This is the second part of what will be an ongoing series here in my blog, as I taste verticals of wines that have the ability to age 10 years or more, without breaking the bank. Here, we’ll take a look at a wine from a glamour appellation, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, but from a domaine that may not be as sought-after as some of the appellation’s best-known producers, in this case Clos des Brusquières. I tasted 11 vintages of this excellent value wine, from 1999 to 1969; here are my tasting notes.
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