So, I’ll just get into it, if you are roasting lamb this fall, you’ll need a few bottles of David Reynaud’s terrific new Crozes-Hermitage Beaumont 2017. In the sixteen years that he’s been at the helm of his family’s domaine, David Reynaud has taken them from relative obscurity to now an allocated commodity that sommeliers all over NYC are fighting over. Luckily, Restaurant Nicholas has been around long enough to keep us in the running with all the cool kids from the city and I am happy to share with all of you.
The 2017 Beaumont is a heady yet vibrant Crozes-Hermitage featuring deep, expressive aromas of violet, cracked black pepper and blackberry. Purple in color all the way to the rim, the flavors of pomegranate, lavender, black pepper, and dark chocolate extend long into the finish. Medium-bodied with a fine tannins, this is an elegant Northern Rhône Syrah which screams for lamb. Don’t miss it.
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An elegant Northern Rhône Syrah with remarkable tannins. A wine that somms all over NYC are fighting over.
This is an elegant Northern Rhône Syrah which screams for lamb, poultry or pork.