Sporting a classic bouquet, the 2004 Mas de Boislauzon Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée du Quet, a blend of 65% Grenache and 35% Mourvedre, oozes kirsch, leather, dried beef, spice box and cocoa dusted rocks aromas on the nose. This beauty is drinking on the upslope, showing medium to full body, a smooth, light texture, sweet fruit and a medium length finish. This shows a touch of dry tannin right on opening but develops beautifully over the evening and should continue to drink well over the next decade.
With a rich, dark, medium to full-bodied profile, the 2004 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee du Quet (75% Grenache and 25% Mourvedre) dishes out loads of chocolate-laced black fruits, plum sauce, licorice and roasted herbs to go with a still youthful, layered and ripe mouth-feel. It will continue to drink nicely for another 5-8 years, easily. An estate that is no doubt at the top of their game today, Mas de Boislauzon is run by the talented brother/sister pair, Daniel and Christine Chaussy. Located in the northern part of the appellation and covering roughly nine hectares, they release up to three red Chateauneuf du Papes and one white. (JD)
Deep ruby. Vibrant cherry and red berry aromas, accented by baking spices and cracked pepper. Supple, full and sweet, with a deep cherry liqueur flavor lifted by gentle acidity on the back. Finishes supple, chewy and sweet, with noteworthy length. (JR)
Very lush, modern style. This almost oozes raspberry ganache and fig paste flavors, with lots of bass thanks to bold, toasty cocoa and mocha notes that dominate for now. But there's a fine minerality buried beneath it all, so cellar. Best from 2007 through 2024. (JM)
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