Tasting Notes for Eric Becker

(158 notes on 126 wines)

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Red
1/26/2020 - Eric Becker Does not like this wine:
84 points
A special bottling called "selection anniversaire" in honor of german wine-merchant Spies in Losheim.
My second bottle of this wine. The first about one year ago was seriously flawed. This time the wine is sound, however providing no pleasure. Way too much oak obscures a rather rustic fruit and makes for a drying, sour finish. I doubt that the wine can improve from here. Too much brown in the colour already and too much oak.
White - Sparkling
1/18/2020 - Eric Becker wrote:
90 points
Very elegant champagne. Nicely textured, soft, and beautifully red-fruited. However I like my champagne a bit more expressive. Chalky, yeasty and bready elements are a bit too subtle here.
Red
2018 La Demoiselle de By Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/12/2020 - Eric Becker Does not like this wine:
82 points
While dark in colour and with quite some substance and fruit, this wine has a sour edge and tastes somehow lactic. Cheap (< 6 Euro!) but not recommended.
Red
1/12/2020 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
Probably my best bottle of this wine, sadly also the last. As contributor Gtilley suggested an extensive aeration (in my case double decant + 5 hours in the recorked bottle) did the trick. Even the colour of the wine, which initially had a brown shade, turned to a younger blackish red. In the mouth there is a beautiful combination of dark cherry fruit, forest floor, cedar and floral scents. The mouthfeel is about the wine's very elegant texture and its power without weight. Acidity and tannin all nicely integrated, only the finish is not particularly long.
The wine is a perfect food companion, seems now ready to go, but should keep for at least 3 more years.
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Red
2010 Clos Lunelles Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/4/2020 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
Only very brief impressions from a late-evening-wine. Very enjoyable and surprisingly balanced. While the wine is ripe, rich and plummy I did not sense the sur-maturité of previous bottles in 2017; not as extravagant as back then. Still early in its drinking window. So good that I ponder to buy the 2016.
Red
1996 Château Léoville Barton St. Julien Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/4/2020 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
94 points
A good 23 years have done no harm to this wine, only rounded off some of its edges. The colour is still impressively dark and dense with no signs of bricking or browning. In the nose the wine started off fruity à la Cabernet Sauvignon with sweet cassis and slight bell-pepper, the latter blowing off with some aeration. Then notes of mushrooms and cedar box emerge. In the mouth the wine is medium-bodied, but develops a layered, rich and sweet taste. Pure, elegant and very lovely. The tannin is still perceptible and, given proper storage, the wine should have a decade of drinking at peak. A textbook claret and a perfect match with a rib-eye steak.
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White - Sparkling
12/28/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
88 points
Aldi Süd sells this champagne currently for 13 EUR. Being sceptical before tasting I have to admit now, that this is not bad at all. Unmistakenly this tastes champagne with a precise red fruit à la pinot noir, combined with yeasty and bready notes, which may not be the most expressive but noticable. Colour and perlage suggest that this bottle was only recently disgorged. A certain lack of body is conceiled by a rather high dosage. While it can't deny being somehow a "champagne light", it is still well made and certainly a fun to drink.
Red
2016 Château Fontenil Fronsac Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
12/28/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
89 points
Solid Fronsac. Maybe the wine is already shutting down or we did not give it enough time. While having a sweet taste and a soft texture, I expected something more generous, mouthfilling and fruitdriven from M. Rolland doing the right bank. Right now the aromatics are dominated by herbs and tobacco scents and quite some oak. Certainly not bad, but unexpected. Reading other TNs here I wonder if our bottle was representative.
White - Sparkling
12/21/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
93 points
An excellent showing of an older bottle (probably 3 to 5 years after degorgement). Slightly advanced golden colour, real complexity on the nose with a distinctive note of ginger, combined with ripe apples, chalk and some brioche. In the mouth just a lovely balance of acidity, perlage and substantial extract. Quite long aftertaste. While this bottle was strutting its stuff, it seemed to have some more years left. One of my best experiences with an entry level from a grand marque.
Red
12/21/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
93 points
Elegant, lithe, pure, combining exotic fruit with iron and truffle scents. This is wonderful wine and can easily compete with more prestigious frenchies.
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Red
11/17/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
Vintage 2014, which was my first Pradeaux rouge a couple of weeks ago, left me underwhelmed. With this wine I gladly begin to understand what the fuss is about.
