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A rock solid, elegant Cotes du Rhone that has textbook Syrah aromas and flavors. Possessing notable red and black berry styled fruit, wild herbs, hints of pepper, and solid minerality on the nose, it is juicy and lively on the palate with a soft, approachable feel, notable purity of fruit, and a clean, focused finish. Very well done and worth buying by the case, it will drink nicely for 5-7 years.

The Rhone Report
January 2013

Colombo's Les Forots is 100% Syrah from the northern Rhone, yet it's fruit driven and supple in style, with black cherry flavors and a soft, creamy mouthfeel that makes it immediately accessible.

Wine Enthusiast
December 15, 2009

Jean-Luc routinely treats his Cotes-du-Rhone wines with the same respect and attention to detail he gives to his top crus, and that is apparent in this Les Forots from the northern Rhone, near St. Joseph. It is 100 percent syrah and exhibits darker fruit aromas and a bit more richness than the JLC Les Abeilles Cotes-du-Rhone from the south. Both are exceptional, but so very different.

Wine Review Online
September 2013

Fresh and floral, with a violet note leading the way for stone-tinged plum and black cherry fruit. Lightly firm minerality lingers on the finish.

Wine Spectator
30-Nov-11

This pure red features brisk plum and cherry fruit, lined with a violet note. A subtle chalk thread holds the finish. Grenache and Syrah.

Wine Spectator
April 30, 2014

This pure red features brisk plum and cherry fruit, lined with a violet note. A subtle chalk thread holds the finish. Grenache and Syrah.

Wine Spectator
30-Apr-14

Listed amongst James Molesworth's recommended wines from the Rhone Valley.

Wine Spectator
November 30, 2009

Smoky, with a beefy hint. Accents of bay leaf and juniper chime in, giving the core of dark plum and blackberry preserves a delightfully rustic hint, finishing with silky structure and an echo of smoldering cast iron. Syrah. Drink now through 2020. 

Wine Spectator
September 2017
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