Vignerons de Tavel 2007

Les Vignerons de Tavel, Tavel, Prestige des Lauzeraies 2007 Sweet cherry fruit marks the nose and carries over on the palate. The mouth is broad and weighty, the acidity low, the fruit flavors are compelling and the body is big – a nice Tavel. The grapes are 50% Grenache, 25% Cinsault and 25% Syrah harvested from vines that average 35 years. The wine is strictly stainless steel. Proprietor Christian Paly and winemaker Paul Sanchez. Mis en bouteille at the Cave des Vignerons de Tavel in Tavel 14% purchased for $10.99 at K&L Caves des Vignerons de Tavel

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Ray Johnson is the Executive Director of the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University. He writes about food and wine, his travels and the business of wine. He makes his home in Sonoma County, California.
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One Response to Vignerons de Tavel 2007

  1. Bill Bullock says:

    For a fine California rendition of 07 Cinsault, visit Imagery Estate Winery in Glen Ellen. The fruit is sourced fron the Dragonsleaf vineyard on Sonoma Mountain.Joe Benziger made 125 cases,seperating it from the usual vineyard designated blend.Rumour has it he rolled up his pants and stomped the grapes as they didn’t fit throught the holes in the destemmer. Soft and spicy with a good backbone.

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