Winery Wines Files 9

Red wine 2011 Gaillac AOC "Cuvée du Dôme", South-west France, France

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 12.5%
Price: 6.30 €
Bottle closue: Synthetic
Maturing: Steel
Registration number : #DBL-LCDR11

Wine Review Report :

Wein-Plus rating: Very good (86 WP)
Last reviewed: 29 August 2019
Editor note: Meaty animal notes and a hint of bacon on the nose, cedary and light peppery notes, blackcurrants and red berries, hint of mushrooms, touch of iodine. Clear, fairly polished, juicy fruit on the palate, very fine tannins, vegetal and herbaceous notes, nutty traces, meaty traces in the background, good to very good finish.
Best to drink: To 2021+

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Cabernet Sauvignon - grape and leaf


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Merlot - grape and leaf


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