2015 Moulin a Vent Croix des Verillats

Moulin a Vent; Chateau

92Average Score
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The 2015 Moulin A Vent Croix des Verillats comes from granitic soils known as "gorrhe" that are rich in manganese. The fruit is 75% de-stemmed and 65% is aged in oak for 12 months, 20% new wood. It has an elegant bouquet with red cherries, wild strawberry and crushed violet aromas. The palate is well balanced with supple tannin, crisp acidity and a lithe, almost citrus fresh finish. The new oak is deftly used here, lending a sheen to the wine without encroaching upon its mineralite or terroir expression. Superb. Aug 2017, www.robertparker.com

Score: 92-/100Neal Martin
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