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Community Tasting Notes (13) Avg Score: 88.3 points

  • Lots of cherry, plum. Still tons of fruit here. Tannins have integrated, drink now. Downgrade it for an over abundance of vegetal, namely green bell pepper, notes. It is drinkable, but I find slightly off putting. Plenty of concentration and acidity to balance however.

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  • Color rojo cereza bien intenso, ribete granatoso, capa media tirando a alta y gruesa lágrima suavemente tintada. Nariz de media intensidad con unos aromas de fruta negra y roja bien madura (grosellas y frambuesas), tostados bien presentes pero bien agradables e integrados, suaves notas lácteas, ligeras sensaciones de pimientos rojos braseados, finos especiados (pimentón dulce), ligeros toques de regaliz rojo y algo de mentolados, y ligeros recuerdos de chocolate con leche y brasa de madera. Buena entrada en boca con una suave astringencia que llega a resultar inapreciable, agradable recorrido con una fruta madura bien sabrosa, tostados de la barrica equilibrados y muy correctos, suaves especiados, buena acidez, ligeros balsámicos con regaliz rojo, buen volumen pero ligero, se bebe muy bien, correcta longitud y media persistencia. Final medio, postgusto de fruta madura y retronasal suavemente ahumado.

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  • Decanted for 30mins before the first sip. Nice nose,lots of red fruits,pleasant aromas. The wine is subtle and balanced. Opened more after and hour. remained delicate and subtle.I think its drinking just fine right now. Felt right to drink something French this week.

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  • A good easy drinking bordeaux without breaking the bank. There are some bordeaux subtlies for a low priced bordeaux. But I rather spend abit more and go for cambon la pelouse, lanessan, lilian ladouys, poloumey, teyssier, croix figeac, gironville, fourcas dupre etc. Low tannins and low acid, probably best to drink soon. Probably drank better last year. I got 4 more bottles. It will be drunk this year.

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  • Really enjoyable, great QPR Bordeaux. Opened up nicely after a few hours in the decanter. Nice and funky on the nose after being closed on opening. Leather and meaty, great mouth feel with pleasant grippy tannins and a nice medium finish. Decent fruit as well. Better than I expected it to be, will definitely buy more.

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