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2010 chateau pierre de montignac

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Rating
90 Pts Neal Martin - Wine Journal

Color
Red

Size
750 mL

ABV
13.0%

Closure Type
Cork

Vintage
2010

Varietal(s)
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot


Organic

BioDynamic

Collectable

Kosher

Sparkling

Dessert


Taste

currant, blackberry, cherry, bell pepper, olive, asparagus, spice, ginger, oak, vanilla, black cherry, plum, smoke, toast and tar

Nose

currant, blackberry, cherry, cedar, cigar box, violet, rose, truffle, earth, coffee and leather

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Neal Martin - Wine Journal:

"The Pierre de Montignac has a nice healthy deep garnet colour. The nose is open and generous with plenty of dark plum and blackberry fruit with hints of brine emerging with time in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with juicy ripe black fruit with cedar and graphite. This has good structure, plenty of fresh acidity and a crisp lively finish. This is the kind of wine that gives the Cru Bourgeois a good name. Tasted November 2012." (03/13)

Product Description:

"Ripe nose of dried red fruit. Round and generous palate due to the optimum ripeness. Well made. Drink from 2012 to 2020. (YS)" (10/12) - 16+ out of 20 Points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages.

Region:
"MEDOC: The most famous red wine district in Bordeaux, and possibly the world. The Medoc stretches north west from the city of Bordeaux along the left bank of the Gironde estuary, a virtually monocultural strip of flat, unremarkable land sandwiched between the palus, or coastal marshes, and the pine forests which extend for miles south into the Landes. The vineyard strip is about 5 to 12 km/3 to 8 miles wide, and runs northwards, with various intermissions for scrub, pasture, polder, and river bank, more than 70 km/50 miles from the northern suburbs of Bordeaux to the marshes of the lower, more northerly part of the Medoc, the so-called Bas-Medoc. Wines produced in the Bas-Medoc use the Medoc appellation, while those on the higher ground in the south eastern section are entitled to the Haut-Medoc appellation, although many of them qualify for the smarter individual village, or communal, appellations. From south to north, these are Margaux, Moulis, Listrac, St-Julien, Pauillac, and St-Estephe." - Jancis Robinson, Oxford Companion to Wine

This wine was also rated 89 Points by the Wine Enthusiast and 87 Points by the Wine Spectator.

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