This 2007 rendition is no departure from the house style, a burly wine with a big herbal punch — rosemary and thyme — atop a massively plummy core. It’s got legs to spare, a wine that never fails to surprise me with its immensity.
And yet, it’s still a simple, food-friendly wine that anyone should enjoy. Beware, though, you’ll want to mind your purple teeth.
B+ / $9 / jaboulet.com
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