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Château de Beauregard St. Véran 2004

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Slightly less impressive from bottle than from cask, this is still an excellent effort, offering a deep ruby color, a sweet nose of mocha and berries, dry, extracted, yet fleshy flavors, medium body, and light to moderate tannin in the finish. There is a certain angularity to the tannin, suggesting 1-3 years of cellaring is required.

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Snooth User: mpinsent
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5.00 5
08/14/2007

Just gorgeous - smooth, fruity



Slightly less impressive from bottle than from cask, this is still an excellent effort, offering a deep ruby color, a sweet nose of mocha and berries, dry, extracted, yet fleshy flavors, medium body, and light to moderate tannin in the finish. There is a certain angularity to the tannin, suggesting 1-3 years of cellaring is required.

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