2015 Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cuvee 3 Cepages Cotes du Rhone Villages

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2015 Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cuvee 3 Cepages Cotes du Rhone Villages

Cotes du Rhone Villages, Southern Rhone, FRANCE
$26.99 Bottle
  • Cellar 5 - 6 years (2022-2023)
  • ABV 14.5%
  • Closure: Cork

An equal parts blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre. Totally opaque black dark purple colour with a deep dark purple black tinged hue. Exhibiting aromas of black cherries, dark raspberries and liquorice with a subtle meatiness and some blackpepper notes also chiming in, the nose is followed by a palate that impresses for its weight and richness. It dishes up a combination of ripe dark cherry, black raspberry and liquorice flavours subtlety infused with dried herbs. Meaty mouthfeel with a slightly dryish, pepper infused finish. Ripe chewy tannins provide some grip. Long spicy aftertaste of ripe blueberries, black raspberries, liquorice, dried herb infusions and blackpepper.
Cellar 5-6 years.
Alc. 14.5%

Other Reviews….
The 2015 Côtes du Rhône Villages Cuvee Trois Cepages (equal parts Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre) is another terrific wine that’s loaded with potential. Blueberries, blackcurrants, Provencal garrigue and licorice all emerge from this full-bodied, mouth-filling, plump and decadent beauty that should drink nicely for 7-8 years.
90-93 points
Jeb Dunnuck – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate