Decanted one hour. Red with signs of aging. Very strong bouquet of bubble gum, tar. After another hour, perfect balance, elegant, smooth, tons of subtle red fruit and chocolate. Very long finish, but could have more concentration. Still has a lot of life in it.
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(Chateau Teyssier St Emilion) A dark, red-purple wine. This has the most elegant nose of this trio, with plenty of perfumed fruit. Nevertheless, there is still plenty of oak yet to integrate, and it remains painfully youthful. On the palate it is full, ripe, smoothly textured and creamy - although there is good grip backing it up. This is lovely, balanced wine. Acidity is a touch low but it's quite appropriate. Plenty of tannin on the finish - needs another two or three years in the cellar.
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