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Deep colour. Slightly austere but intense, dark berry fruit aroma. Palate shows a depth of firm, fresh, layered fruit with liquorish and blackcurrant notes. Terroir highlighted with a chalky, minerally finish. Solid and harmonious. Drink 2015-2025. 4 stars. Score: 17.5 Decanter Magazine,
Exceptionally deep crimson. Minerals – charcoal? – on the nose. Very, unusually, sweet and rich and round and seductive. A great sweet spread of gentle fruit on the front palate. Not aggressive at all. Quite a feat in 2007! Lively. Real vitality here. Again it finishes a bit suddenly but there is lots of pleasure to be had here. Big and bloody and flattering on the front palate, then it tightens up quite considerably and shows a little bit of astringency and quite marked acidity. More vivacity than many even though in the context of all vintages it’s a little bit dull. Drink 2012-2016 Score: 16.5 Jancis Robinson MW,
This has good concentration for the vintage, with lots of mineral, berry, currant and flowers. I like this a lot. Score: 88-91 James Suckling,
This has a low pH of 3.35 and is imbued with a ripe, slightly jammy nose with raspberry and plum. The palate is full bodied with good acidity cutting through those thick black fruits. Very primal on the tannic finish, difficult to ascertain at the moment but it certainly has stuffing. Tasted April 2008. Score: 89-91 Neal Martin,
Bright red-ruby. Black cherry, violet, licorice and minerals on the nose. Sweet on entry, then juicy and firm in the middle, with dense black fruit flavors showing excellent energy for the year. The pH of 3.65 is relatively low for St. Emilion 2007 but high by the standards of this property. Finishes with building, oak-powered tannins and excellent verve for the year. This vineyard was harvested in just four days during the second week of October. Score: 90-92 Stephen Tanzer, Intl. Wine Cellar
Score: 92-94 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (176)



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