2009 Camensac 2023 Ex-Chateau Release

Bordeaux Blend - 750ML
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WE 94

Wine Enthusiast, August 2010

(92-94 points) Barrel sample. Big, ripe, juicy wine, the tannins very solid and dark. It has layers of new wood, power and considerable density. ROGER VOSS
JS 90

jamessuckling.com, August 2012

Bright, soft and fruity with plum and currant character, with full to medium body and a chewy finish. Muscular. Better in 2016.


Color & Type Red
Varietal Bordeaux Blend
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Sub-region Haut Medoc
Vintage 2009
Size 750ML
Percent alcohol 13.5%
Closure Cork

The 2009 Chateau Camensac 2023 Ex-Chateau Release is a Bordeaux Blend from the Haut Medoc sub-region of Bordeaux, France. This red wine, produced by Camensac, features a closure of cork and an alcohol content of 13.5%.

James Suckling from jamessuckling.com scored this wine 90 points. He describes it as "bright, soft and fruity with plum and currant character, with full to medium body and a chewy finish." Suckling also notes the wine's muscular nature and suggests that it is "better in 2016." This indicates that the wine has potential for further development and may benefit from some aging.

Wine Enthusiast provided an even more favorable review, scoring the wine between 92 and 94 points. Reviewer Roger Voss called it a "big, ripe, juicy wine" with "very solid and dark" tannins. Voss also highlighted the wine's layers of new wood, power, and considerable density. This high praise from Wine Enthusiast underscores the wine's complexity and robust structure.

Overall, the 2009 Chateau Camensac 2023 Ex-Chateau Release is characterized by its fruity notes of plum and currant, as well as its medium to full body and chewy finish. The wine's muscular and dense profile, combined with its solid tannins and layers of new wood, suggest a wine of significant depth and aging potential. Both reviews highlight the wine's potential for improvement over time, making it a noteworthy choice for collectors and enthusiasts alike.