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A 2009 Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot from Brodeaux, France. Good Ruby-red color with tight rim variation. Dark ... Read more
Bouquet lacking Mediocre on the palate Read more
Black cherry, earth, and hint of medicine on the nose. Cherries and smooth tannin on the palate with a spicy finish. Drinkable. Read more
Food Pairings for Chateau de Sales Jéroboam
A 2009 Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot from Brodeaux, France. Good Ruby-red color with tight rim variation. Dark fruits hints of cherry and blackberry with a mid-finish on the palette and balanced acidity. This wine will mature nicely over time. Best served chilled to 60 degrees, double decanted and served with a mid-rare lamb dish.
Bouquet lacking Mediocre on the palate
Black cherry, earth, and hint of medicine on the nose. Cherries and smooth tannin on the palate with a spicy finish. Drinkable.
Rich,sweet, cooked stone fruit. Just a hint of Bordeaux-character cedar and tobacco. Drinking now, will not run much longer.
Outrageously dark, edging on brown in colour with a bizarre nose. The colour and nose combined to really put me off this wine. Lots of earthy notes on the nose, tar coming forward but the the mouth feel was insane, fantasticly smooth with some nice drying tannins. The wine is not to my personal taste but I can recognise it is quality on the palate.
I love this wine. It goes well with a nice thick well aged prime New York Strip steak.
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Bright red-ruby. Perfumed nose of sour red cherry, violet and bitter chocolate reminded me of Burgundy. Pliant and very fresh, with good fleshiness for this wine. The suave tannins are nicely supported by the wine's mid-palate stuffing. This very gen... Stephen Tanzer's IWC. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2009 De Sales 750ml
Bright red-ruby. Perfumed nose of sour red cherry violet and bitter chocolate reminded me of Burgundy. Pliant and very fresh with good fleshiness for this wine. The suave tannins are nicely supported by the wine s mid-palate stuffing. This very gentle wine suggests a well-judged extraction. This will drink well early and should be a Pomerol bargain especially on a restaurant list. Stephen Tanzers IWC.
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