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2015 Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe Chateauneuf du Pape La Crau
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- Cellar 8 - 10 years (2026-2028)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
Deep dark red colour with black tinged edges and a bricky red hue. Intense black raspberry and ripe dark cherry aromas intermix with hints of Morello cherries and liquorice over a backdrop of earthy incense like characters, vanillin cedar and spicy dried herbs. Rich, very concentrated and possessing a solid backbone the palate is flooded with mouthfilling flavours of black raspberries, dark and Morello cherries, as well as liquorice. Underpinning the fruit is vanillin cedar, earthy incense infusions, dried herbs and spicy pepper. Opulent yet chewy mouthfeel with muscular tannins backed by good acidity providing the framework. Outstanding power and depth with a long lingering aftertaste of spicy black raspberries, dark and Morello cherries, liquorice, earthy incense infusions, vanillin cedar and pepper.
Cellar 8-10 years.
A wine with playful, attractive character. An array of red, blue and purple fruits. Gently spicy, chalky and fragrant, it has a very supple, fleshy and layered palate with a web of fine, smooth and supple tannins. Extremely elegant and composed. A long draw on the finish. Great depth and drive. This will live super long. Try after 2020.
This has a lovely, perfumy mix of savory, mint, tobacco, blood orange, cherry and bergamot notes all mixed together, carried by silky but ample structure before ending with a long, mineral- and shiso leaf-infused finish. Finely beaded acidity lets everything hang wonderfully. This should expand and cruise in the cellar. Best from 2020 through 2035.