A total blockbuster that’s up with the top handful of wines in the appellation, the 2015 St Joseph Lieu-Dit Paradis sports an inky black/blue color, as well as massive aromas and flavors of graphite, blackberries, blueberries and crushed rocks. It’s a huge St Joseph that’s packed with raw material, has lots of tannin, and juicy acidity. Don’t miss it! The quality (and number of cuvées) from this estate continues to soar, and this is easily the finest lineup up of wines I’ve tasted from this team.(JD)
Another Rockstar red is the 2015 Saint Joseph Lieu Dit Paradis, which comes from an east-facing site of broken granite soils outside of Mauves. Black raspberries, dried flowers, spice box and hints of pepper all emerge from this full-bodied, seamless, incredibly elegant, seamless 2015. It grows on you with time in the glass, has gorgeous granite character, and a great finish. Drink it over the coming 15-20 years. The only downside to these latest releases from Ferraton? They’re made in tiny quantities and there’s just not enough to go around. For readers who don’t know, this estate is managed by Michel Chapoutier, yet they have their own vineyard sources and winemaking team.
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