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Chäteau Haut Beausejour 2015 / 2017 (RV)

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Chäteau Haut Beausejour 2015 / 2017 (RV)

Tobacco and cold cinders on the nose. Long, rich palate with notes of morello cherry and blackcurrant.

91 Points Wine Enthusiast - This wine is spicy, ripe and gently textured. With hints of stalkiness, the black currant fruits are light and crisp with a squeeze of blackberry juice coming through. It is more about fruit than structure.

90 Points James Suckling - A chewy and rich red with plum and walnut aromas and flavors. Full body. Flavorful finish. Salty aftertaste.

90 Points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - The 2015 Haut-Beauséjour is a blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon and 45% Merlot. It has a tightly wound, slightly subdued bouquet that just feels a little static in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp, quite fine tannin, well balanced and detailed with truffle and cedar-infused black fruit. It might lack the substance of its counterparts south in Pauillac, yet I still consider this to be a well-crafted wine that should offer a decade of pleasure.
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  • In 1992, Jean-Claude Rouzaud, oenologist and president of Champagne Louis Roederer, acquired and combined two Cru Bourgeois vineyards in the heart of the MedocÍs prestigious Saint-Estephe appellation: Chäteau Picard and Chäteau Beaus_jour. Together, these properties make up what is now called ñChäteau Haut-Beaus_jour. 2010 vtg: A surprisingly opulent, fleshy, and fruit-forward wine, this dark ruby/purple 2010 possesses sweet black cherry and black currant fruit with a distinctive earthiness. The tannins are soft, and the wine silky and up-front. Drink it over the next 7-10 years. 87-89 points (2008 vtg): Wine Advocate - Robert Parker - April 2009 89 points (2008 vtg): Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - March 2011