The colour is a translucent ruby red. While the wine was fiercely tannic and also quite woody upon opening, you could already sense, that this is a bigger gun than the 2014. On the second day the wine finally begins to open up and reveals a darker, riper fruit profile, combined with interchanging notes of flowers, marzipan, licorice and wood polish. It is medium-bodied, dry, fresh and pure, very structured and finishes quite long with a slight, not unpleasant warmth (which calls to mind beautiful sunny Provence). Yet the wine remains a bit too tannic, closed and unsettled for now. As I see very good potential I will buy me some more bottles and store them confidently for maybe 5 years. 91+
Red
11/9/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
89 points
Interesting wine, but not the most pleasurable. Dark, translucent colour. In the nose a delightful and precise expression of rasperry and some darker fruit - but thats about it. This limited aromatic spectrum continues in the mouth, where the wine is medium-bodied, but quite powerful. The distracting feature is its lack of generosity. While I usually like fresh reds akin to Burgundy or Piedmont, this one is too dry, acidic and tannic for me.
The wine may improve with age, as it still feels very young, but I would not bet on that. The mineral quality, which is mentioned in other TNs, is not evident for me, but may be hidden behind all the sharpness and tannin. The wine could work with a big piece of beef though.

Addition: On day 3 the wine has become more interesting, with notes of truffles adding complexity to smell and taste. Yet the mouthfeel remains angular and tough.
Red
2016 Château Tour de Pez St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
11/1/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
89 points
Vintage 2005 of this wine has been a favourite of mine, cheap and quite terrific. 2016 is a a bit difficult to assess now. Despite only 13% ABV there is some heady sweetness on the nose (accompanied by slight bell pepper and occasional whiffs of forestfloor), while on the palate there are the hallmarks of a classic claret: structure, freshness and a dry finish. I guess it is a vintage thing and the wine simply needs a couple of years to bring nose and taste in sync. Overall quite a textbook St. Estephe with probably fine potential.
White - Off-dry
10/27/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
95 points
The wine was harvested at -6°C and therefore borders on being an Eiswein. The result is amazing. More power than your average Riesling Auslese, yet very racy, playful and so elegant. Still very much on the young and fruity side, this should develop over 20+ years and gain in complexity. Mosel Fine Wines TN is spot on. 95+
Red
10/16/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
A young Barolo drinking surprisingly delicious. Despite 15% ABV the wine feels fresh and is in no way overpowering. In the nose high toned sweet red fruits and interchanging notes of almond, flowers and forest floor. Not much tertiary development. In the mouth the wine is medium-bodied, yet flavourful and framed by still a good amount of fine-grained tannin. Medium to long finish. There is room for further development, but the wine certainly offers a lot of charme now, having opened up, showing some early integration while retaining its youthful energy. Vintage 2011 seems overlooked to me, being touted as not classic. Yet vintages like 2000 and 2007, which are similar, offer so large windows of prime drinking.
White
10/2/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
This white Bandol puts the emphasize on floral and steely notes, less on fruit. It is medium-bodied, has a soft texture and finishes lightly mineral and fresh (although the acidity seems on the mild side). As with the red Bandols from Gaussen this white is seriously dry and shows excellent purity. It serves as a very good companion to food.
How will it age? I have no clue.
Red
9/28/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
92 points
Since my last encounter in May (see TN) the wine has improved markedly (or recovered from delivery?). While it was mainly a "nose-wine" at that time, which was quite shut-down in the mouth, this is no longer the case. Now we have textbook power without weight and a good finish as well. Although the ultra fine tannins remain in control and the wine is almost bitingly fresh, it now offers great early drinking pleasure and shows more than just a mere glimpse of its future potential.
Le C may only be a second label, yet for me it can definitely standup against grand vins for its very impressive purity, nuance and overall elegance. You can sense the very competent wine-making, that has been put to work here. As with its big brother this is a unique wine and highly recommended.
White
9/21/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
Very solid white burgundy. Youthful green tinted yellow colour. In the nose a beautiful array of flint, herbs and lemon, later complimented by some very slight vanilla. In the mouth the wine is very dry, fresh and a little bit edgy due to its lively acidity. It is medium-bodied yet nicely textured and has a long mineral finish. A serious expression of terroir! To drink now or over the next 5+ years with possible upside.
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Rosé
9/9/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
I liked this one better than the Pradeaux rouge from 2014, which I had next to it. Atypically full orange colour, rich and textured with 14% ABV, the wine stretches the imagination of provencal rose. Aromatically it is about fruits and flowers and improved while warming up. I was hoping for more stony details, which will eventually emerge over the next 2 or 3 years. The wine seems to have the stuffing to go over this distance. Unique and - in this case - convincing.
