Jacques & Francois Lurton Les Hauts De Janeil Syrah Grenache 2015
Concentrated nose of black cherry, spice, white pepper complemented by notes of vanilla and cinnamon. Good roundness on the palate with plenty of suppleness in the mouth, the tannins are dense with an elegant structure. Long and aromatic with black fruits on the finish.
|Region||Vin de Pays d'Oc|
|Brand||Jacques & Francois Lurton|
Wine Spectator Ripe blackberry and plum notes show a creamy texture, with spice box and licorice details lingering on the herb-tinged finish. Grippy tannins. Drink now through 2018. 1,500 cases imported.
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