Wine Spectator, 90 points: Rather tough now but with seriously good fruit concentration. Cherry and wet earth aromas. Medium-bodied with full tannins and a tannic finish. Will improve with age. Best after 2002. (JS)
Wine Spectator, 90 points: Blackberry lightly toasted oak and cedar on the nose. Full-bodied with chewy tannins and a long silky finish. Needs time to open.--'95/'96 Bordeaux retrospective. Best after 2008. –JS
Wine Spectator, 95 points: Best Figeac in years. Loads of blackberry chocolate and stones. Full-bodied and concentrated with masses of tannins and fruit. Long long finish. Needs time. Best after 2002. 9500 cases made. -JS
Neal Martin's Wine Journal, 90 points: The de Fargues ’95 has a ripe, generous, quintessential de Fargues nose with tangy marmalade, Seville orange and quince jus, though it does not quite have the razor-sharp delineation of a top-flight wine from the estate...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 95 points: Tasted at Chateau Climens. The 1995 Climens has a butterscotch, dried pineapple, kumquat and wax-resin bouquet that is well defined and now fully open for business. The palate is spicy on the entry, chamomile, cinnamon...
Wine Spectator, 94 points: A crowd-pleasing, classic Chambolle that dances on your palate like a ballerina, swooning with perfumed rose petal and violet, deep red- and blackberry flavors, and a touch of earthy, horsey character on the finish. The...
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