Chauvin’s successful 2005 ranks alongside their 2000 and 1998. Its dense ruby/purple color is followed by lovely aromas of black currants, cherries, smoke, meats, and minerals. Superb purity, full body, good acidity, and moderate tannin suggest this fleshy, substantial St.-Emilion will be drinkable in 3-4 years, and last for 15 or more.
Blackish crimson. Fresh intriguing nose but on the palate it’s a little overripe and forced. Could certainly give short-term pleasure though. I’m quite aware of the oak even at getting on for four years old.
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