Do­maine de la Nav­i­celle 2011

Côtes de Provence

VertdeVin - - Wine Reviews -

The nose is fruity, con­cen­trated and of­fers rich­ness as well as gour­man­dise. It re­veals notes of black­berry cream, cas­sis and fine notes of crushed wild red berries com­bined with a touch of wood, melted choco­late, pra­line, sweet spices, vanilla as well as a dis­creet hint of hazel­nut and an im­per­cep­ti­ble hint of gar­rigue / olive tree. The palate is fruity, well-bal­anced, pre­cise and of­fers a nice min­eral frame, a fine ten­sion as well as a good def­i­ni­tion. In the mouth this wine ex­presses notes of fleshy black­berry, crushed cherry and crushed cas­sis com­bined with a fine hint of blue­berry, flow­ers, touches of zan, toasted oak as well as a sub­tle hint of cof­fee, a dis­creet hint of Timut pep­per and a very dis­creet hint of un­der­growth / to­bacco. Tan­nins are fine and very dis­creetly dry. Good length and good per­sis­tence.

Score : 15.5

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