2017 Domaine de la Réserve d'O "Hissez O" Terrasses du Larzac

SKU #1415704 92-94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 A blend of 60% Syrah, 35% Grenache and 5% Cinsault, the 2017 Terrasses du Larzac Hissez O is still aging in 400-liter barrels (roughly one-third new). The oak influence isn't hugely obvious, as the concentrated fruit shines brightly here, offering up delicate floral notes and bold blueberries on the nose. Medium to full-bodied in the mouth, the generous fruit is joined by hints of crushed stone and pencil shavings, framed by gentle tannins, which turn silky on the long, licorice-tinged finish. (JC)  (5/2019)

K&L Notes

The Hissez O is the pinnacle of production for the domaine. Sourced from the highest-altitude, lowest-yielding parcel, the wine is composed of 60% Syrah, 35% Grenache, and 5% Cinsault. The Hissez O is also aged in large, older demi-muid barrels, adding richness and texture to the wine. As with all things Reserve d'O, the farming is certified both Ecocert Organic and Demeter Biodynamic. (Keith Mabry, K&L French Regional Buyer) *Biodynamic, Natural Wine*


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Varietal:

Rhone Blends

Country:

France

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Languedoc-Roussillon

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