TASTING: View: Château la Lagune 2009 offers a deep ruby color with purple hues and dense Nose: hints of cinnamon, blackberry and blackcurrant jam, aromas of ripe black fruits Palate: From volume, smooth palate, velvety tannins with a long, intense...
“Château La Lagune in the exceptional 2009 vintage, this is a dress with a deep and dense ruby purple, a powerful nose with aromas of ripe black fruits and a large palate followed by a lot of creaminess and a final long, intense and fruity. A wine that should still keep in the cellar 2 or 3...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Beaumont 2009 is dark maroon Nose: very expressive, fruity with hints of cassis. Taste: Elegant, soft and silky, a typical Medoc wine. GRAPES: 53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 46% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot CELLAR: Château Beaumont
Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
...heart of a forest of trees and tranquil ponds extraordinary Haut-Médoc, true magic and many rare botanical species, is the Château Cantemerle majestic building several centuries. It is found in the wines of the characters associated with these soils personal...
“- Cantemerle is down incredibly smooth and attractive in 2009
- The nose is quite Cabernet: dark ripe fruit, smoky, spices
- barrels of medium toasting, which round off the flavor nicely and complement
- On the palate, then fine, liquorice sweet tannins, little astringency, instead a flattering,...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château de Gironville 2009 has a ruby red color with garnet reflections Nose: it reveals a lot of sap Mouth: a splendid material and revealing a lot of sap power on the palate and a good upbringing. Good length and seductive wine...
- View: Château de Gironville 2009 has a ruby garnet
- Nose: it reveals a lot of sap
- Mouth: matter and reveals a splendid wealth of links sap power in the mouth and a very good breeding
SERVING: Serve with red or white meat, game, cheese plate.
GRAPES: 45% Cabernet Sauvignon,...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Sociando Mallet 2009 is a red-purple Nose: fine and full aroma of ripe black and red fruit, very mineral Mouth: Balanced, with elegant aromas of ripe, juicy fruit PREPARATION: Traditional vinification in cement tanks and stainless...
“Color: Purple intense with hints of black | Nose: Intense bouquet of red and black fruits, mixed with toasted notes | Palate: Tannins high quality and great depth | Evolution: Aging potential 10 to 15 years |”
“To drink in good company.
The Château Coufran wine is of a red ruby colour, having reddish brown edges. Scents of raspberry. It would have been better if it had been cooler than it was. Our fault.
The matches quite good with game meats.”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Citran 2009 shows a violet color Nose: providing a fresh, fruity nose of blackberries, cherries and plums Mouth: an attractive face with beautiful cherry notes, chocolate and tannins well done. POTENTIAL: Can consume up to...
“Castle CITRAN 2009C'est because part of the vineyard is adjacent to the Margaux appellation wines that the Château Citran have a great elegance. This reference Haut-Médoc, whose earliest known origins date back to 1235, joined the circle of great Bordeaux thanks to the work of the Merlaut family,...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Lanessan 2009 has a deep purple color Nose: lots of creme de cassis, cedar and spicy notes on the nose. Mouth: Your beautiful opulence, its silky tannins and a long finish make this one of the revelations added. AGING POTENTIAL:...
TASTING NOTES OF La Closerie de Camensac 2009: View: beautiful purple. Nose: very nice entry, delicate wood, presence of red berries. Mouth: a lovely, balanced and flexible in, fruity and elegant wine palate. APPELLATION: Haut-Médoc. GRAPES: 60% Cabernet...
“The vineyards of Chateau Camensac is located next to the St Julien appellation in St Laurent du Médoc. The assembly is 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot Le Haut Médoc is located upstream of the estuary of the Gironde. The important composition of the soil in serious incentive to grow Cabernet...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Belgrave 2009 has a very deep color with dark purple reflections. Nose: deep nose of fresh red fruit, elegant oak. Mouth: On the palate, no volume, fullness, velvety substance. Fruit leads to a more finished oak. PAIRING:...
“The color is almost black, with dark red reflections and a subtle purple border
The nose, complex and beautifully fresh, opens with empyreumatic notes, enriched with powerful aromas of black fruits
From the attack, the mouth is very coated, signed by an elegant structure, powerful and tight, with...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Bernadotte 2009 reveals a dense purple color. Nose: with a sweet fragrance of black cherries, black currants, charcoal and spices. Mouth: With layers of fruit, decent acidity, freshness and precision, and an opulent wine,...
“- The winery was named after Field Marshal Bernadotte, that of Napeleon I
- Prince has been named
- Bernadotte was elected in 1818 to the king Schwedenc after the king Karl XIII
- died without heir
- The wine has a good tannic structure
- fine, charming and with beautiful aromas of fresh red...”
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot
TASTING NOTES: View: Château La Tour Carnet 2009 is of a dense purple colour. Nose: It enchants with its notes of charcoal, subtle toast and white chocolate as well as blueberry and blackberry liqueur intermixed with hints of graphite and licorice. Mouth:...
“Supérior Bordeaux, Haut-Médoc red wine dry, 2009 A strong, dense Cabernet, which smells strongly of blackcurrants, smoky after dark toasted barrels and spicy earthy. It tastes powerful with soft, comfortable finish. This wine has backbone and power, but also the finesse of a cabernetgeprägten...”
TASTING NOTES OF Château de Camensac 2009 : View: intense red. Nose: aromas of small black fruits. Mouth: quite firm tannins, but present with a good aromatic persistence. APPELLATION: Haut-Médoc. VINEYARD: Château Camensac GRAPES: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon...
“I drank it with someone special.
This wine is of a very attractive cherry colour. The smell of this Château Camensac Château de Camensac reminds me somehow a menthol candy. The Château de Camensac had been cooled and offered a mild flavour.
We drank it with appetizers.”
“A wine to be paired with "Tapas". A wine to drink with your family.
Classic red cherry color of a 2009. The smell of violets was so strong that it seemed curious to me. Oily wine with red fruit flavours.”
TASTING NOTES Château Sociando Mallet 2009 : View: dark and dull crimson. Nose: aromas of ripe cassis, minerals and spices. Mouth: Extremely silky, elegant, good density, tasty, cedar notes on the finish. APPELLATION: Haut-Médoc. WINERY: Château Sociando...
TASTING NOTES Château d'Agassac 2009 : View: deep garnet red, violet reflections. Nose: delicate and powerful nose with successive touches of ripe fruit (plums hot) and black pepper. Mouth: rich tannins, velvety, firm texture, precise and fresh, dense...
“Dark, intense, beautiful. Moderately aromatic nose smelling black fruits. Entry into suave and wine develops on one of the fattest mouths views on this thought. Medium well built, rich and long finish, the tannicity displayed but not rude mouth. JM Quarin assembly 50% merlot, 47% cabernet...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Château Malescasse 2009 shows an intense cherry red Nose: woody, fruity nose (red fruit), supplemented by snuff, leather, great finesse. Mouth: soft attack, ripe tannins, the wine grows up to chunky and robust end of a Medoc coated...
“TASTING NOTES OF Château Malescasse 2009:
- View: Deep ruby
- Nose: red fruit aromas and spices
- Mouth: structured, long finish, fresh
APPELLATION: Haut Medoc (France)
VINEYARD: Château Malescasse
GRAPES: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
PAIRING: red and white meats
TEMPERATURE: 15 °
“Black fruit, cherry burlat, round mouth, soft, very soft tannins and sweet, margalien style, low acidity, good length, fresh, elegant.
Le Point, 15.5 / 16, May 6, 2010
Great success. Crunchy, with a lovely expressive fruit and a nice frame. Pretty final.
La Revue du Vin de France, May 31, 2010”