Domaine de la Vieille Julienne was acquired in 1905 by the Daumen family and, is one of the oldest in the region with an average of 50 years old vines.
Deep and powerful aromas of black fruits with spicy notes, with an exotic touch of apricot. Full bodied with great concentration of fruits and good tannins.
“This captures terrific ripeness, intensity and density with stunning mouthfeel, as layer upon layer of fig sauce, braised plum, cassis, cherry eau de vie and pastis glide along together, with notes of spice, ganache and graphite hanging in reserve. The very long finish has cut and precision, despite its weight. Should age effortlessly. Best from 2014 through 2035.” – 95 pts Wine Spectator, June 20112