Full-bodied and a step up in concentration levels compared to the 2013 with layers of honey, honeysuckle, peaches, apricots, marmalade and butter notes, which cover every facet of your palate. This deeply concentrated yet vibrant wine is one the most mesmerizing versions I have sampled from Stolpman. In fact, and as I declared with the 2013, this is without a doubt the best US Roussanne money can buy at this price and in the context of value, this is truly world-class...
Fresh Asian pear and honeysuckle with hints of fresh papaya. The reduced yields and early ripening make the 2015 their most stunning vintage of Estate Roussane since debuting the wine in 2012.
Full-bodied and a step up in concentration levels compared to the Estate. The 2014 L’Avion is a remarkable wine and offers the same levels of richness found with Château Beaucastel’s Roussanne Vieilles Vignes. Lots of minerality, fruit, acidity and a finish which lasts for well over five minutes. In short, this is an extraordinary wine, perfectly proportioned which will offer you a rare glimpse of something very, very special.
A perfectly balanced wine laced with blueberries, blackberries and sweet spices. It shows impeccable polish from start to finish, along with an elegant, refined personality. This is a superb wine for the money.