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An innocuous St. Joseph with fresh baguette, epoisses, fresh brillat savarin, and black olive tapenade.

2008 Cave de Tain l'Hermitage St. Joseph - France, Rhône, Northern Rhône, St. Joseph (10/26/2010)
– popped and poured –
– tasted non-blind over a couple hours –

NOSE: drank from god-awful glass that precluded any NOSE tasting notes.

BODY: ruby color of medium-light to medium depth; medium-light to medium bodied.

TASTE: juicy red fruits; peppery spice; very slight tannins; no structure; for drinking now; 13% alc. not noticeable.
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