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The 2009 La Fleur de Bouard (made from yields of 45 hectoliters per hectare; 13.5% alcohol) is a Merlot-based wine with brilliant purity, abundant black cherry, plum, and boysenberry fruit, extraordinary density, decent acids, and high tannins. This full-bodied, concentrated, impressively endowed 2009 should age nicely for 10-15 years. At a recent tasting of the 2000 vintage, I was reminded of how great this estate's luxury cuvee can be. It was off the charts in terms of richness and personality. (Tasted three times.) Drink 2010-2025. Wine Advocate # 188; Apr 2010 Robert Parker (91-93)

Supersilky and round, with lovely berry, licorice and black chocolate character. Full and gorgeous. Like it. Score: 92-95; James Sucking; The Wine Spectator


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