Soft wine, the Merlot in the blend giving a round character to the texture. It is juicy, fruity, a gentle, mellow wine that seduces by its delicious ripe berry fruits. Its aging potential is there in the band of Cabernet tannins, but it's not a longer-term wine. (RV)
Pichon Lalande's 2007 is a seductive, dark ruby/plum-tinged wine displaying sweet cocoa, white chocolate, black currant, and foresty notes, medium body, a velvety texture, and a delicious style. The final blend is 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, and the rest Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. Drink it over the next decade. (RP)
Bright ruby-red. Enticing aromas of plum, dark cherry, bitter chocolate, licorice, coffee and sexy smoky oak. Then juicy but a bit lean in the mouth, with good energy but modest texture to its dark berry and licorice flavors. Boasts good energy and precision but today the wine's tannins overwhelm the fruit and the finish shows a slightly tart quality. Will this expand with bottle aging? 89(+?) points. (ST)
Tresh and fruity, offering berry and floral aromas that follow through to a medium-to-full body, with slightly chewy tannins that are polished and attractive. (JS)
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