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Robert Parker (Feb 09) This consistently high quality estateâ€™s 2006 exhibits aromas of cedar, black currants, black cherries, loamy soil, and background toasty oak. Medium-bodied and richly fruity with sweet tannin, it should drink well for 5-6 years. Good value.
Robert PaA tasty blend of 50% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Petit Verdot that came in at 13.5% natural alcohol, this wine displays plenty of cedar wood, loamy soil notes, underbrush and classic black currants and licorice. Well-made, with a supple texture and good fruit, this wine should drink
Robert Parker (Apr 99) While I have been critical of Domaine de Chevalier, because the wines have contained entirely too much aggressive oak for the amount of fruit, recent vintages reveal a more subtle touch with the wood. The 1996 has turned out beautifully from the bottle. It is an exceptionally
Robert Parker quoted (Apr 05) Deep ruby with an attractive, moderately intense bouquet of sweet cherries, flowers, plums, some earth, and new oak, this wine is medium-bodied, nicely balanced, with ripe tannin, not a great deal of depth, but a good solid mid-palate and attractive finish. It should drink well for
Robert Parker (Feb 09) This is another very good effort from this consistent property that turns out wines that are often very close to classified-growth quality. Dark ruby/purple-tinged with cedary, black currant notes intermixed with roasted herbs and underbrush, this medium-bodied wine displays excellent concentration and relatively sweet tannins. It should
Robert Parker quoted(Aug 08) One of the least expensive wines from Gerard Perseâ€™s three Cotes de Castillon estates, this is unquestionably the softest and most immediately accessible. Its dark ruby color is followed by a concoction of ripe, sweet black currant and cherry fruit, incense, spring flowers, and spice. Drink this
Robert Parker (feb 12) Another excellent value from this appellation adjacent to Pomerol, this 2009 is a blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. This estate has been owned by the Baron Guichard family since 1932. Attractive truffle, graphite and plum notes intermixed with mocha and black cherry cascade from