2009 Dom du Coulet Cornas

2009 Dom du Coulet Cornas

Dark and densely packed, yet terrifically racy, with plum sauce, pastis and crushed blackberry fruit wound with charcoal and roasted tobacco leaf notes, but carried by riveting acidity. A long, singed iron note hangs on the finish. Shows amazing power and vivacity. A new paradigm for Cornas. Best from 2013 through 2023. 50 cases imported.


96 points Wine Spectator: Dark and densely packed, yet terrifically racy, with plum sauce, pastis and crushed blackberry fruit wound with charcoal and roasted tobacco leaf notes, but carried by riveting acidity. A long, singed iron note hangs on the finish. Shows amazing power and vivacity. A new paradigm for Cornas. Best from 2013 through 2023.


92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2009 Cornas Domaine du Coulet Billes Noires possesses a black/purple color, terrific fruit, an unctuous, thick texture, abundant roasted meat, black fruit, damp earth and forest floor characteristics as well as a hint of flowers in the background. It is more accessible than the backward, massive 2009 Cornas Les Terrasses du Serre, but even the latter wine has a certain seductive appeal. Both of these 2009s should drink well for 10-15 years.


92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar:  Dark violet color. Intense aromas and flavors of black raspberry and candied flowers, with a bright mineral overtone. Vibrant and precise on the palate, offering a suave blend of depth and energy. Closes on a sweet note of dark berry preserves, leaving smoke and floral notes behind. 

  • Vintage:2009
  • Country:France
Price: $110.00
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Additional Information

Additional Information

Size 750ml
Region No
Sub Region Cornas
Department French - Rhone Red
Varietal Syrah
Designation No
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