2014 La Dominique Bordeaux Blend

Bordeaux Blend - 3L
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JS 94 JA 93 WE 93 JL 92 WS 92
JS 94

jamessuckling.com, March 2018

Very precise aromas of blackberries, blueberries, oyster shell and sweet tobacco. Subtle yet complex. Full-bodied, tight and silky with a reaching tannin structure that drives through the palate. Excellent at the end...
JA 93

janeanson.com, December 2021

Deep plum colour, plenty of enticing fruit on the nose, this is really the point at which you start to see quality taking a step up in this vertical. Dark chocolate shavings, a touch of burnt oak, with plump and textured...
WE 93

Wine Enthusiast, September 2017

This is a very fine wine, bringing together sophisticated tannins and rich black fruits. It has structure, acidity and a juicy core that are well balanced, ripe and with great intensity. This is a serious wine from...
JL 92

TheWineCellarInsider.com, February 2017

Floral, spicy, earthy and loaded with fresh, ripe , sweet, red berries, smoke and spice, the wine is medium bodied, elegant, refined and will drink well young. The wine was produced from a blend of 85% Merlot, 15%...
WS 92

Wine Spectator, April 2015

(WS89-92 points) Friendly raspberry, cherry and spice notes mingle here, with bright acidity and a light brambly edge holding the finish.


Color & Type Red
Varietal Bordeaux Blend
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Sub-region Saint Emilion
Vintage 2014
Size 3L
Percent alcohol 13.5%

Introducing the exquisite 2014 La Dominique, a Bordeaux Blend that hails from the prestigious Saint Emilion region of Bordeaux, France. This remarkable wine embodies elegance, complexity, and a true reflection of its terroir. With a deep plum color that catches the eye, it is a visual representation of the depth and intensity that awaits upon tasting.

On the nose, the 2014 La Dominique emanates enticing aromas of blackberries, blueberries, and delicate hints of oyster shell and sweet tobacco. This intricate bouquet creates a sensory experience that is both subtle and complex, inviting the wine enthusiast into a world of refined sophistication.

As the wine graces the palate, it reveals a full-bodied and tightly knit structure, wrapped in a silky texture that caresses the senses. The tannins, with their reaching structure, drive through the palate, leaving a lasting impression. The wine boasts a perfect balance, with its structure, acidity, and juicy core harmoniously intertwined, showcasing the winemaker's meticulous craftsmanship.

Renowned wine critic James Suckling awarded the 2014 La Dominique an impressive score of 94 points, praising its precise aromas and reaching tannin structure. Suckling suggests that this wine will truly come into its own by 2020, showcasing its potential for aging and evolving into an even more exceptional experience.

Other esteemed critics also laud this wine's qualities. Wine Enthusiast awarded it a score of 93 points, describing it as a very fine wine with sophisticated tannins and rich black fruits. Wine Spectator, on the other hand, awarded it 92 points, noting the friendly raspberry, cherry, and spice notes that mingle with bright acidity and a light brambly edge.

The 2014 La Dominique is a blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc, carefully crafted to showcase the best expressions of these varietals. Produced by the esteemed La Dominique winery, which has a rich history and an unwavering commitment to quality, this wine truly exemplifies the best of Saint Emilion.

In conclusion, the 2014 La Dominique is a serious wine that demands attention and appreciation. With its exceptional balance, refined elegance, and potential for aging, it is a true gem in the world of Bordeaux wines. Whether enjoyed now or cellared for future indulgence, it promises an unforgettable experience for those fortunate enough to savor its delights.