Château Paveil de Luze Red Bordeaux Blend Margaux 2010
Ein hoher Extraktgehalt, Fülle und Konzentration sowie eine saftige Säure und feinkörnige Gerbstoffe prägen diesen tollen Wein. Die Fruchtintensität mit Aromen von Dörrpflaume, Cassis, schwarze Kirsche und Lakritze wird durch den gekonnten Holzausbau mit Noten von Sandelholz und Bitterschokolade perfekt unterstrichen.
a great wine....
Three and a half glasses
garnet color with orange rim. vegetable+spice. soft red fruit,red fruit+tannins,tobacco,smooth,touch of spice onf inish,medium to long finish on leather+spice. drinkable now
A delicous margaux... Well balanced with a Cabernet base with Malbec and Cab Franc. Recommended with Lamb and with goat cheese dishes
External Reviews for Château Paveil de Luze Red Bordeaux Blend Margaux
Fresh and racy, with a lilac and iron spine cutting through the mix of damson plum, cherry and red currant fruit. The long finish features slightly dusty tannins, showing excellent integration and purity. Drink now through 2025.
With a blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Merlot, De Luze, who is the president of the Alliance des Cru Bourgeois, has produced a dense, ruby/purple-colored wine exhibiting notes of forest floor, spring flowers, blueberry, black raspberry and cassis. This wine looks even more impressive than the 2009, which was another terrific sleeper of the vintage. A superb cru bourgeois that behaves like a classified growth, this brilliant wine can be drunk early on because of its sweet tannin and low acidity, or cellared for 15 or more years. Bravo!
Good medium red-ruby. Black raspberry, mocha and nutty oak on the inviting nose. Pliant and suave on the palate, with good vinosity and sweetness to the flavors of raspberry and game. I liked the touch of leesy complexity here. Finishes with a fine dusting of tannins, no rough edges and noteworthy persistence. Delicious already.
Food Pairings for Château Paveil de Luze Red Bordeaux Blend Margaux
<p>This is a charming and classic Margaux displaying juicy fruit characteristics. This wine is a well-balanced, elegant and fulfilling with a slightly spicy finish. </p>
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