2010 Cambon la Pelouse Bordeaux Blend

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  • Bordeaux Blend
  • 375ML
  • JS 93
  • WE 91
  • WS 90

Reviews for 2010 Cambon la Pelouse Bordeaux Blend

JS 93
James Suckling - jamessuckling.com, July 2014
A dense and rich wine with round and chewy tannins. Big and juicy. Full and impressive. Better in 2015.
WE 91
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, February 2013
This shows something of Margaux’s—the neighboring appellation—delicacy, allied with firm, dry tannins. It has the dense structure and ripeness characteristic of the vintage, with a rich black-fruit flavor and acidity... This shows something of Margaux’s—the neighboring appellation—delicacy, allied with firm, dry tannins. It has the dense structure and ripeness characteristic of the vintage, with a rich black-fruit flavor and acidity. It’s a wine for long-term aging.
WS 90
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, March 2013
Dense but fresh, with a saturated core of blackberry pâte de fruit, anise and plum sauce that races along with vibrant spice and graphite notes. The long finish shows cut and drive, with enough grip to cellar short term... Dense but fresh, with a saturated core of blackberry pâte de fruit, anise and plum sauce that races along with vibrant spice and graphite notes. The long finish shows cut and drive, with enough grip to cellar short term. Best from 2014 through 2019. – JM
JJB 93
Andrew Frieden - JJ Buckley, April 2011
50% merlot 30% cabernet sauvignon 20% cabernet franc. 50% new oak for 12 months. Yields limited to 45 hl/ha; and average age of vines is 30 years. 14% alcohol. The complex nose of spring flowers and black fruit shows... 50% merlot 30% cabernet sauvignon 20% cabernet franc. 50% new oak for 12 months. Yields limited to 45 hl/ha; and average age of vines is 30 years. 14% alcohol. The complex nose of spring flowers and black fruit shows intense terroir expression of tar creosote and fresh turned earth. On the palate power and concentration emerge to showcase black fruit and dynamic earth tones. Medium bodied and medium to high in acid the wine is fresh on the palate and complex. The tannins provide a small grip to balance the fruit nicely. Claude Gros consults.