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Bottle Size: 1.5 L
The 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape Chante Le Merle Vieilles Vignes comes from extremely old vines (90-100 years of age), includes 100% whole clusters, and was aged in both neutral foudres and demi-muids. Exhibiting the deepest color as well as the greatest concentration of this quartet, it appears to be the finest example of this cuvee since the prodigious 1990. Terrific notes of licorice, incense, seaweed wrappers, black raspberries, blackberries, and cherries are present in the incredibly complex aromatic display. Deep and full-bodied with lots of roasted herb and meat juice-like characteristics, this big, extravagantly rich, full-bodied wine possesses silky tannins as well as a finish that lasts nearly 50 seconds. It should drink well for two decades.
TASTING NOTES Ample dark fruits, chocolate, bouquet garni and licorice in its full-bodied, supple, forward...
TASTING NOTES Has some reserved, sanguine notes and an essence-like, raspberry core. Some stones and...
TASTING NOTES Boasting complex scents of roses, black tea, raspberries and cherries on the nose,...
Juicy and spicy, with lots of raspberry ganache and blueberry notes offset by hints of...