The 2017 Petit-Village is all class. Sweet floral notes and silky tannins give the 2017 striking nuance and finesse to match its mid-weight personality. Time in the glass brings out the wine's textural depth and structure nicely. In 2017, Petit-Village is marked by strong Cabernet signatures in both its flavor profile and structural feel. The tannins naturally need a few years to soften, but this has real potential. (AG)
A tight, structured red with plenty of chocolate, dark-berry, walnut and cedar character, working together to create a complex and structured red with lots of fruit and chewy, silky tannins.
The deeper ruby-hued 2017 Chateau Petit-Village checks in as 71% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and the balance Cabernet Sauvignon that saw malolactic fermentation in barrel and spent 16-18 months in 60% new French oak. It's a beautiful, sexy wine loaded with notions of creme de cassis, black raspberries, white flowers, toasted spice, and graphite. With medium to full body, a rounded, opulent texture, ripe tannins, and a great finish, it's a beautiful wine well worth seeking out.
There was no frost damage at Petit Village in 2017. Composed of 71% Merlot , 20% Cabernet Franc and 9% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2017 Petit Village displays a medium to deep garnet-purple color and needs a little coaxing to reveal notes of baked blackberries, boysenberries and plum preserves plus hints of Sichuan pepper, underbrush and iron ore. Medium to full-bodied, the palate has a generous amount of black fruits with a solid, grainy frame and lovely freshness, finishing long with a spicy kick. (LPB)
Caressing in feel, with creamed plum and raspberry puree flavors lined with singed sandalwood and black tea notes. A subtle mineral edge helps the finish linger. (JM)
An enjoyable wine from technical director Diana Berrouet Garcia. There was no frost here, and so they made a gorgeous, full and bright Petit Village with a good persistency of black cherry fruits and firm tannins. It was picked on 18-20 September, a little earlier than they perhaps wanted due to September rains, but the fruit was deftly handled. 50% new oak. (JA)
Deep cherry red. Sudden burst of right-bank sweetness after tasting Pichon Baron, Pibran and Les Tourelles. Scented with violets. Cinammon buns. Sweet fruit and firm tannins give very good balance. Firm but juicy and generous too. Lots of pleasure and fruit depth. (JH)
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