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Clos Saint Jean, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Deus ex Machina, Rhone, France 2010

Clos Saint Jean, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Deus ex Machina, Rhone, France 2010

REVIEWS:
5

5 out of 5

PRODUCER:
Clos Saint Jean

SIZE:
750ML

TYPE:
RED WINE

CRITIC SCORE:
100/100

Clos Saint Jean

750ML

£310.27£375.00

60% Grenache and 40% Mourvedre, the 2010 Deus Ex Machina is a powerful wine packed full of flavour. Black plum, blackberry and blueberry aromas are lifted by notes of graphite, and leather. The palate is so dense and structured that this wine will cellar for several decades.

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Product Information

COUNTRY:

France

GRAPE:

Grenache, Mourvedre, Syrah

REGION:

Rhone Valley, Chateauneuf-du-pape

DRINKING
WINDOW:

2015 - 2045

VINTAGE:

2010

ABV:

14.5%

SKU: 100031 Category: Tags: , , , ,

Description

Clos Saint Jean has been run by the Maurel brothers since 2002. They have taken the property from strenght to strength and have the critical acclaim to prove it. If you like dense wines from the Rhone, this is the one for you!

60% Grenache and 40% Mourvedre, the 2010 Deus Ex Machina is a powerful wine packed full of flavour. Black plum, blackberry and blueberry aromas are lifted by notes of graphite, and leather. The palate is so dense and structured that this wine will cellar for several decades.

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CRITIC REVIEWS

CRITIC SCORE:
100/100

Deeper and richer, the 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Deus ex Machina has been nothing short of perfection on the 3-4 times I’ve been lucky enough to try it. Muscular and powerful, with a serious, full-bodied profile, it gives up incredible aromas and flavors of creme de cassis, licorice, graphite, beef blood and loamy earth. Like most 2010s at this stage, it’s backwards and dense, and needs to be forgotten for another couple of years. This beauty will have 2-3 decades of overall longevity.
100/100 - Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate