This is another offering from the exotic Le Pin-school of St.-Emilions that are made from extremely ripe fruit, aged in 100% new oak (the malolactic fermentation is also done in new oak), and bottled without filtration. The 1995 La Couspaude exhibits a ripe, jammy kirsch, black currant, and licorice-scented nose with plenty of smoky, pain grille notes. Full-bodied, with low acidity, and a flamboyant personality, this wine will unquestionably cause heads to turn. Traditionalists may argue that it is too obvious and sexy, but this is a fun wine to taste, and no one can argue that it does not provide pleasure ... and isn't that the ultimate objective of drinking this stuff? Moreover, it will age well and become even more civilized with cellaring. Anticipated maturity: 2000-2015. This small estate, which has been producing very high quality wines recently, deserves attention from serious Bordeaux drinkers.
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