2010 Sylvie et Jacques Guinaudeau G Acte 2
Proprietary Blend - 1.5L
2010 Sylvie et Jacques Guinaudeau G Acte 2
  • VN 91
  • WA 90
  • JG 90

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VN 91
Vinous, July 2019
The 2010 Acte 2 is a step up from the debut on the nose, demonstrating more cohesion and harmony, raspberry and light blueberry scents and the oak better integrated than the Acte 1. There is a subtle mintiness that...   The 2010 Acte 2 is a step up from the debut on the nose, demonstrating more cohesion and harmony, raspberry and light blueberry scents and the oak better integrated than the Acte 1. There is a subtle mintiness that surfaces with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin and well judged acidity. Notes of mulberry and peppermint, plenty of dark berry fruit with a fresh and cohesive finish, this completes a fine Acte that should give another decade of drinking pleasure. Excellent. Tasted at the Acte vertical in London. -- Neal Martin  
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, June 2016
Tasted at Justerini & Brooks agency tasting in London. The 2010 "G" Acte 2 is turning out to be a wonderful wine. It feels more settled on the nose compared to the "G" Acte 1, perhaps not quite as complex, but with...   Tasted at Justerini & Brooks agency tasting in London. The 2010 "G" Acte 2 is turning out to be a wonderful wine. It feels more settled on the nose compared to the "G" Acte 1, perhaps not quite as complex, but with greater precision, hints of charcoal infusing the blackberry and briary scents. The palate is underpinned by fine tannins, a fresh and somehow bouyant 2010 that expresses vigor. There is a lovely sense of symmetry on the finish that feels long in the mouth. This is an excellent follow-up to the Acte 1 from the Guinaudeau family and comes recommended. -Neal Martin  
JG 90
View From The Cellar, April 2011
(90+) The “G” bottling from Château Grand Village hails from a new, three hectare parcel that the Guinaudeau family has recently purchased on a section of Fronsac that sits on a base of pure limestone similar to that...   (90+) The “G” bottling from Château Grand Village hails from a new, three hectare parcel that the Guinaudeau family has recently purchased on a section of Fronsac that sits on a base of pure limestone similar to that found in the St. Émilion Côtes. I cannot now recall if this parcel strays over the line of Fronsac into a neighboring commune, but it does not really matter, a the wine is again sold under the Bordeaux designation. The blend on the 2010 “G” is a bit different than the regular wine at Grand Village, as it is comprised of forty-two percent cabernet franc and fifty-eight percent merlot, which more is a bit more reflective of the cépage at Château Lafleur itself. The 2010 is excellent, as it offers up a deep, pure and ripe blend of black cherries, plums, chocolate, woodsmoke, soil tones and a touch of new oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, nascently complex and sappy at the core, with ripe tannins, very good focus and fine length and grip on the chewy finish. Good juice. (Drink between 2018-2040)  
Category Description
Color & Type Red
Varietal Proprietary Blend
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Vintage 2010
Size 1.5L