2014 Plince Bordeaux Blend

Bordeaux Blend - 750ML
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JS 93
JS 93

jamessuckling.com, February 2017

Focused and fruity with lots of flowers and blackberry character. Medium to full body, silky tannins and a long and subtle finish. Shows polish and finesse. Better in 2020.


Color & Type Red
Varietal Bordeaux Blend
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Sub-region Pomerol
Vintage 2014
Size 750ML
Percent alcohol 13%
Closure Cork

The 2014 Plince Bordeaux Blend is a red wine from the Pomerol sub-region of Bordeaux, France, produced by Plince. This vintage is characterized by its medium to full body, silky tannins, and a balanced alcohol content of 13.0%.

James Suckling from jamessuckling.com awarded this wine an impressive score of 93. He describes it as "focused and fruity with lots of flowers and blackberry character." He also notes that it has "a long and subtle finish" and exhibits "polish and finesse." Suckling suggests that the wine will show its best qualities if consumed after 2020.

Michel Deschodt from JJ Buckley also reviewed the 2014 Plince, giving it a score of 92. He describes the wine as opening with "a seductive medley of concentrated red and blue fruit," which transitions to "undertones of dry violets, cedar and sweet tobacco." Deschodt highlights the wine's "good structure" and mentions that its aromatic profile carries through to the palate. He adds that the wine's tannins are "silky" and its acidity is "bright," contributing to a "focused and long finish." Deschodt suggests that this Pomerol can be enjoyed in its youth but also has the potential to be cellared for 8-10 years or more.

Overall, the 2014 Plince is noted for its complexity and balance, with both reviewers praising its structure and finish. The wine's combination of fruit, floral notes, and underlying earthy tones makes it a noteworthy option for those looking to explore Pomerol wines. The positive reviews, particularly Suckling's high score, underscore its quality and potential for aging.