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2011 Domaine de la Mordorée Lirac Rouge La Dame Rousse - 90 PTS Best Buy - WA

Wine Advocate 90 Pts"The 2011 Lirac La Dame Rousse is an equal blend of Grenache and Syrah. This vintage is more evolved and softer than 2012, so readers looking for immediate gratification will prefer the 2011. Its dense ruby/purple color is accompanied by plenty of garrigue, lavender, black currant, cherry and underbrush characteristics. This spicy, fleshy, well-made wine delivers lots of fruit, body and character. Enjoy it over the next several years. - RP"

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (Issue #208, August 2013), 90 pts + BEST BUY

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2012 Domaine de la Mordorée Lirac Rouge La Dame Rousse - 89 - 92 PTS - WA

wa300"Starting out the 2012s, the 2012 Lirac La Dame Rousse looks to be a smoking Lirac that has more in common with a top-flight Chateauneuf du Pape. Fresh crushed berries, spice, licorice and tinges of minerality all show on the nose. It is rich, voluptuously textured and rounded on the palate, with sweet tannin and solid precision and focus on the finish. Full-bodied, layered and with a hedonistic slant, it should be consumed in its first 5-7 years of life. Drink 2014-2019. - Jeb Dunnuck"
- Robert's Parker's The Wine Advocate, Issue 209, October 2013), 89-92 pts

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2013 Domaine de la Mordoree Lirac la Dame Rousse - 90-92 pts - WA

wa300"A fabulous 2013 Lirac La Dame Rousse knocks it out of the park with its raspberry jam, blackberry, licorice, pepper and crushed-flower scented bouquet. Made from a blend of equal parts Grenache and Syrah and aged all in stainless steel, it has medium to full-bodied richness, plenty of mid-palate and a fruit-filled finish. It will represent a superb value and should drink nicely for 3-5 years. - Jeb Dunnuck"
- Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate (Issue 215, October 2014), 90-92 pts

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