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$18 Bordeaux of the Medoc appellation Intense and concentrated nose loaded with cherry. A few layers stick out other than the fruit; mineral, chalk... Read more
This wine has a fruity smell of cherry. It tastes like cherry and cinnamon in the mouth, and feels smooth and round. Read more
Very smooth. Complex. Read more
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$18 Bordeaux of the Medoc appellation Intense and concentrated nose loaded with cherry. A few layers stick out other than the fruit; mineral, chalk. All in all a tremendous value and a delicious wine. For me this is close to the maximum I'll spend for a non-occasion wine and it did not disappoint. Deep ruby color, medium/full bodied, astringent as the Sahara. Would def recommend and drink again! My rating: 89/100 For the money: 89/100
This wine has a fruity smell of cherry. It tastes like cherry and cinnamon in the mouth, and feels smooth and round.
Very smooth. Complex.
Bought a case. Four bottles were corked. Good wine, but risky purchase.
A great find from a great vintage. Currently enjoying it on a mellow Saturday evening.
Nice fruit, good balance. Drinks very well
External Reviews for Château Greysac Red Bordeaux Blend Médoc
From a classic Cabernet vintage, this quintessential Médoc Bordeaux is deeply colored, with pleasant aromas of plummy fruit, chocolate and earth. The tannins are firm, but balanced nicely by the wine's fleshy ripeness. This wine will age nicely for 5 to 7 years, but is drinking nicely now with a good decanting. A fine match for roast leg of lamb.
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