Château les Ormes de Pez Red Bordeaux Blend St. Estèphe 1999

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A great favourite, this always provides a classic Claret feel with a more contemporary suppleness - it is, after all,...

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My brother's 41st birthday. Second of 4 wines. My brother had a Chilean Cab opened when we arrived. This was much better. More concentrated, more c... Read more

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Snooth User: WinePaul
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3.50 5
05/09/2009

My brother's 41st birthday. Second of 4 wines. My brother had a Chilean Cab opened when we arrived. This was much better. More concentrated, more complex. Mostly leather and blackberry. Good acidity. Very competent Bordeaux.


Winemaker's Notes:

A great favourite, this always provides a classic Claret feel with a more<br/>contemporary suppleness - it is, after all, in the ownership of the<br/>utterly professional Cazes family. Having had time to age, the tannins<br/>have rounded off and the fruit taken on some enticing, mature notes - it<br/>is drinking very well now. <br/>(Tom Cave - Berrys' Cellar Plan Manager)<br/><br/>

A great favourite, this always provides a classic Claret feel with a more<br/>contemporary suppleness - it is, after all, in the ownership of the<br/>utterly professional Cazes family. Having had time to age, the tannins<br/>have rounded off and the fruit taken on some enticing, mature notes - it<br/>is drinking very well now. <br/>(Tom Cave - Berrys' Cellar Plan Manager)<br/><br/>

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