One of the largest estates in the Médoc, this misses being in Pauillac by being—literally—on the wrong side of the rail tracks. Regardless, the location ultimately gives the wine depth and richness. It's ripe, dark, dense and very structured, showing the new wood that will integrate. Drink from 2018.
This shows a subtle fruit character with cherries and strawberries plus hints of vanilla. Rose petal, too. Medium to full body, fine tannins and a fresh finish. Delicious now.
Deep, very intense, brilliant, ruby-red colour. Red-berry fruit bouquet with hints of cedar and spices. The oak is not obtrusive. The initial impression on the palate is intense, with good body, richness, and lovely freshness, accentuating its overall tightness. The aftertaste is lovely and long.
Blend: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot