2007 Delas Freres Saint-Espirit Cotes du Rhone

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2007 Delas Freres Saint-Espirit Cotes du Rhone

Cotes du Rhone, Southen Rhone, FRANCE
$21.99 Bottle
  • Cellar Drink Now - 4 years (2009-2013)
  • ABV 13.5%
  • Closure: Cork

Crimson mauve colour with crimson mauve hue. Aromas of cherry, raspberry, spice and confectionary. Medium weight with dark cherry, ripe raspberry and truffle flavours followed by some spice and just a hint of blackpepper on the back palate. Fine grained soft tannin structure with aftertaste of dark cherry, truffle and spice. A very well made softer style of Cotes du Rhone.
Drink now or cellar a further 2-4 years (2009-2013)
13.5% Alc

Other Reviews...
This great northern Rhone negociant, spearheaded by their brilliant oenologist and winemaker, Jacques Grange, has consistently made fabulous wines from the northern appellations, but only recently upgraded the quality of their southern Rhone selections. These are the finest southern Rhones they have made, and their Cotes du Rhone St.-Esprit ranks alongside the offerings from Guigal and Chapoutier. The amazing 2007 Cotes du Rhone St.-Esprit (75% Syrah and 25% Grenache) reveals a northern Rhone orientation, but it is loaded with spice and black fruits, and displays a beautiful opulent texture as well as a gorgeous finish with impressive purity. Chateauneuf du Pape has also benefitted from the new attention to detail and upgraded quality. The good news is that there are about 1,500 cases of this cuvee.
90 points
Robert Parker – The Wine Advocate