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2010 Domaine Coursodon Saint-Joseph Silice
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90-92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2012

(just 5% new oak):  Opaque purple.  Fresh black raspberry and cherry aromas display very good clarity and pick up a sexy floral quality with air.  Sweet, silky cherry and red berry compote flavors are lifted by juicy acidity and given back-end bite by a peppery note.  Intensely fruity, brisk and very easy to drink, finishing with good sweetness and bright minerality.  This wine showcases the elegance that syrah can attain when grown on granitic soils. 

92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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