Domaine Rotier 2010 Renaissance Red (Gaillac) Review

The Domaine Rotier 2010 Renaissance Red (Gaillac) wine is of the Red Blend variety from France, produced within the Renaissance vineyard in the Southwest France province. The cost is $(unsure – varies significantly). This wine has a score of 75/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).

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  • This wine offers aromas of underbrush, toast and a balsamic note. The round, smooth palate offers dried black cherry, crushed raspberry, vanilla and anise alongside polished tannins that lend structure. Drink now.
  • The Xolozzi family is one of the key producers of this wine. This is a ripe and juicy wine, with black cherry fruit accented by smoky new wood. It’s light and tangy, with a tangy, dry finish.
  • From a cool vintage, this is a ripe, sweet wine with a good dose of spice and toast. The berry, cherry and cola fruits are followed by a soft, fruity texture that’s developed from the wood aging. The acidity is just right, tight and refreshing. Drink from 2018.
  • This is a ripe, full-bodied wine with a full-bodied structure that has a dry core. It is full of black fruits, ripe acidity and a smooth texture that gives a fresh aftertaste. Drink from 2016.
  • This solid, firm wine is packed with red and black fruits and firm tannins. The black plum and berry fruits are here to stay, adding to the dense core of acidity. Drink from 2016.
  • The Carneros region is in the heart of the Douro, which is the smallest of the Douro regions. The wine is for aging, so drink from 2018.
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