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Robert Parker(Feb 98) The 1995 is possibly the finest d'Armailhac I have yet tasted. The blend was 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc, and 32% Merlot. This deep ruby/purple-colored wine possesses low acidity, plenty of sweet tannin, and, in both its aromatics and flavors, gobs of ripe cassis fruit are nicely
Robert Parker (may 2011) A sleeper of the vintage, the slightly oaky 2008 exhibits sweet, fleshy raspberry and black currant fruit intermixed with hints of flowers, caramel, coffee and chocolate. Consume it over the next 6-8 years.
Robert Parker quoted (Jun 07) A complex concoction of dried herbs, damp earth, spice box, and sweet cherries and currants makes for an interesting aromatic profile. In the mouth, the wine is medium-bodied with excellent concentration, firm tannin, and plenty of punch as well as length. If it all comes together,
Robert Parker (Dec 2011) Opaque purple-colored, this is a relatively structured, tightly knit wine that offers up notes of crushed rocks, black raspberries and hints of black currant and underbrush. It is structured, masculine and medium to full-bodied, with some moderate tannins that still need to be resolved. Forget it for