Michel Gahier Le Clousot Arbois Trousseau 2014

8.817 ratings on Delectable
$29.99

From 20-year-old vines, this is the lightest and freshest of the three Trousseaux from Gahier. All are hand-harvested and de-stemmed.

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Ratings on Delectable

Sarah O'Kelley

Interesting that almost all others noted funk. There might have been a touch upon opening but gave way to pretty tart red fruit & tons of minerality! Perfect with summer pasta dish (with cantaloupe sauce!) when folks wanted red not white.

Interesting that almost all others noted funk. There might have been a touch upon opening but gave way to pretty tart red fruit & tons of minerality! Perfect with summer pasta dish (with cantaloupe sauce!) when folks wanted red not white.

9.0

David Gola

Light, tart, with a mineral water like feel. Poorly defined fruit, with a bit of earth.

Light, tart, with a mineral water like feel. Poorly defined fruit, with a bit of earth.

8.5

John Clinton

Struck-matchy at first--blows off after a 20 minute decantation. Bright sumac, flinty, welcoming body/tannins. Silky yet prickly--complex with great finesse esp. at $25.

Struck-matchy at first--blows off after a 20 minute decantation. Bright sumac, flinty, welcoming body/tannins. Silky yet prickly--complex with great finesse esp. at $25.

8.9

Ethan Decker

Do not drink without decanting for an hour. Total horse piss on the nose at first, but it burns off and leaves behind a light, pretty, tart red that pairs beautifully with food.

Do not drink without decanting for an hour. Total horse piss on the nose at first, but it burns off and leaves behind a light, pretty, tart red that pairs beautifully with food.

9.0

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