Château Val Joanis 2001 Vigne du Chanoine Trouillet Red (Côtes du Luberon)

Scents of buttered popcorn lead the way, followed by waves of oak-derived flavors: cedar, vanilla and chocolate, backed up by some black cherry notes. The mouthfeel is supple and creamy, the finish moderately tannic. Drink this lavishly oaked wine from 2007-2015, once the wood has integrated a little better with its fruit substrate. Joe Czerwinski

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