Cave De Roquebrun Roches Noires St. Chinian 2009 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
A great buy in modern southern French red. It has a lifted, penetrating nose of violets, blackberry, tar and licorice...
This syrah-dominated, grenache and mourvedre blend from the northern, highly schistous sub-section of the St. Chinian...
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From the label: Generous tears on a rubis robe, this wine presents greedy notes of raspberry and blackberry. In the mouth, rounded tannins are a sign of well ageing. The attack is rich, a well balanced palate and a long finale with fruit aromas.
I could not possible match such fine prose, but this wine starts good, and becomes more amazing with every sip. And it does have a nice long finale.