Structured and dense, this is a dry, firm wine. Its superstructure of tannins doesn’t mark the ripe black-currant fruit that is developing. From one of the top vineyards in Haut-Médoc, this wine is likely to age well with its structure and fruit in place. Drink from 2024. *Editors' Choice*
Seriously savory and texturally complex this is a powerful wine that’s also very fresh. I love the long, crisp finish. If this had a little bit more concentration it would be sensational. Drink or hold.
One of the standouts in my Cru Bourgeois tasting was the 2015 Château Beaumont. This charming, plump, medium-bodied beauty has real class as well as traditional notes of ripe cherries, flowers, tobacco leaf and underbrush. With moderate tannin and an already approachable style, enjoy it over the coming decade or so. It’s well worth seeking out.
Tasted at the Cru Bourgeois annual tasting, the 2015 Beaumont has a more exotic bouquet than its peers with red cherries, wild strawberry and pressed flowers. It gains more and more refinement as it aerates. The palate is medium-bodied with a structured opening, the tannin enrobed with clean and pure blackberry and raspberry fruit, leading to a dense finish that just needs to attain more detail. Good potential. Drink 2020 - 2035. (NM)
The 2015 Beaumont is a gorgeous, everyday wine endowed with tons of character and nuance. Tobacco, grilled herbs, licorice, menthol and scorched earth give the wine considerable aromatic and flavor nuance. The 2015 is a touch rustic, but it is also immensely pleasing. It will be especially fine at the dinner table. The blend is 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot. (AG)
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