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Red
9/9/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
88 points
I can adore traditionally made wines. So I was looking forward to trying my first bottle of Chateau Pradeaux, while being on a trip to the Cote d'Azur. Sadly this bottle was a bit of a letdown. Aromatically about as expected with its defined sweet cherry fruit and leather and wood notes in an evolved style, the wine seemed a bit thin and sour (more so on day 2). I wonder if this mid-weight vintage does not suit the wine's lengthy barrel-aging. But take this with a grain of salt, after all it is my first Pradeaux rouge. 88?
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Red
2016 Domaine Bunan Bandol Mourvedre Blend, Mourvedre (view label images)
9/15/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
89 points
At 12-13 Euro definitely a bargain, bought at a Carrefour in France. Fruit-driven, sweet and with quite some extract and texture, this is a crowd-pleaser. It may not be the longest-lived Bandol, but I would cellar it with confidence for 4 to 5 years or simply consume it now.
Organically grown. Not to be confused with their superior Moulin des Costes-bottling.
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Rosé
9/12/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
Among the rose-wines, which we had on our trip to the Cote d'Azur, this was my favourite. Very pure and light on its feet, yet with strong mineral and subtle peach notes. Refreshing and delicious, but also pleasing the geek.
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Red
9/11/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
92 points
Great old-school Bandol. Dark, dry and still very structured. Yet matured enough to add sweet maraschino-cherry to the barnyard and olive flavours. Precise, fresh and nicely low 13.5 ABV. With a tannic spine to go for another 10 years. Maybe a bit one-dimensional, but I admire how the wine has retained a rustic youthfulness.
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White - Sparkling
9/8/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
87 points
Mediocre champagne. Harsh and lacking charme. Slighlty advanced colour, but strong perlage, so probably not an old bottle. The base wines seem to have some age, but taste underripe. No significant mineral or brioche notes either, so one might better choose a good cremant de bourgogne at half the price.
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White - Sparkling
9/2/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
A vinous, red-fruited and easy champagne. Good body and lenght, but only slightly mineral and quite sweet. Currently this is more about the good vintage in its youthful exuberance, less about typical champagne complexity. Very good QPR at 23 Euro.
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Red
8/25/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
We found this little gem at restaurant Brasserie in Trier. Dark, inky yet with a nice shine. In the nose this is typically northern rhone syrah with a precise expression of sweet dark fruits, violets and barnyard. As JM Madtown has commented this indeed started with a slight corkiness, which quickly blew off. In the mouth the wine has still something brooding about it. The tannins are not fully resolved, yet they are not distracting either. And the sweet fruit needed about an hour of air to come on display. Not terribly complex. This is a nicely proportioned, elegantly restrained syrah as you would expect from the northern rhone. Seemingly in a transition phase and with some upside to expect in 2 to 3 years. 90+
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Red
8/11/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
93 points
Gauby's Vieilles Vignes-bottling is a perennial favourite of mine, adding just that extra weigth to the Calcinaires to qualify as a grand vin.
This bottle is no difference. An elegantly translucent ruby colour, quite some sediment. In the nose already an expressive melange of super ripe, confected dark fruits, iron and something feral and sweaty. In the mouth the wine is all about power without weigth. Medium-bodied, fresh, pure, but with nice extract, sweetness and length, supported by substantial, but very fine-grained tannin. Aromatically the wine shows some evolution, is ready to go with a little air, but will keep for several more years. Pleasingly low alcohol (13%).
It is a wine full of character, somehow being a cross between a northern rhone Syrah and a Brunello di Montacino with even a bit Chateau Musar about it?!
Red
8/3/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
This is a Barbaresco that better had to come of age and has done so.
I remember tasting this at the winery back in 2013 and it was rather harsh and its nose and taste somehow leaned to cat pee.
I was told that this vintage has lots of potential and now, several years later, this turns out to be true. The color is quite dark in nebbiolo terms with a very slight brown rim. In the nose there is nice confected cherry fruit, mixed with iron and balsamic notes. In the mouth the wines has put on weight and is quite on fire after one hour of breathing. While there is still a wealth of tannin, which lingers long on the finish, the wine is certainly accessible now and shows the rather more rustic side of a Barbaresco from the Produttori (I agree with fellow contributor Motz).
Equally worth drinking now as keeping for five years.
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Red
2016 L'Esprit de Chevalier Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
7/14/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
Right now in a delicious spot! There is quite some ripeness, as the colour is pretty dark and there is beautiful sweetness on the nose and on the palate. Stylistically I probably would not have guessed that this wine is from the Domaine de Chevalier-stable. So lush and easy to consume. Yet there is also a good sense of balance due to the freshness, fine-grained tannin and low alcohol.
This may not be as good a substitute for the grand vin as C de Carmes Haut-Brion in 2016, but a delicious, well made and price-worthy wine it surely is.
