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Shaded by light herbal and vegetal notes, this is rich and sumptuous, with a fresh, fruity profile. Offers black cherry flavors, shaded by hints of black currant and oak spice and an undercurrent of mineral. The acidity and tannins keep this focused, while the finish evokes sweet fruit and spice.
The 2006 Château Pichon-Lalande has a voluminous bouquet with outgoing blackberry, cassis and violets scents, a touch of boysenberry jam tucked just underneath, although it does not quite have the delineation of the Lynch Bages. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. This feels very composed in the mouth, quite
has a medium to deep garnet-purple color and gorgeous nose of ripe plums, cassis and crushed cherries with touches of incense, lavender and chocolate box. Medium-bodied, very finely crafted and vivacious in the mouth, it finishes with great elegance and finesse.
Deep violet in color, this 100% cabernet sauvignon leads with an expressive nose of cigar box, baked fig compote and black currant. The palate has a stunning intensity, with layers of dark fruit, black cherry and savory dried herbs. Round, chewy tannins support the lingering mineral-driven finish.
Perfumed notes of camphor, cedar, charcoal, herbs, and black and red fruits. Very complex aromatics, medium to full body, outstanding ripeness, a spicy, perfumed character, and light to moderate tannin. This is classy, with a lush cashmere feel to the crushed plum, blueberry and blackberry fruit, all finely beaded with
This full body wines with subtle aromas of rose and blackberry, is refined yet structured wine that is layered and beautiful. Its chewy with fine tannins and a fresh finish.
Boasts an opaque purple color as well as copious aromas of sweet blueberries, blackberries and black currant fruit intertwined with lead pencil shavings, subtle barbecue smoke and a hint of forest floor. Full-bodied, with fabulous richness, texture and tremendous freshness. Quite dense, but pure and fresh, with the core of
As always, there is an elegance to the La Fleur de Gay, but the tell-tale flowery, raspberry jam, and blueberry pie notes jump from the glass along with hints of graphite and truffle. Deep, rich, full-bodied and textured, with sweet tannin and a stunning elegance and purity, this beauty that
Forward and flattering, with unctuous marmalade, blood orange, apricot chutney and ginger notes. Juicy and engaging, but without the finely beaded acidity to stretch out fully. The nose is crisp and well-defined but not the most complex, as you would expect from a truly challenging growing season in Sauternes. It