Clearly the best wine from here since 1989 or 1990. The intensity of dark fruits is insane with citrus and flowers as well as dark fruits. Full and lively with a finish that lasts for minutes but it is dense and impressive.
The 2010 is a more structured, masculine and steely version of the utterly compelling 2009. Tasting like black raspberry confiture with subtle notes of graphite and crushed chalk along with enormous floral notes, the wine displays a slightly smoky charact
A beautiful, floral-tinged style, with a delightfully expressive core of kirsch and linzer torte that bursts forth, while lots of red licorice, bergamot, black tea and blood orange notes fill in the remaining space. This has terrific range, with a long, c
A solid and dense wine, showing the big improvements at this château. It hovers deliciously between acidity and ripe, forward fruit. The touch of smokiness from the wood aging goes with the fragrant, juicy black cherry and berry fruits. The wine will certainly age over many years.
Mid dark crimson. Sweet, relatively simple nose. Not the most vibrant wine. The fruit, which was probably rather marvellous when picked, is occluded. Tough. Shame! Jancis Robinson
Silk and velvet textured fruit coat every nook and cranny of your palate. The wine is pure, intense, powerful, concentrated and fresh. There is a beautiful polish to the ripe tannins and purity of fruit that make each sniff, swirl and sip a unique, unforgettable tasting experience. Based on how young the 1990 continues showing at close to 25 years of age, this should age and improve for decades.by jeff leve 2013
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