Domaine Gourt de Mautens (Jérôme Bressy) Rasteau Red Rhone Blend 2007

9.314 ratings on Delectable
$54.99

Lastly, and the greatest Rasteau I've ever tasted, Bressy's 2007 Rasteau is monumental stuff that flirts with perfection. Coming from miniscule yields...Tasting like the essence of this incredible terroir, with off the hook notes of plum, black raspberry, licorice, roasted herbs and chocolate, it has full-bodied richness, awesome purity and a voluptuous, unctuous and opulent texture that's has to be tasted to be believed. It's an incredible wine to drink anytime over the coming decade or more. eRobertParker.com

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Ratings on Delectable

Daron Watson Delectable Pro

forgot to post this from last week...#NextLevelRasteau! A true #VinDeGarde

forgot to post this from last week...#NextLevelRasteau! A true #VinDeGarde

9.7

Michael Kotrady Delectable Pro

Holy crap. Perfect score.

Holy crap. Perfect score.

10

Eric Guido

The bouquet on the '07 Court de Mautens was remarkably fresher than my previous experience with masses of blue violet florals, currants, dusty black earth, sweet exotic spice, crushed olive, and savory-saline minerality. On the palate it was wonderfully silky and refined, boosting incredible depth and richness to it's fruit, as crushed stone gave way to violet flowers with a center-focused layer of dry extract that coated the senses, before balancing acidity revealed layers of ripe black fruit, plum and hints of white pepper. Sweet tannin saturated the senses throughout the finish, with notes of blackberry, dried plum, and spice lingering. A wonderful performance and just hitting it's optimal drinking window.

The bouquet on the '07 Court de Mautens was remarkably fresher than my previous experience with masses of blue violet florals, currants, dusty black earth, sweet exotic spice, crushed olive, and savory-saline minerality. On the palate it was wonderfully silky and refined, boosting incredible depth and richness to it's fruit, as crushed stone gave way to violet flowers with a center-focused layer of dry extract that coated the senses, before balancing acidity revealed layers of ripe black fruit, plum and hints of white pepper. Sweet tannin saturated the senses throughout the finish, with notes of blackberry, dried plum, and spice lingering. A wonderful performance and just hitting it's optimal drinking window.

9.5

Benni Piron

Plums plums plums.

Plums plums plums.

9.2

Anthony Kjenstad

In Paris. Hard to hate any eone

In Paris. Hard to hate any eone

8.7

Julien Barbey

Dark color bursting with dark fruit flavor. Decanted for 4 hours

Dark color bursting with dark fruit flavor. Decanted for 4 hours