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2004 Gourt de Mautens - Rasteau Rhone Blend - France - Southern Rhone - Cotes du Rhone Villages - Rasteau - Red

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France - Southern Rhone - Cotes du Rhone Villages - Rasteau

Red Rhone Blend
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VF: 2007-2024 VF: 2007-2024

Author Munish
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Tasted On 01/16/2010

Still drinking awesome. Everytime I try this wine, I say "this is how a wine should drink"

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Author grapist
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95.833%
Tasted On 12/06/2008

This followed a Beaurenard Rasteau of the same vintage and this was far superior. Much darker and denser, this wine was better in every way. But then, it is typically substantially more money. This is still young and need breathing time. It open nicely to reveal rich, earthy flavors and dark fruits that are well balanced once the air softens the tannins. I bought this very well on sale and would surely buy it again.

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