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Chateau Ste. Eulalie Minervois La Liv. La Cantilene 2013 750ml

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2018 2016 2014 2013
Rated 88 by Wine Advocate
More austere than the ’14, the 2013 Minervois la Liviniere la Cantilene is a blend of 55% Syrah, 30% Carignan and 15% Grenache that spent 12 months in 25% new oak. It’s absorbed the ting of oak it showed last year and offers classic notes of savory herbs, cedar, black raspberry and iodine in a medium-bodied, fresh, focused style. I like its balance and it will evolve nicely over the coming 5-7 years.
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Chateau Ste. Eulalie Minervois La Liv. La Cantilene 2013 750ml

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Region: Languedoc Roussillon

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