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Wine Spectator: Solid, if a bit chunky in feel, with a slightly squared-off charcoal and ganache frame surrounding a core of dark plum, black currant and licorice root. Shows more austerity t...
Wine Spectator: Offers a very enticing raspberry aroma and flavor, with sweet spice and ganache notes filling in behind. The focused, lightly taut finish has a dash of bitter cherry. -J.M.
Wine Spectator: Lightly firm toast frames the dark currant and blackberry fruit, followed by a smoky, medium-weight finish. -J.M.
About this Wine: Low vineyard yield is maintained by ploughing the soil, de-leafing, and crop thinning.
Grapes are picked and sorted by hand.
Jancis Robinson: Sweet and polished and a bit haunting on the nose, if this is possible.Racy perfume. Tastes more Cabernet than Merlot. Sweetness underneath though. Solid and rich on the palat...
Wine Spectator: Juicy and fresh, offering a friendly core of damson plum, raspberry and black cherry, with plenty of sweet toasty vanilla bean and licorice notes. A caressing, polished struct...
Wine Spectator: Ripe and slightly extracted in feel, with a taut plum skin edge running from start to finish, along with crushed cherry and blackberry fruit and a good tobacco note wafting th...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The Chateau Rabaud-Promis has a light bouquet of citrus lemon, lime flower and orange-blossom that is delicate at first but grows in intensity in the glass. The palate is well...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The most limited cuvee is Bouscat's 2010 Les Portes de L'Am, which is a comparatively lightweight wine at only 15.3% alcohol. A blend of 50% Merlot and equal parts Malbec and ...
Wine Spectator: Sleek and well-coiled, offering ironbound cassis and cherry skin notes that lead to a tangy, mineral-driven finish, with solid length. A tight style that relies more on cut th...
Wine Spectator: A very fleshy red, offering layers of succulent plum, blackberry and black currant fruit, with spice and licorice in reserve for now. Shows the tannic backbone of the vintage,...
Jancis Robinson: Very rich and sweet. But with good energy and not too drying. Flatteringly sweet. Dry end. Not that intense.
Wine Spectator: Exuberant, with lots of violet, anise and raspberry notes that show good cut and drive. The finish is toasty, but this should soak that up. Solid. -J.M.
Wine Spectator: This has power in reserve, but relies more on its acidity, with juicy tangerine, clementine, pear and mango notes laced with a hint of green almond. The finish is long, pure a...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 2010: From the property of well-known Professor Denis Dubourdieu, this delicious, supple, silky textured red offers abundant notes of black cherries intermixed with hints of c...
Neil Mechanic: 98% merlot and 2% cabernet franc. An average of 30 year old vines with a mix of clay and limestone. Aged in 33% new oak, 33% 1 year old and the remainder 2 year old barrels. A...
Jeff Loo: 70% merlot, 20% cabernet franc and 10% cabernet sauvignon. From the same producer as La Couspaude in St. Emilion. This wine offers sweet cherry, jasmine and violets on the nos...
Jancis Robinson: Dark crimson. Sweet like macerated dark berries on the nose. Thick and sweet and just a tiny bit like hot chocolate. Very flattering! Then a note of green at the end.
Wine Spectator: Dark, grippy and very tarry, with lots of pebbly tannins driving underneath the layers of boysenberry, steeped fig and blackberry fruit. Ample baker's chocolate and dark tobac...
Wine Spectator: A dark, winey style, with crushed plum and macerated black currant notes laced with dark toast. There's good integration and length. -J.M.