The 2007 Lirac Clos de Sixte is composed of 50% Grenache, 35% Syrah, and 15% Mourvedre. Abundant licorice, graphite, black cherry, and blackberry characteristics are offered in a full-bodied, deep, fleshy style. Liracs generally do not age as long as Chateauneuf du Papes, but this effort is capable of lasting 5-7 years where well-stored as it is a big, impressively endowed wine. (RP)
Round and upfront, with a pure, clean style, the 2007 Domaine Grand Veneur Lirac Clos de Sixte, a blend of 50% Grenache, 35% Syrah, and 15% Mourvèdre, exhibits fantastic aromas of pure blackberry and black cherry like fruits, lavender, crushed flowers, minerals, and touches of leather on the nose. Needing an hour or more to show at its best, the wine is medium to full bodied with a smooth, polish texture, perfectly ripe fruit, and a balanced, overall drink me now personality. Impressive and this shows the hallmark purity and refinement of the estate.
Intense gamy, woodsy, black olive aromas with notes of loganberry, sloe, blackberry and a hint of smoke. Powerful and full-bodied, richly textured with firm tannins but fresh and vibrant across the palate. Very flavorful with layers of black cherry-berry fruit, wild plums, savory meaty notes
Dark and ripe, with plum and crushed currant fruit flavors gliding over chalky mineral, tobacco and floral notes. There's an alluring touch of spice on the velvety finish. (JM)
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