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Colgin Cabernet Sauvignon Tychson Hill – A Complete Retrospective: 2000-2012

Ann Colgin’s rocky east-facing Tychson Hill vineyard, just north of St. Helena on the west side of Napa Valley, has a long and celebrated history. It derived its name in 1881, when it was purchased and planted by Josephine and Joseph Tychson. Not long before that the land had been owned by Charles Krug, one of the pioneer winemakers of Napa Valley and founder of the eponymous winery.

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2014 Domaine Jaulin-Plaisantin Le Dolmen Chinon Rosé ($18) 90 Points

2014 Domaine Jaulin-Plaisantin Le Dolmen Chinon Rosé, 90 points

Vibrant, mineral-laced redcurrant and orange zest aromas are complicated by subtle floral and herbal nuances. Lithe and tightly focused, with bitter cherry and strawberry flavors putting on weight with air. The mineral element repeats on the spicy, focused, long finish. (JR)


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