Posts Tagged Chateau Julien

2007 Chateau Julien ‘La Conviviance,’ Monterey County

A Bordeaux-style blend of Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. Deep purple-plum color. Wow! A complex, layered nose of coffee, leather, chocolate and vanilla frames concentrated black currant and blackberry fruit. Full-bodied, with medium-grained... Read more

2007 Chateau Julien ‘Black Nova III,’ Monterey County

An ultra-premium bottling composed of equal parts Malbec and Syrah. Purple-plum color. This unique proprietary blend bursts with cedar-tinged, bright, sassy, polished red plums and berries. It weighs in at a hefty 15% alcohol, yet is lithe and... Read more

2007 Chateau Julien Merlot, Private Reserve, Monterey County

Dark ruby color. An enticing nose of spicebox leads to aromas and flavors of ripe black fruits. Full-bodied yet supple, it sports mild, chocolately tannins on the finish. It will complement a number of foods, from nutty aged cheeses to charred red... Read more

2009 Chateau Julien Cabernet Sauvignon, Monterey County

Purple-plum color. Cedar box aromas frame ample perfumed black currant and berry fruit. Medium in body and balanced, the dark fruits sweeten up in the mouth. Mild tannins at the end make this a very friendly Cab for drinking over the next three... Read more

2009 Chateau Julien Merlot, Monterey County

Clear ruby color. A pretty, varietal nose of red cherries and berries, with leather and spice notes adding complexity. Medium in body; nicely balanced, with a supple mouthfeel. The spiced berry and cherry follows through to the end. Wine Lines Best... Read more