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Osoyoos Larose le Grand Vin 2014

Member Review by zufrieden:

The 2014 edition of Osoyoos Larose le Grand Vin is another triumph; the sweet plum nose opens generously an hour after opening, adding a dense chocolate and cherry bed. The purity of the entry is astounding; with bitter chocolate, vanilla, and perhaps cranberry (dried) adding to a plummy confit flavour. There is some well-integrated (not harsh) tannin that promises further aging (5-7 years), but the wine is wonderful now. Superb value and an icon of BC winemaking. 93.

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Osoyoos Larose:
Osoyoos Larose is a Canadian wine produced in the Bordeaux tradition in British Columbia in the South Okanagan. This is a project that came together between Pascal Madevon of Groupe Taillan in Bordeaux and Vincor of Canada. This meeting of Old World tradition and New World technology is produced at a vineyard overlooking Lake Osoyoos. The winery produces two red blends: the Old World Bordeaux... Read more
Osoyoos Larose is a Canadian wine produced in the Bordeaux tradition in British Columbia in the South Okanagan. This is a project that came together between Pascal Madevon of Groupe Taillan in Bordeaux and Vincor of Canada. This meeting of Old World tradition and New World technology is produced at a vineyard overlooking Lake Osoyoos. The winery produces two red blends: the Old World Bordeaux style of Le Grand Vin and the New World, more fruit-forward Pétales d’Osoyoos.  Read less

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Snooth User: zufrieden
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11/30/2019

The 2014 edition of Osoyoos Larose le Grand Vin is another triumph; the sweet plum nose opens generously an hour after opening, adding a dense chocolate and cherry bed. The purity of the entry is astounding; with bitter chocolate, vanilla, and perhaps cranberry (dried) adding to a plummy confit flavour. There is some well-integrated (not harsh) tannin that promises further aging (5-7 years), but the wine is wonderful now. Superb value and an icon of BC winemaking. 93.




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