TN: 2007 Yannick Pelletier Saint-Chinian L'Engoulevent

  • 2007 Yannick Pelletier Saint-Chinian L’Engoulevent - France, Languedoc Roussillon, Languedoc, Saint-Chinian (3/25/2010)
    Beautiful bright berry, currant, leather, earthy, savory herbal aromas complemented by a medium+bodied, focused albeit youthful flavors of bright black cherry, blackberry, black fig, provencal herb, floral and a minerally mouthful of crunchy-textured flavors with a finish that goes on and on. I found myself repeatedly coming back to a different expression of earthen fruit every 10 minutes!!! Loved it (93 pts.)

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Sounds real good and up my alley. Good QPR or some French celeb with a vineyard selling $50 bottles?

Ha! Hope it’s the former, too.

It is interesting that French celebs will go to more obscure appellations. It’s hard to imagine a recently coined NASCAR champ deciding he would make Livermore Carignane…

More likely Finger Lakes, being familiar with Watkins Glen and all.

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