The Saint-Joseph 2017 alludes to the nose of crushed stone, alongside ripe cherries and raspberries. It's medium to full bodied, even a little jammy on the mid-palate, then becomes crisp and focused on the finish.
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Drink date 2021-2026
Comment from Joe Czerwinski
Issue Date19th Dec 2019
SourceDecember 2019 Week 3, The Wine Advocate