cinsault Whole cluster ferm, 12 mos age, 20% in new casks, 50% in 1-4 yr uses, 30% in concrete 2020 defined by finesse, elegance, and delicacy.

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Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas 2020
Aromas of grilled plums, black cherry, cured meat and tobacco jump from the glass. The palate is juicy yet dry with more plum and cherry flavors and a touch of anise, supported by fine tannins and lingering, refreshing acid.

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Fat Barrel Stratigraphy Red Swartland 2020
Châteauneuf-du-Pape is famously the strongest, most powerful, and longest-lived wine of the southern Rhône. Louis Barruol’s Châteauneuf-du-Pape from contracted growers is a classic expression of the region with aromas and flavors of cherry, thyme, lavender, truffle, and olives.

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Saint Cosme Chateauneuf du Pape 2019
The 2019 Sinister Hand displays spicy, dark, and savory characteristics. The exuberant nose has raspberry aromas with a hint of vanilla, while the lively palate has a soft juicy texture and a well-balanced acidity. Chewy tannins, black cherry, and a hint of toasty French oak round out the vibrant finish.

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Owen Roe Sinister Hand 2019
This wine begins with dark, steeped berries encircling fireplace and pine forest aromas. in the mouth, it is creamy and full-flavored, exhibiting wild black currant and dark chocolate flavors mixed with sweet tobacco and black cherry candy. The wine envelops your whole mouth and glides down the throat, leaving a hint of smoke and mocha. First rate and drinking beautifully now, but will age through 2028.

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E. Guigal Saintes Pierres de Nalys Chateauneuf-du-Pape  2018
One of the leading domaines in Bandol, Domaine Tempier is, without a doubt, the most visible producer from the appellation in the U.S. marketplace today. I think this is well-deserved (and a good thing for Bandol), as the wines are at the top of the hierarchy in terms of quality. The estate has been in the Peyraud family for generations and has a long, storied history that’s beautifully documented in Kermit Lynch’s newsletters and book, Adventures on the Wine Route (an absolute must read for any wine lover). The family is still going strong today, yet the wines are now made by Daniel Ravier. -Wine Advocate

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Domaine Tempier Bandol Rouge 2020

Rose

This dry rosé is perfectly balanced, soft, and thirst quenching. Fresh berries, especially strawberry,with a touch of floral character and peach are well-balanced by fresh acid and minerality on the palate.The wine is dry with strawberries lingering on the finish.

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Laurent Miquel Rose 2021
The nose is enticed by intense aromas of cranberries, nectarine, fresh herbs, as well as strawberries.  On the palate, red berries dominate, but they are enhanced by flavors of strawberries, nectarine, tangerine, wet stone and a lip-smacking acidity.  The wine also offers herbaceous notes. It is overall, a very attractive, delicate and elegant wine.

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Chateau des Bormettes L'Argentiere Rose 2021
From the distributor: Ripe red berries, orange zest and a subtle floral quality on the fragrant nose. Broad, fleshy and dry, displaying good, spicy lift to the raspberry, cherry and blood orange flavors. Smoothly plays richness off delicacy and finishes with lingering red fruit character.

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Les Aphillanthes Nymphea Rose 2021

Sparkling

Clean, invigorating notes of silex on the nose showcase the limestone soils of the Rouanne vineyard. The aromas and flavors develop as the wines opens to reveal wild strawberry and fresh thyme – a complex and flavorful sparkling rosé.

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Chateau de Rouanne Brut Nature 2019