Made by the same team as Château Giscours, this estate continues to impress with its quality. The wine is certainly structured but it also has lush layers of ripe fruit. Blueberry and black-currant fruitiness gives the wine richness and potential. Drink from 2023. (RV)
A little bit shy on the nose, but the balance of good concentration and powdery tannins creates a creamy impression that extends through the long finish — one that’s already smooth enough to give a lot of pleasure. Try drinking in 2020.
The 2014 du Tertre is a bold, powerful wine. Smoke, licorice, wild dark cherry and game are front and center. Though it is a touch rough around the edges, the 2014 possesses notable depth and intensity. Time in bottle may help soften some of the tannins, but this is never an especially refined wine. (AG)
Lilac and singed sandalwood notes lead the way here, though this fleshes out steadily throughout, with the core of plum, currant and blackberry fruit melding with accents of juniper and warm stone on the finish. Well-embedded acidity gives this latent length and drive. Best from 2019 through 2028. (JM)
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