A suave, traditional style, with raspberry ganache and black cherry fruit woven with notes of sandalwood, black tea and mulled spice. There's a nice firm, dusty edge on the lengthy, persistent finish.
I loved Saint Damien’s 2006 Gigondas Les Souteyrades, and this beauty has more fruit, texture and depth than almost every other wine in the vintage. Made from 80% Grenache and 20% Mourvèdre, from the Les Souteyrades lieu-dit located close to the estate down on the plateau, it’s loaded with notions of Provencal herbs, olive, smoked meats and ample dark fruits. Full-bodied, mouth-filling, rounded and downright sexy, it’s fully mature and drinking great today. There’s no reason to hold off here, but it will hold nicely for at least another 3-5 years. (JD)
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