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White - Sweet/Dessert
5/27/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
A souvenir from a trip to Puglia in 2012. Grown in one of the nine villages close to Otranto, where a greek dialect is still spoken (therefore the non italian sounding name I guess).
Without a doubt a good dessert wine! A clear amber color, yet the wine feels neither old or tired. In the nose strong aromas of dried fruits. In the mouth this is sauternes-like rounded, textured and a little warming (14,5 ABV), but is does not feel heavy and in fact there is a nice lift to it. Sweet, but not overly so. With its surprisingly good balance I can imagine the wine to keep for some more years, although it may not add to its limited complexity. All in all a nice surprise and I will search it out when returning to Puglia.
White
5/27/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
90 points
For my wine-fellows and me, who attended the presentation of the new vintage at the winery, this was the standout among the off-dry Kabinett-wines, as it was more substantial (some declassified Spätlese included?) than either Abtsberg and Herrenberg without sacrificing freshness. And indeed, despite the endless summer of 2018, there is a nice deal of freshness to this wine. And there is lots of gorgeous, ripe yellow fruits. Personally I prefer vintages like 2008 or 2016, which taste more herbal, stony and are cut sharper, but this is definitely a crowd-pleaser and may age along similar lines as the 2009 or 2011 Kabinetts from this estate (which would be a good thing!).
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White - Sparkling
5/27/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
90 points
Good champagne. Strong perlage, so probably a recent degorgement (not indicated on the bottle). A very nice lightly red-golden hue. Nose and mouth are more about pinot noir-fruit than about minerality or brioche. Quite vinous, substantial and with a good finish. Still a little bit rough around the edges. I guess this cuvée will always be among the more easy-going champagne .
Red
5/12/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
With the grand vin having doubled in price lately it is reassuring that this second label can offer quite a similar style of wine, although it is sourced from a different vineyard and weighs towards Cabernet Sauvignon instead of Cabernet Franc.
The colour is a dark red, translucent and glossy, with a ruby, even slightly pinkish rim. Elegant and really nice to look at. The nose starts with distinctive high-toned raspberries and flowers; also some forest floor becomes noticeable. Yet the wine shuts down fairly quick.
In the mouth the wine is decidedly medium-bodied, silky textured and only moderately tannic. Nonetheless the aromas are locked and the finish is rather clipped and drying.
When it is true that the nose of a wine is a predecessor of its future taste, then we can expect a very good and burgundian Pessac-Leognan here, quite in the style of the (slightly more substantial) grand vin. I am confident and see a potential score around 93 in three to four years.
White - Sparkling
5/11/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
A very good non-vintage champagne. Vinous and quite substantial, but not as baroque as Deutz. Very good balance, purity and a strong finish with chalky minerality. Compared to Ruinart or Billecart-Salmon the acidity and perlage feel a bit more coarse, therefore not quite as elegant as these. Sadly you cannot find the degorgement date on the bottle. This one was probably a bit too young.
Red
5/4/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
90 points
A restrained and classy wine with dark fruit, mint and leafs. Medium-bodied, very balanced and fresh with a pleasantly low alcohol (13 ABV). Most of the tannins have melted away, the sweet fruit is on full display and the wine is in its drinking window. While very well crafted, I cannot detect distinctive aromatics which set the wine apart from other Bordeaux blends.
Red
4/28/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
92 points
My first wine from Frank Cornelissen and a great experience.
Slightly lighter colour than the wines from Terre Nere. The nose is probably the most distinctive feature of this wine. Very sweet and fruity (black raspberry and strawberry), akin to juice more than wine, nicely fresh despite 14,5 ABV. In the mouth the wine is all about elegance and purity. Only moderately tannic but with a beautiful silky texture. Fruity with some dusty, rocky elements, a pleasing bitterness on the finish. With some swirling the aromatics become more powerful (always a good sign) yet the wine never looses its light touch. Somehow burgundian but overall sweeter, gentler and easier to appreciate. I can imagine the wine to age quite well, not due to its tannins but its balance; then it should add some more complexity. I will buy more and curiously await tasting the Munjebel.
Red
4/19/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
89 points
A good wine after one hour of breathing. Soft texture and something a bit flat to the mouthfeel as often is the case with Carignan-blends. Aromatically there is a touch of iron which complements the dark cherry fruit. Nicely balanced and a cool expression of hot Roussillon. Can be drunk now but should have some upside.
Rosé
4/19/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
88 points
A very decent Rosé. Good balance. Neither too much alcohol nor watery. Not in-your-face fruity but flowery and gently herbal. Nicely textured. Good enough on its own but preferably a versatile food companion. Even the QPR is not bad at 12-13 Euro.
