2009 Domaine de la Charbonniere Chateauneuf du Pape les Hautes Brusquieres Cuvee Speciale

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  • Proprietary Blend
  • 750ML
  • RR 94
  • WA 93
  • WS 92

Reviews for 2009 Domaine de la Charbonniere Chateauneuf du Pape les Hautes Brusquieres Cuvee Speciale

RR 94
Rhone Report - The Rhone Report, September 2011
Showing an upfront and open profile with classic aromas of spice cabinet dried meats lavender licorice and mainly red fruits the 2009 Domaine de la Charbonnière Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée Spéciale Les Hautes Brusquières... Showing an upfront and open profile with classic aromas of spice cabinet dried meats lavender licorice and mainly red fruits the 2009 Domaine de la Charbonnière Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée Spéciale Les Hautes Brusquières 60% Grenache 39% Syrah and 1% Counoise aged in both small and large barrels is full-bodied and beautifully balanced on the palate. Pure textured and long this is more evolved and voluptuous than the Vieilles Vignes but should still have over a decade of longevity.
WA 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, October 2011
The dark ruby 2009 Les Hautes Brusquieres Cuvee Speciale (a blend of 60% Grenache and a whopping 40% Syrah with the Grenache aged in foudres and the Syrah in small oak) has a full-bodied mouthfeel with loads of glycerin... The dark ruby 2009 Les Hautes Brusquieres Cuvee Speciale (a blend of 60% Grenache and a whopping 40% Syrah with the Grenache aged in foudres and the Syrah in small oak) has a full-bodied mouthfeel with loads of glycerin. (I am sure the alcohol is 15% plus.) This wine displaying notes of black cherries intermixed with black currants licorice and forest floor as well as hints of incense and camphor is very well made. Luscious and expansive it is ideal for drinking over the next 10-15 years.
WS 92
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, August 2011
A fleshy mouthfilling style with ample layers of plum fig anise and boysenberry preserves laced with bittersweet ganache and maduro tobacco on the finish. Very solid with latent grip. Best from 2012 through 2020. -JM
JJB 94
Chuck Hayward - JJ Buckley, April 2011
60% grenache and 40% syrah from a lieu-dit in the northwestern section of the appellation that sees more wind and humidity than other areas. The aromas here are quite refined and focused if a bit reticent with notes of... 60% grenache and 40% syrah from a lieu-dit in the northwestern section of the appellation that sees more wind and humidity than other areas. The aromas here are quite refined and focused if a bit reticent with notes of pepper and spice. The grenache here is not as fruity as in the winery's other cuvées but there is undeniable concentration at the back of the palate that bodes well for some short-term aging. Very complex with layered flavors the tannins are fine in texture and contribute to a structured finish. Give this wine a few years to open up and know it will last 12-15 years.