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2009 Daniel Bouland Morgon Delys Vieilles Vignes
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90(+?) Points | International Wine Cellar , February 2011

Vivid purple.  Deep red berry and cherry pit aromas, with notes of smoky herbs and licorice gaining strength with air.  Densely packed raspberry and cherry flavors are slow to unfold, with tangy acidity providing spine.  More powerful but less graceful than the Corcelette, finishing with strong grip, gently chewy tannins and a very persistent mineral quality.  I’d give this at least another four or five years of bottle age.

92 Points | Wine Spectator

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