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2011 Hubert Lamy Saint-Aubin La Princée

Chardonnay more

12/15/2014 - ccn wrote: 89 points

Nice concentration and richness, but the oak is too dominant and wood tannins close down the wine. Quite typical of Lamy wines in their use. I'd guess that the wine has enough richness to swallow the oak in 3-5 years -- wouldn't drink it before then.

  • Comment posted by ccn:

    12/25/2014 12:05:00 PM - Had the em remilly of same vintage/ producer a few days later which is a clearly superior wine.


2004 Château Grand-Puy Ducasse

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend more

2/22/2014 - Magners Likes this wine: 92 points

In my opinion almost perfectly developed right now, still with freshness in the fruit, smooth tannins and well-integrated oak. I would say perfectly balanced. Very elegant and transparent (some would say watery) on the mid-palate as many 04s. Love it.

  • Comment posted by ccn:

    4/13/2014 11:28:00 AM - See our recent TN -- completely agree about this wine.


1995 Chateau Musar

Bekaa Valley Red Blend more

2/26/2010 - Kirk Grant wrote: 94 points

'02-'07 Bergström, '95-'97 Musar, and more in Maine (Kirk's Apartment): Pale ruby in the glass with scents of cedar, earth, tobacco, cranberries, pomegranate, saddle leather, raspberries, at the tail end there was a hint of clove and cement dust. In the mouth this light to medium bodied (depending on how long it had been in the picked up weight with time open) wine bursts with a melange of red fruits, mushroom, a hint of cedar, and other earthy notes. This wine has always been a favorite of mine, despite the VA that is usually present, I find it gives this some character and in just the right amount adds to the intrigue of this wine.

  • Comment posted by ccn:

    2/27/2010 2:29:00 PM - Glad to hear that '95 is still drinking well. Last had a bottle 5-6 years ago and it was brilliant then.

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