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The 2009 Belcore is a blend of Sangiovese and Merlot from Tuscany in Italy and the ABV is 14.5%. The 2010 Puech Haut Prestige is a blend of Grenache and Syrah from the Languedoc region in France and the ABV is 15%.
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2009 I Giusti & Zanza Belcore:
"Full and velvety, with pretty strawberry and blueberries with just a hint of vanilla bean. The texture and finesse to this wine is beautiful. Drink now but better in 2012. Sangiovese and Merlot." 92 Points James Suckling
"Though firm and youthful now, this red boasts a core of blackberry, raspberry, floral and mineral flavors. The juicy texture offsets the tannins, and the aftertaste echoes sweet fruit. Sangiovese and Merlot. Best from 2013 through 2023." 91 Points - Wine Spectator
"Belcore is an 80-20 blend of Sangiovese and Merlot that opens with bright cherry and forest fruit and delicate nuances of vanilla seed and spice. It's silky and smooth but not without drive and character. -M.L." 90 points Wine Enthusiast
"Grapes: Sangiovese 80% Merlot 20%. The wine is aged in 300 liter French tonneaux for about eight months, then six months in bottle before its release on the market." -Winery
2010 Puech Haut Prestige:
"Do we see a 94 point score in the near future for this amazing value from the Languedoc? This is an absolutely amazing follow up to last years 93 point effort, and easily surpasses the quality. Rich, powerful and unctuous, but has great balance so that the wine never feels overbearing, or sweet. Lush texture on the mid palate leads to a long, silky finish. This is an incredible cellar defender too, as this should easily last for 8 to 10 years (but only if you can keep your hands off of it!) 55% Grenache, 45% Syrah." -Wine Library
"In 2000, Gerard Bru sold his business and planted vineyards on the foothills of the Cevennes, an area he knew well because as a little boy he spent his youth there hunting and working with his grandfather in local vineyards. There was not a single vine in the soil until Bru planted one but he was convinced that the terroir, covered in olive tress and wild herbs, would be conducive to spectacular wines."
"Today, Chateau Puech-Haut occupies 170 hectares including 100 hectares of vines in Saint-Drezery, a small village 15 km northeast of Montpellier, in the foothills of the Cevennes and belongs to the AOC Coteause du Langedoc. In Provence, a 'Puech' means a small hill (or mountain), a 'Puech-Haut' is a hill higher than the others. This position, 'on a hill higher than the others', is conducive to exceptional drainage for the vineyards. The clay and limestone soil is composed of boulders brought by the Rhone in the Quaternary and its plots reside on hillsides protected from excessive temperatures by the nearby Mediterranean Sea and winds including the Mistral, the north wine pervasive in the region. This wine comes from the oldest vines, 60-75 years, and planted on a clay calcareous soil. It is a special bottling custom cuvee for Eric Solomon, made with Philippe Cambie for the US market. Practicing biodynamic." -Importer