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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: This 33-acre vineyard sits atop the Fronsac plateau, and the final blend at Dalem tends to be around 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. Made under the administration of the gr...
Wine Spectator: Lively, with good lift and floral aromatics followed by a fresh mix of red cherry, black cherry, red currant and black currant. Nice tarry edge creeps in on the finish.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: Solid plum and cherry pie flavors, with nicely integrated toasted vanilla and a lightly pebbly edge on the finish.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: Mouthfilling and gutsy, a fun, rustic style with chewy plum, fig and blackberry backed by a very briary finish.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: Ripe, slightly hefty style, with plum skin and macerated cherry and currant fruit backed by a well-toasted finish. Verges on over-extracted but has enough lift to keep it hone...
Wine Spectator: Stylish, with perfumy black tea, mulled spice and black cherry notes and racy minerality already showing on the finish.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: Dark but racy, offering lots of linzer torte and blackberry fruit, with ample toast and spice, followed by a grippy finish. Should be very solid.-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.
Wine Spectator: Offers linzer torte and boysenberry fruit allied to a focused, rather racy spine of graphite, with good buried acidity. This has room to stretch out more.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: Ripe, modern style, with spicy, succulent blueberry, cassis and plum sauce flavors. But there's good typicity too, with a lightly bracing chalky edge defining the finish.-J.M.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: A sleeper of the vintage, this estate, owned by the proprietors of Pichon Lalande, has produced a seductive, charming 2011. Composed of 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot and ...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: While it will not make anyone forget the estate's brilliant 2009 or 2010, the 2011 is an elegant, pretty effort that appears to still be going through malolactic based on some...
Wine Spectator: Well-focused, with a racy feel to the plum and raspberry fruit, and good toasted spice on the finish.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: Pure and nicely focused, with a good juicy feel to the plum and raspberry fruit, adorned with subtle spice shadings. Nicely done.-J.M.
Wine Spectator: A ripe, plush, modern style, with a ganache note leading the way for crushed plum, blackberry and currant pâte de fruit notes. Lots of briar and anise on the finish lends a gr...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Gaby's new consultant, Dr. Alain Raynaud, has brought the best out of this property, fashioning a sleeper of the vintage. An impressive blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Fr...
About this Wine: This wine will require 7-10 years of cellaring, then last for two decades thereafter.
Roland Hankerson: 55% merlot, 42% cabernet sauvignon, and 3% petite verdot. This 35 hectare estate on gravelly soils is located in Macau between Cantemerle and Giscours. Vines average 36 years ...
Wine Spectator: Nice cut, with a plum pit note running through the blackberry, sweet tapenade and maduro tobacco notes. Bright fruit lingers on the finish.-J.M.