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Red
4/13/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
91 points
Nothing has changed over the last year, so for the aromatics and overall style you might refer to my previous TN.
The wine still needs a lot of air and - as often is the case - the last glas was the best, on day 2! As there is still considerable tannin and the acidity is quite brisk, I honestly suggest to give it another 3 to 5 years. Certainly some tertiary characteristics have emerged and also a beautiful sweet perfume unfurls, but the wine does not seem finished and is certainly not in decline. A sturdy beauty.
Red
2010 Clos Manou Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
3/30/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
91 points
Only very brief impressions. Still a black colour with only a slight ruby rim. The wine is entering the drinking window. The fruit has become sweeter and the structure is mellowing. Give it one hour of air and enjoy this modern and hedonistic Medoc.
White - Sparkling
3/23/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
90 points
As many have commented here, this is quite a special champagne among the grandes marques with its big acidity and razorlike cut.
For me the whole package works as there is also plenty of extract (in basic cuvee-terms). Aromatically this is mainly citrusfruit and some early whiffs of brioche. A very refreshing sip in the sunshine! While this bottle lacked complexity (it was degorged only in July 2018), I think one year of bottle age could well do the trick here - and also calm down the acidity a bit.
Red
3/17/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
91 points
A good, but not exceptional wine (not the 95 points JS awarded it).
Double decant and one hour of air. Dark and glossy color. Nice sweet fruit on the nose. In the mouth - as you would expect - quite some richness, but also a good dose of freshness and structure. Well balanced and sensibly crafted. Yet the aromatics are pretty ordinary, a leafy dark fruit melange à la Cabernet Sauvignon/Franc and not much else. The wine is certainly very enjoyable and a classy crowd-pleaser, but I cannot find the early hints of greatness, which I expect in a young 95 points wine. Where is the terroir?
Red
3/10/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
89 points
3 years since I had my last bottle (see TN). The wine needed a double decant + 1 hour to open up. Then it showed a nice balance of sweet and earthy flavours, good energy and structure. Overall quite rustic and old-school. A good and versatile food-wine. Sadly the aftertaste felt ever so slightly drying and "unclean" (yet there was no sign of TCA on the nose); maybe just some old cask-flavour? I would give the wine additional two to three years and hope that my bottle was not fully representative.
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Red
3/6/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
92 points
Qualitywise this bottle confirmed my impression from one year ago (see TN). This is probably as good as a Margaux Cru Bourgeois can get. Yet is has started to firm up and lost a bit of its delicious sweet perfume (which made a comeback on the second day). Still this has the richness of a great vintage, combined with a very good balance and Margaux typicity. I cannot await to revisit this wine in three to five years.
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Red
Not my cup of tea. Heady, rather dull, lacking the energy of other Priorats from 2013 and with a pronounced almond taste; not quite sure if the bottle was representative.
Rosé
2/24/2019 - Eric Becker Likes this wine:
89 points
Good, serious Rose! Quite powerful and nicely textured without being heavy or hot. Dry. Gently fruity, accentuated by flowers and minerals. Good finish. I would drink it this year, but it may well keep longer.
Red
2/24/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
91 points
essentially the same impression as two years ago (see tn). good, but not great wine and obviously aging at a slow pace. probably close to its peak and 5+ years still to go.
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Red
2015 Château Reysson Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
2/19/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
88 points
A solid merlot-driven northern Medoc. Dark, dry, rich and quite long, but also fairly one-dimensional. Earth and cherryfruit. Reminds me of Potensac in a lesser way or Le Grandes Chenes. Should keep for 5 years plus and is good value.
Red
2/17/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
90 points
This wine is different to the Bandols that I have had.
The appearance is beautiful, dark translucent red shining brightly.
In the nose the wine is also very attractive with its confected bramble fruit and its whiffs of iron and forest floor.
The taste left me a bit puzzled. Medium-bodied, nicely aromatic and definitely juicy, but moderately structured and with a rather short aftertaste. Somehow burgundian and I was also reminded of the (better) Manincor Cassiano 2015 from South Tyrol, which I had lately. Starts ambitiously with a lovely nose, but in the end there seems to be not quite enough meat on the bone. Nonetheless this is still good QPR.
Red
2/8/2019 - Eric Becker wrote:
90 points
Finely aged and in a sweet spot now. Still a dark ruby color. In the nose a pronounced leather note. In the mouth the wine is quite full and smooth with a nice melange of red and dark fruits, leather and herbs. As with most Madirans this feels like an old-school-wine. Rustic, structured and age-worthy.
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