Who Likes This Wine(1)

  1. RockinCabs


    1,035 Tasting Notes

Food Pairing Tags

Add My Food Pairing Tags

Community Tasting Notes (7) Avg Score: 92.3 points

  • Cork still intact, really sturdy
    Very dark plummy red colour.
    The nose is overwhelming with dark fruit some mushroom and vanilla.
    During 45 minutes the wine keeps evolving; after half an hour in the glass it seems to go down after showing more red cherry fruit and a higher acidity.
    After this it seems like having a second peak where there is a beautifull coming together of plummy and red fruit aromas, packed in a perfect acidity.
    After 45 minutes it seems like losing it with the acidity going higher and we finished the glasses.
    A wonderfull experience!

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • At Berns steak house what a glorious bottle of wine smooth delicious deep red color awesome until the last sip... I often think wines from St Emillion age more like burgundy with subtle rich flavors low and alcohol . Very nice..

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • At Roberson 1961 Bordeaux horizontal. Light fruit bouquet, still seemed youthful. Load of red fruit, very long finish, ending in raspberry and cinnamon. Brilliant wine.

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • Roberson 1961 tasting - 29 Sept 2011. The Troplong Mondot was great , it carried a great vibrant Merlot nose with clear cassis and cherry aromas which evolved to cedar, bacon, marsipan and some dark chocolate bitterness. It was still amazingly young with a good structure and balance. Very Burgundian

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • What RockinCabs said! Bday dinner at Fig Tree in San Antonio. RockinCabs hit the nail on the head. VERY complex, structured wine. WOTN. Must admit, with my limited experience with Bordeaux, especially aged Bordeaux, since I'm a late comer to the party, this wine has now made me a true lover of aged Bordeaux. While this wine sang by itself, with dinner it truly was an existential experience.

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

View all 7 Community Tasting Notes

What Do You Think? Add a Tasting Note

Professional reviews have copyrights and you can view them here for your personal use only as private content. To view pro reviews you must either subscribe to a pre-integrated publication or manually enter reviews below. Learn more.

NOTE: Some content is property of

Add a Pro Review Add Your Own Reviews: