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2007 Clos Saint Jean Châteauneuf-du-Pape Deus-Ex Machina Clos Saint Jean, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Rhône, France

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Country France
Region Rhône
Appellation Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Producer Clos Saint Jean
Vintage 2007
Type Red (Dry)
Grape Variety Red Rhône Blend
ABV 14.5%
Format 6x75cl
Packaging Non-Original Case
Duty Status In Bond
Provenance Purchased by Liquid Assets from a UK-based merchant; securely stored in a climate-controlled bonded facility
Stock 1 case (in stock and available immediately)

100 Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate (February 2017)

A bigger, richer, more masculine style than the la Combe des Fous, the powerhouse styled 2007 Châteauneuf du Pape Deus Ex Machina is an insanely good wine that has a huge nose of roasted meats, crushed rocks, graphite, spice and black currants. It has a serious amount of tannin, but they’re still covered by a wealth of fruit, and it’s impeccably balanced and doesn’t have a hard edge anywhere. It’s killer stuff today, but like the Combe des Fous, it has an additional 10-15 years of prime drinking and will keep even longer.

96 Josh Raynolds, Vinous (January 2010)

Glass-staining ruby. The nose offers a drop-dead sexy array of berry, floral and mineral scents, along with nuances of spicecake and black olive. Impressively deep and sweet but also energetic, displaying dense red and dark fruit liqueur flavors and sexy floral pastille and baking spice qualities. The mineral quality comes on strong with air and lends lift and urgency to the very long, spicy finish. This is slightly more elegant than the Comte des Fous but just as potent.

Vintage Format Packaging Stock Price Status
2011 6x75cl OC 2 cases £600.00 In Bond View
2009 6x75cl OC 1 case £650.00 In Bond View
2009 1x150cl NOC 2 cases £300.00 In Bond View
2005 6x75cl OC 1 case £1,800.00 In Bond View