Domaine Les Bruyeres Crozes Hermitage Rouge Georges 2017

Rich and nicely detailed, boasting roasted fig, raspberry ganache, melted licorice and espresso, with a streak of iron racing through the finish. Ripe and distinctive, showing a mouthwatering edge.

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93pts The Wine Advocate– 2016 vintage

FOR THE 2016 VINTAGE
A charming bouquet of resinous herbs, cracked pepper and ripe cherries emerges on the nose of the 2016 Crozes Hermitage Georges, which matured a year in tank (50%) and barrel (50%).

Medium to full-bodied, it’s lush and creamy in texture, turning to pure silk on the mouthwatering finish. Just lovely stuff for drinking over the next 6-7 years.

92pts Wine Enthusiast – 2017 vintage

Pristine blueberry and plum notes are etched by a whisper of anise in this pertly balanced Syrah. Aged 12 months in neutral oak (50%) and concrete tanks (50%), it’s a bright, zesty wine that elegantly offsets primary fruit against invigorating minerality. Lovely now but should drink well through 2027. Elite Wines Import. —

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Domaine Les Bruyeres Crozes Hermitage Rouge Georges 2017

Rich and nicely detailed, boasting roasted fig, raspberry ganache, melted licorice and espresso, with a streak of iron racing through the finish. Ripe and distinctive, showing a mouthwatering edge.

Label

Shelf Talker

Tech Sheet

93pts The Wine Advocate– 2016 vintage

FOR THE 2016 VINTAGE
A charming bouquet of resinous herbs, cracked pepper and ripe cherries emerges on the nose of the 2016 Crozes Hermitage Georges, which matured a year in tank (50%) and barrel (50%).

Medium to full-bodied, it’s lush and creamy in texture, turning to pure silk on the mouthwatering finish. Just lovely stuff for drinking over the next 6-7 years.

92pts Wine Enthusiast – 2017 vintage

Pristine blueberry and plum notes are etched by a whisper of anise in this pertly balanced Syrah. Aged 12 months in neutral oak (50%) and concrete tanks (50%), it’s a bright, zesty wine that elegantly offsets primary fruit against invigorating minerality. Lovely now but should drink well through 2027. Elite Wines Import. —

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