Wine Spectator | Rating: 95A rich style, with a lightly buttered edge leading the way, though there's ample drive to the core of white peach, melon and pear flavors. A light honeysuckle edge frames the finish, presenting a toasted macadamia nut echo. Scrumptious. Drink now through 2025. 24 cases imported.Drink Dates: 2017-2025Author: James Molesworth
Wine Advocate | Rating: 98The thickest, most unctuous, full-bodied and sexy white of the vintage is the 2014 Ermitage de l'Oree. Coming all from the sedimentary soils of the Les Murets and aged mostly in demi-muids (only 15% new), it offers a sensational perfume of caramelized peaches, campfire, honeysuckle and white flowers that literally come soaring from the glass. Possessing uncommon density, a stacked mid-palate, loads of sweet fruit and a blockbuster finish, this hedonistic effort can be drunk with incredibly pleasure today, or cellared for a decade or more. It will have three or more decades of overall longevity.Author: Robert Parker
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Marsanne is a white variety that is typically found in blends, where it contributes richness, weight, and flavors of honeydew, peach, pear, blossom, and spiced nuts to the wine. In the it is blended with to produce an age-worthy wine that develops complex hazelnut aromas over time. Producers such as in the Northern Rhône and in offer the best examples of this variety.
Marsanne pairs well with rich shellfish dishes, poultry, and spicy flavors, particularly Asian cuisine.
Collector Data For This Wine
- 43 bottles owned
- 7 collectors