The 2010 Mathilde is 100% Merlot in 2010, and the alcohol is at 15%. The wine is a blockbuster, a delicious, hedonistic St.-Emilion fruit bomb with loads of blackberry, raspberry, black currant and cherry notes intermixed with some cedar wood, forest floor and a touch of toast. The interesting thing about Mathilde is that it is bottled and put on the market much earlier than most of the serious wines of Bordeaux. The Mathilde is probably best consumed in its first decade of life. (RP)
(100% merlot; 15% alcohol): Good bright medium ruby. Aromas of blackberry, dark raspberry, licorice, minerals and dark chocolate show liqueur-like ripeness. Sweet, lush, velvety and deep, but with good ripe acidity and violet lift to the flavors of black raspberry, menthol and chocolatey oak. A bit less high-toned and sweet than the "regular" La Fleur Morange, but finishes with noble fine-grained tannins and serious length. Very impressive merlot. (ST)
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