Review: 2020 Licence IV Rouge

Review: 2020 Licence IV Rouge

A number of months in the past, Anine had the opportunity to sample Blanc and Rosé wines from Licence IV. Now we’re lucky sufficient to provide its sibling Rouge mix a spin. A Grenache (85%) and Syrah (15%) mix from Valréas within the Southern Rhône, it’s at the moment out there in 1-liter bottles, and will probably be out there in cans in 2022.

Darkish ruby in colour, this wine has a daring nostril of overripe strawberry, loganberry, and moist leaves. The palate wants a little bit of time to kind itself out within the glass, however the delicate tannins meld nicely with notes of blackberry, leather-based, and delicate minerality. There’s slightly little bit of oak on the end, which is medium size and fairly dry, however it all works nicely sufficient to be serviceable. It’s a sturdy, constant home purple that can pair nicely with a lot of dishes, however works fairly nicely with brick oven pizza.

B / $24 (1 liter) /

2020 Licence IV Rouge





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