Domaine de la Vieille Julienne Reserve Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend 2010

$249

There are 500 cases of the 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Reserve... Yields were under 20 hectoliters per hectare, and the vines utilized for the Reserve were planted in 1904. Virtually all Grenache with the balance probably including Syrah and Mourvedre, this is a field blend. An inky/purple color is accompanied by notes of raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. There is a sappy precision to its formidably endowed, massive mouthfeel. Sadly, this profound Chateauneuf du Pape is nearly impossible to find. It should evolve easily for 20-25 years. Robert Parker

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Ratings on Delectable

Connor McMahon Delectable Pro

Julienne Reserve was great tonight. Standard STUD from CDP. Elegant fruit with huge body and length. The Salon was beautiful. My one comment about that champagne is the little bubbles. So soft and fragrant.

Julienne Reserve was great tonight. Standard STUD from CDP. Elegant fruit with huge body and length. The Salon was beautiful. My one comment about that champagne is the little bubbles. So soft and fragrant.

9.6

Jed

Blacjberry, spice, mint, creosote, tobacco, anise and bacon nose. Rich, complicated iron , stone and purple fruit flavors with a good acidity, mellow tannins and an earthy, granular finish.

Blacjberry, spice, mint, creosote, tobacco, anise and bacon nose. Rich, complicated iron , stone and purple fruit flavors with a good acidity, mellow tannins and an earthy, granular finish.

8.6

Kyle Erickson Delectable Pro

Co-Owner/Distributor Vance Erickson

Ok... Hammel posted this on Twitter. Where did this go down?

Ok... Hammel posted this on Twitter. Where did this go down?

9.6

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