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2010 Domaine Jean Michel Gerin Cote-Rotie la Vialliere
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92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2013

Deep ruby.  Smoky, highly perfumed bouquet of blackberry, cassis, dried flowers and musky herbs.  Juicy, smoke- and herb-accented dark berry flavors are suave and focused, with a peppery note adding bite.  Pliant, sappy and sweet on the finish, which strongly repeats the smoky note.  A decidedly more traditional rendering of Cote-Rotie than I usually expect chez Gerin, which Michael told me is the intent.

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