Clos du Mont-Olivet Seraphin Côtes du Rhône Red Rhone Blend 2014

$26

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Ratings on Delectable

Nicholas Livingston Delectable Pro

Clos du Mont-Oliver 2014 Côtes-du-Rhône | 13.5% | Mellow red fruits ranging from tender raspberries to sliced strawberries combine with a fragrant expression of the garrigue we yearn to find on quality Côtes-du-Rhône but in this case less the sapid rosemary and resinous herbs and more the scrub roses and lavender bound for Gras. 60% Syrah for its subtle but certain depth and structure, this blend also includes 40% Grenache for all its fragrance and fruit. The Famille Sabon who are the Stewards of Clos du Mont-Olivet tell us the “vineyard is located north of Bollene at the boundary between the Vaucluse and Drôme Provençale. The Syrah forming the basis for this wine are grown on the locality "Montueil" –slightly elevated and surrounded by trees, ideal conditions for they are not overripe. The tank is filled by gravity with 60% of the grapes whole cluster on the stems. The work of the wine is made without seeking maximum extraction to further emphasize the elegance and freshness. Breeding begins in enamel tanks to preserve freshness and after malolactic fermentation, the wine is placed in barrels.” Wine review by Nicholas Livingston with notes from the Famille Joseph Sabon, March 29, 2016 (all this praise on a Leaf Day no less)

Clos du Mont-Oliver 2014 Côtes-du-Rhône | 13.5% | Mellow red fruits ranging from tender raspberries to sliced strawberries combine with a fragrant expression of the garrigue we yearn to find on quality Côtes-du-Rhône but in this case less the sapid rosemary and resinous herbs and more the scrub roses and lavender bound for Gras. 60% Syrah for its subtle but certain depth and structure, this blend also includes 40% Grenache for all its fragrance and fruit. The Famille Sabon who are the Stewards of Clos du Mont-Olivet tell us the “vineyard is located north of Bollene at the boundary between the Vaucluse and Drôme Provençale. The Syrah forming the basis for this wine are grown on the locality "Montueil" –slightly elevated and surrounded by trees, ideal conditions for they are not overripe. The tank is filled by gravity with 60% of the grapes whole cluster on the stems. The work of the wine is made without seeking maximum extraction to further emphasize the elegance and freshness. Breeding begins in enamel tanks to preserve freshness and after malolactic fermentation, the wine is placed in barrels.” Wine review by Nicholas Livingston with notes from the Famille Joseph Sabon, March 29, 2016 (all this praise on a Leaf Day no less)

9.3

Douglas Braun

Tiny bit of Brett - really nice Syrah leads the way here - little more simplistic - really big tannins ( little too big )

Tiny bit of Brett - really nice Syrah leads the way here - little more simplistic - really big tannins ( little too big )

8.6

kasimir bujak

smells of kalamata, charcuterie, leather, dry dusty earth, blackberries, some garrigue. this is light and smooth, very very savory- olives, meat, earth, but above all dried herbs/garrigue. good value.

smells of kalamata, charcuterie, leather, dry dusty earth, blackberries, some garrigue. this is light and smooth, very very savory- olives, meat, earth, but above all dried herbs/garrigue. good value.

8.8

Location

  • 1601 MLK Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94709

  • Hours:
    Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-6PM

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