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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Always one of the sexiest wines from Bordeaux, and probably best drunk in its first decade of life, this hedonistic fruit-bomb offers up oodles of jammy black cherry and black...
Wine Spectator: This has the rich, dark blueberry and blackberry fruit of the vintage, with ample graphite and spice and a solid, tannic backbone. Toasty, but with flesh. -J.M.
Wine Spectator: A nice winey core of crushed red and black currant fruit is laced with ample anise and graphite notes. Stretching out nicely already on the finish, with fresh acidity.
Wine Spectator: Rounded and forward, showing friendly blueberry cobbler, linzer torte and warm fruitcake notes, with a blast of licorice on the finish. Yet this is perhaps a touch overextract...
Wine Spectator: Soft, with a light raisiny edge to the blackberry and cherry pie notes, followed by a rounded, toasty finish. -J.M.
Wine Spectator: Toasty but integrated, this offers alluring black tea and anise notes that weave through the plum, blackberry and fig fruit, with a polished finish. -J.M.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 2010: How this producer has been able to retain two of the most famous names in the wine world is a story in itself. However, this blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc h...
Wine Spectator: Really vibrant, with lovely notes of plum, violet and cherry preserves laced with chalky cut that stretches out the finish. Very, very solid. -J.M.
Wine Spectator: This delivers a solid beam of raspberry and cassis, with graphite and spice notes. Lightly firm through the finish, with dusty tannins hanging on the end. -J.M.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: This is a terrific wine from another estate that has a consistent record of excellence for close to two decades. The blend in 2010 is 50% Merlot, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon and th...
Wine Spectator: Round, bright and pure, with silky-textured plum, cassis and blackberry fruit and a long, iron-tinged finish. The grip really struts its stuff on the finish, with the fruit sh...
About this Wine: "La Couspaude is planted with the same grape varieties as the other great wines of Saint-Emilion, and in similar proportions: a large majority of Merlot (75%), as well as Cabe...
Wine Spectator: This gushes with exotic fig sauce, mulled blueberry and blackberry fruit and enticing black tea, anise and charcoal notes. Long and very fleshy, with powerful, pure fruit in r...
Wine Spectator: Rich and lush, particularly for the appellation, with gorgeous mouthfeel and alluring layers of warm plum sauce, dark fig, black currant and sweet tobacco. Good iron notes wea...
Wine Spectator: This is alluring, with the sappy feel of the kirsch, dark plum and loganberry fruit melded nicely to a charcoal spine. The long, smoldering finish reveals a singed iron note a...
Wine Spectator: Dark and winey, with lots of crushed plum, braised fig and cassis notes pumping along. There's a nice graphite spine and solid drive on the black tea-tinged finish. -J.M.
James Suckling: I like the silky tannins and blueberry character in this wine, with licorice and tar. Full and in balance. Better than 2010.
Wine Spectator: Dense and very tight, with a core of plum, cassis and blueberry fruit harnessed by toasty grip. The muscular finish is a bit unyielding now. This seems to be relying more on p...