Notes de dégustation de Jeb Dunnuck

Notes de dégustation de Jeb Dunnuck

Nous sommes fiers de partager avec vous les belles notes de dégustation de Jeb Dunnuck !

2021 Chateau La Roque Pic Saint Loup : 90/100
The classic cuvée from this terrific Pic Saint Loup estate, the 2021 Pic Saint Loup checks in as50% Syrah, 40% Grenache, and 10% Mourvèdre raised all in concrete tanks. It’s well worth seeking out and buying, offering up a medium-bodied, fresh, focused, concentrated style as well as attractive darker fruits, black cherries, pepper, and garrigue.


2021 Chateau La Roque Vin De France Collection Malvoisie : 93/100
The 2021 Vin De France Collection Malvoisie(100% Malvoisie) has a honeyed, caramelized apple, and toasted bread-driven perfume as well as medium-bodied richness and depth on the palate. It’s another gorgeous, unique, singular white from this team offering good richness, a terrific sense of freshness, and outstanding length.


2021 Chateau La Roque Vin De France Collection Assyrtiko : 94/100
The 2021 Vin De France Collection Assyrtiko is a singular, unique wine based on 100% Assyrtiko that spent a short 10 months in concrete. Wood smoke, browned butter, toasted nuts, and crushed stone-like minerality all define this beauty, and it’s medium to full-bodied, with bright acidity, beautiful mid-palate depth, and a salty finish. I love it.


2020 Chateau La Roque Vin De France Collection Grenache : 96/100
Another wine from this estate that blew me away was the 2020 Vin De France Collection Grenache, a 100% single vineyard Grenache that spent two years in once-used oak. Black raspberries, blue berries, strawberries, pepper, and floral notes all define the aromatics, and it hits the palate with full-bodied richness, ultra-fine tannins, and a seamless mouthfeel that carries that rare sense of power without weight. This would be a giant killer in a blind lineup of great Châteauneuf du Pape. Drink bottles over the coming decade.

2020 Chateau La Roque IGP Pay D’Oc En Garde : 96/100
The 2020 IGP Pay D’Oc En Garde is a tiny production cuvée based on 90% Mourvèdre and 10% Grenache, and it spent two years in used barrels. This puppy would give a great Bandol a run for its money, offering a thrilling nose of blue berries, cured meats, leather, and peppery herbs. With full-bodied richness, a layered, elegant mouthfeel, ripe, fine-grained tannins, and a great finish, I’d certainly be a buyer. It should have 10-15 years of longevity.

Suivez-nous sur Facebook