Domaine Auguste Clape Renaissance Cornas Syrah 2014

$90

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Ratings on Delectable

Alex Jones Delectable Pro

Marketing/Development Kunni/Westerly Wines

Brooding. Black olives and licorice, cola, black pepper and (maybe) some dark cherry. Ready to drink, hopefully by me.

Brooding. Black olives and licorice, cola, black pepper and (maybe) some dark cherry. Ready to drink, hopefully by me.

8.9

Matt Lasater Delectable Pro

A great example of how great producers can trump challenging vintages. Rain, pest pressure and hail were present in 2014 for the N. Rhône. This wine is beautiful and shows just how transparent Syrah can be in the right hands. Dark fruit notes, crushed granite, animal, damp leather, dried violets, warm spices. The tannins are raw and lively without being overbearing and balanced by a stern acid note. Mainly press wine I believe. Classic Cornas

A great example of how great producers can trump challenging vintages. Rain, pest pressure and hail were present in 2014 for the N. Rhône. This wine is beautiful and shows just how transparent Syrah can be in the right hands. Dark fruit notes, crushed granite, animal, damp leather, dried violets, warm spices. The tannins are raw and lively without being overbearing and balanced by a stern acid note. Mainly press wine I believe. Classic Cornas

9.3

Thomas Gayno

Splendid. Had this over cheeses. Opened it an hour before. Gift from Antoine Manceaux.

Splendid. Had this over cheeses. Opened it an hour before. Gift from Antoine Manceaux.

9.2

Blake Walker

Herbal aroma. Dark fruit, black olive. Medium bodied. White pepper on the finish.

Herbal aroma. Dark fruit, black olive. Medium bodied. White pepper on the finish.

9.3

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-8PM

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