Domaine du Grapillon d'Or 1806 Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2012

Ratings on Delectable

John Howard Delectable Pro

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

Kirsch, black cherry, herbs, mint, chocolate, medium acid toast and a bit of funk. Pretty damn good if not a little ripe.

Kirsch, black cherry, herbs, mint, chocolate, medium acid toast and a bit of funk. Pretty damn good if not a little ripe.

8.9

Thibaut Marquis Delectable Pro

Region Manager East, CRU Selections Terlato Wines International

Raspberries, black cherry, black pepper, spice, cloves and earthy finish. Long finish.

Raspberries, black cherry, black pepper, spice, cloves and earthy finish. Long finish.

9.0

Cannon Smith Delectable Pro

Dark berries and eucalyptus, give a little time to open up and get interesting.

Dark berries and eucalyptus, give a little time to open up and get interesting.

8.8

Sean Lyons

Maybe 90% overripe fruit. Would have absolutely pegged it as new world. Small hints of dark chocolate and earthy spices. No finish. Too much alcohol. Meh.

Maybe 90% overripe fruit. Would have absolutely pegged it as new world. Small hints of dark chocolate and earthy spices. No finish. Too much alcohol. Meh.

8.3

Gregg Congleton

Nice gigondas at Gibbet Hill

Nice gigondas at Gibbet Hill

9.3

Fredrik Junestedt

A good and tastful wine with character.

A good and tastful wine with character.

9.0

Emma McKeen Delectable Pro

Super balanced. Great wine!

Super balanced. Great wine!

10

Christian McLeod

Opened for a few hours of breathing ... Subtle nose.. Dry berries, leather .. tight finish .

Opened for a few hours of breathing ... Subtle nose.. Dry berries, leather .. tight finish .

8.6

Jean-Phillippe Landry

Young but good

Young but good

8.9

Klint Ramdass

Delicious full-bodied Grenache/Syrah mix.

Delicious full-bodied Grenache/Syrah mix.

9.5

Location

  • 43380 US Hwy 19 N
    Tarpon Springs, FL 34689

  • Hours:
    9am - 9pm every day

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