At Roberson 1961 Bordeaux horizontal. Faint earthy smell. Very earthy taste, some other tasters got cream and more tertiary flavours but all I could get was earth, more earth, and a very light faded touch of fruit and leather. Still balanced though.
Roberson 1961 Tasting - 29 Sept 2011. The only Left Bank wine in good enough state to be drunk was the Du Tertre and it did Margaux proud: it is one of those wines that just makes you happy! Still youthful in colour, with a tobacco and boiled sweets nose evolving towards lavender and chocolate, a nearly creamy taste
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