The 2005 Puech Haut Clos du Pic is a blend of Syrah and Mourvedre from the Languedoc region of France and the ABV is 14%. The 2006 King Estate Pinot Noir Domaine is 100% Pinot Noir from Oregon and the ABV is 13.9%.
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2005 PUECH HAUT CLOS DU PIC
"Brooding and mysterious, this is a serious wine that deserves a serious steak to go with it. Dark and ripe with dominant notes of black licorice followed by black berries, plum, milk chocolate and thyme. Full and rich in the mouth with a long finish that evolves from fruit to spice and finally ends on a delicious mocha note." -90 points Wine Enthusiast
"One of the top estates in the Languedoc-Roussillon, Chateau Puech-Haut is owned by Gerard Bru. It is a huge, 250-acre vineyard located close to the city of Montpellier, near the village of St.-Drezery. Two of the worldâs finest winemaking consultants, Michel Rolland and Claude Gros, share the responsibilities at this estate. Chateau Puech-Haut's wines are represented by Bordeaux wine broker Jeffrey Davies of Jeffrey M. Davies Signature Selections." - Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
2006 KING ESTATE DOMAINE PINOT NOIR
"This is velvety, showing beautifully ripe flavors that focus into a lovely beam of blackberry and red plum fruit, nicely defined and lingering effortlessly on the deftly balanced finish. Drink now through 2014. 982 cases made." -91 points Wine Spectator
"The Domaine bottling from King Estate is the label with all the signatures on it; itâs a complex blend of clones and blocks from the expansive, organically farmed estate vineyard. Fragrances suggest a pleasing mix of flowers and berries, and the fruit-driven flavors follow in kind. Along with the potent cherry/berry fruit comes the classic Oregon herb/spice underpinning, resinous and pungent. The balance is right to suggest medium-term aging potential, though the acids have a little unresolved chalkiness." -90 points Wine Enthusiast
"This wine was held in a 100% stainless steel, temperature controlled tank fermentation in open top fermenters. Punch downs occurred two to three times per day. Aged for 16 months in French oak barrels (53% new, 33% 1 year, 14% 2 year). On the nose, there are aromas of cherry, floral, currant, cranberry and dried rose petals. Sweet entry with flavors of cherry, vanilla, caramel and pepper spice on exit." -Winery
"2006 can be characterized as an early vintage. Warm to hot temperatures during bloom provided optimum condition for pollination and fruit set. Warmer than average summer temperatures coupled with ample nutrients and soil hydration allowed the vines to photosynthesize at an excellent rate. There were a few spikes of hot weather during the third week of June, the third week of July, the middle of August, and the early part of September. Harvest at King Estate began on September 27th and was over by October 11th, the previous
year October 11th marked the beginning of harvest." -Winery