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2013 Domaine Calendal Plan de Dieu Cotes du Rhone Villages
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2020-2021)
- ABV 15%
- Closure: Cork
Domaine Calendal is the personal project of famed Rhone winemaking consultant Philippe Cambie and his partner Gilles Ferran. Very deep dark red colour with black tinged edges and a dark red hue. Pronounced aromas of ripe black raspberries, liquorice and hints of black cherries arise from the glass followed by subtle dried herb notes, light incense and spice. Medium to full bodied, juicy, rich ripe black raspberry and black cherry flavours are to the fore over some liquorice, dried herb infusions, incense, faint scorched earth and spice. Round opulent mouthfeel with velvety tannins. Excellent power and concentration with a long finish of ripe black cherries, black raspberries, liquorice, dried herbs and spicy scorched earth.
Drink over the next 4-5 years.
Coming from ridiculously low yields of 14 hectoliters per hectare (this is 1/3 the normal production), Philippe Cambie’s 2013 Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu is a smashing success in the vintage. Loaded with notes of black raspberry, blackberry, caramelized cherries, spice and crushed violets, it hits the palate with medium-bodied richness and depth, fantastic purity of fruit and a terrific finish that has both integrated acidity and fine tannin. Purity, finesse and elegance are the buzzwords here, and this is a beauty will drink nicely for 4-5 years, possibly longer.
Jeb Dunnuck – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate