2015 L`idiot du Village

Wine colour
USA > Washington > Walla Walla Valley
Gramercy Cellars
Tasting Notes:

(vinified with 60% whole clusters): Bright, dark red. Sexy purple aromas of black raspberry and violet accented by spices and a suggestion of wild herbs that`s no doubt partly from the stems): Firm but rather open-knit for this bottling; distinctly less hard than in the early years. Offers a solid deep core of tart red plum and spices and finishes with a fine dusting of tannins, noteworthy length and no rough edges. Harrington was a bit less specific about food matches for this wine: "with a grilled or roasted four-legged animal." - Stephen Tanzer 90

Press Reviews:

`A wine that`s seeing a longer elevage in barrel, the 2013 L`Idiot du Village is a stunner, and could possibly eclipse the 2012. It exhibits perfumed notes of spring flowers, blackberry, blueberry and crushed rocks, medium to full-bodied richness, impressive concentration and building tannin that start on the mid-palate and show up nicely on the finish. A complete, balanced Mourvèdre, it will have 10-15 years of longevity.` 92-94 points, Jeb Dunnock, erobertparker.com, drink. 2016 – 2028

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