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L'Aventure Estate Cuvée 2017
SKU: 10556

L'Aventure Estate Cuvée 2017

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750ml
$139.00
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$95.88

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Category Red Wine
Varietals
Region California, Central Coast, Paso Robles
Brand L'Aventure
Alcohol/vol 15.6%
This wine represents the realization of my vision for great blended red wine in Paso Robles. In this wine you have the best representative of our Willow Creek District terroir!
Jeb Dunnuck
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The flagship 2017 Estate Cuvée (49% Syrah, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 21% Petit Verdot) spent 15 months in 90% new French oak, and I certainly blew the barrel review on this wine. It offers a brilliant bouquet of crème de cassis, crushed violets, lead pencil, chocolate, and a rocking sense of minerality. Deep, full-bodied, concentrated, and seamless on the palate, it's about as polished and sexy as they come in the vintage.

October 31, 2019
Wine Advocate
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A blend of 49% Syrah, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 21% Petit Verdot, the 2017 Estate Cuvée has a very deep purple-black color and explosive nose of black cherry and boysenberry preserves, crème de cassis, cedar, violet, burnt orange peel, baker's chocolate, thyme, grilled meats, loamy earth and Indian spices. The silky, full-bodied palate is expansive, spicy and floral laced, with a firm but incredibly pixelated frame and great freshness on the long, dense finish. This merits another 3-5 years in bottle at least.

Erin Brooks, February 6, 2020
Vinous
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Opaque ruby. Expansive smoke- and spice-accented aromas of ripe black and blue fruits, vanilla and incense are complemented by hints of licorice and potpourri. Bright and energetic on the palate, offering penetrating blackberry, bitter cherry, blueberry and violet pastille flavors that become sweeter and deeper with air. Polished, harmonious tannins give shape and grip to an extremely long finish driven by sexy floral and spice notes.

Josh Raynolds, February 2020