This has a gorgeous mouthfeel, with a velvety yet racy edge allowing the dark plum, black cherry compote, anise, iron and dark olive notes to unfurl through the long finish. Should age well. Best from 2016 through 2026. 40 cases imported.
The 2011 Cote Rotie La Mordoree is an undeniable success in the vintage. Medium to full-bodied, concentrated and with solid mid-palate concentration, this forward, plump and straight up delicious Cote Rotie offers plenty of floral, bacon, dried herbs and raspberry-styled aromas and flavors. Enjoy it over the coming decade.
Very deep crimson. Very muscular and sinewy. Complete. Admirable, not hot, but dense. Lots of minerals on the finish. Amazingly chewy! Liquorice. Tar. Needs lots of time. Jancis Robinson
Superb nose of fresh bacon, roasted dark fruits, rotten violet, baked pepper. Can’t go wrong : it’s a Syrah. Palate has tense and freshness. Loads of red fruits and spices, elegant tannins and acidity.~vivino.com
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