The best La Couspaude I have ever tasted, the opaque purple 2009 exhibits nicely integrated toasty oak/pain grille in addition to cassis, kirsch, raspberries and earthy undertones. Full-bodied, with beautiful integration of acidity, alcohol and tannin, this is a robust, exuberant, somewhat flamboyant style of St.-Emilion that is clearly modern, but quite frankly, delicious. (RP)
Pure blackberry and currant fruits, lots of ripe and juicy flavors. Intense, concentrated and smoky. (RV)
A broad, fleshy style, with cocoa, mulled plum, fig and blackberry fruit draped over briar and toasty spice notes. Stays lush and velvety through the finish, with flashy spice notes. For the hedonistic crowd. (JM)
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