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DOMAINE LES TEYSSONNIERS 2011 Gigondas : 17 Drinck 2014-2018. Dark crimson. Neat and introvert nose with some complexity. Round and flattering. Very sweet and pretty alcoholic. Tannins are definitely present.Should make good old bones.

Le bloggeur américain Jeb Dunnuck, qui est venu déguster à Gigondas les millésimes 2010 et 2011 le 20 juillet dernier, vient de publier ses notes et commentaires dans le numéro 13 de son Rhône Report.
Voici son appréciation des vins du Domaine les Teyssonnières:

2011 Domaine les Teyssonnières Gigondas Rosé (France, Rhône, Southern Rhône, Gigondas)
The 2011 Domaine les Teyssonnières Gigondas Rosé, made from 33% Grenache, 44% Cinsault, and 23% Mourvedre, is a beauty!
Offering up lovely citrus, mango, and floral qualities, this hits the palate with a seamless, rich texture, perfectly integrated acidity, and a clean, dry finish. As with most Gigondas rose, there is some heft here and it is more suited for drinking with food than on its own. It is well-done and delicious; enjoy bottles over the coming handful of years. (91 pts.)

2010 Domaine les Teyssonnières Gigondas (France, Rhône, Southern Rhône, Gigondas)
Also more than a little impressive, the 2010 Domaine les Teyssonnières Gigondas is a blend of 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah that is aged for 12-months in very old foudre. It sports an outstanding perfume of toasted spices, wild herbs, flowers, leather, and mineral-laced red and black fruits that flows to a medium to full-bodied, elegance and straight delicious 2010 that has an elegant, soft texture, fine tannin, and a lengthy finish.
Already approachable and hard to resist, this will continue to shine for 8-10 years. (91 pts.)

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