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Sine Qua Non Grenache Atlantis Fe2O3 2d Vin de Paille 2005, 375ml (ST94) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Sine Qua Non Grenache Atlantis Fe2O3 2d Vin de Paille

375ml

Vintage: 2005
Region: US
Producer: Sine Qua Non

ST94
Rated 94 points by Stephen Tanzer`s International Wine Cellar: (for 375 ml.; 8% alcohol with 370 g/l r.s.) Medium red. Impressively complex nose offers a wild bouquet of raspberry, violet, pepper, smoky Indian spices and vanilla. Juicy red and dark berry flavors are deep, sweet and sappy, with dark chocolate and candied flowers adding complexity. A building spiciness adds energy to the lush, liqueur-like berry flavors. Finishes with outstanding sweet persistence and lingering spices. Seven people took two days to hand-destem a mere 1.3 tons of fruit. Incidentally, the amount of fruit that Krankl pulls from his densely planted, severely green-harvested vineyard is absurdly low: in 2006 his white wine yield was 1.28 tons per acre, grenache was 1.31 tons per acre, and syrah was 1.52 tons.


$129.00

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Sine Qua Non Grenache Atlantis Fe2O3 2d Vin de Paille

375ml

Vintage: 2005
Region: US
Producer: Sine Qua Non

ST94
Rated 94 points by Stephen Tanzer`s International Wine Cellar: (for 375 ml.; 8% alcohol with 370 g/l r.s.) Medium red. Impressively complex nose offers a wild bouquet of raspberry, violet, pepper, smoky Indian spices and vanilla. Juicy red and dark berry flavors are deep, sweet and sappy, with dark chocolate and candied flowers adding complexity. A building spiciness adds energy to the lush, liqueur-like berry flavors. Finishes with outstanding sweet persistence and lingering spices. Seven people took two days to hand-destem a mere 1.3 tons of fruit. Incidentally, the amount of fruit that Krankl pulls from his densely planted, severely green-harvested vineyard is absurdly low: in 2006 his white wine yield was 1.28 tons per acre, grenache was 1.31 tons per acre, and syrah was 1.52 tons.


$129.00

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