Perrin & Fils 1999 Crozes-Hermitage

Though there's no denying that Perrin's bouquet is full of dark berries, cherry and plum, tasters also detected a fresh, grassy-peach note. The palate is less sunny, and fraught with tart red fruit and tangy oak. It's a little hard now, and will probably improve after a year or two in the cellar; we still wish that it had a little more complexity. Finishes dry, with toast and crisp tannins.

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