Château Haut Selve Red Bordeaux Blend Graves 2005
Aromas of smoke, herbs, red fruit and berries. Unusually powerful for a Graves. Full-bodied with good integrated tannin, wood, and red fruit flavors. Great with lamb, meats, and aged cheeses. Can age for 8 to 12 years. Decant before serving. Grape: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon Alcohol: 12.5%
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External Reviews for Château Haut Selve Red Bordeaux Blend Graves
A big, rich red, with lots of concentration and vanilla oak character. Doesn't taste a lot like Bordeaux, but it's impressive and powerful. Best after 2010.
A smooth, ripe wine, with eucalyptus aromas and layers of new wood. At the same time, it doesn't lose its origins, the structure of Cabernet and the ripeness of Merlot showing through well in a wine that has benefitted from the 2005 conditions.
A big, rich red, with lots of concentration and vanilla oak character. Doesn’t taste a lot like Bordeaux, but it’s impressive and powerful. Best after 2010.
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