Author Phil the GreekSite / BlogTrust Rating
Tasted On 10/28/2011
An overwhelming nose of black cherries and liquorice. Very
soft and sweet with plenty of
forest fruits and plummy as
it breathed. No acidity at all, I personally like some to be present. A lovely wine, but time to drink up.
Author Miguel L Site / BlogTrust Rating
Tasted On 09/10/2009Drink Dates 2008-2018
Second bottle of six, and it is terrific. Young, dark and vibrant. Earthy and blue fruit nose, poised. Full bodied, with a core of black fruit, oak well integrated. In balance and long. I am enjoying this cache of Grand Cru Classe from St Emilion. Long life ahead.
Author Daniel BSite / BlogTrust Rating
Tasted On 03/01/2003Drink Dates 2007-2017
This wine usually sees 80% new French oak aging. Great color with medium thick legs showing moderate coloration. Right now, the wine only shows sweet spicy oak in the nose but there are plenty of deep dark fruits lying underneath. Cherry, berry, and cedar flavors. Quite good, but not as exciting as I expected.