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A ruby-colored wine with a complex nose that is at once earthy, toasty, and floral. It has a mellow, soft flavor with...Read more...
Opened based on Parker vintage recommendation, and comments here. Upon opening and a few minutes of occasional swirl, enjoyed lovely strawberry/che... Read more
Balance, balance, balance. I'm not always one for such controlled wines as Bordeaux, but this wine is truly lovely. And despite its age, it shoul... Read more
Dark ruby/purple-colored, with a crushed, pure cassis aroma, this excellent, medium to full-bodied wine reveals sweet fruit on the attack, plenty o... Read more
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Opened based on Parker vintage recommendation, and comments here. Upon opening and a few minutes of occasional swirl, enjoyed lovely strawberry/cherry/blacberry fruit combination -- quite lovely and very ripe; along with typical cigar box and smoke. Color is a medium rusty burgundy with no obvious bricking. Almost no seepage in to the cork. Very well bottled - could have sat another decade. Taste was mild and dry with sweet tannis. Not much fruit showing initially, tobacco was primary flavor through mid-palate. Finish lasts a good 40 seconds or more. Mouthfeel is good, but not as much glycerin as in better vintages. Will put away for a day and try again. Tasted again on 8/25 and 8/27. On 2nd day, nose was gone, but fruit that was apparent in nose had transferred somewhat to the palate, making it more interesting. My third tasting showed the most balance of all with fruit flavors mingling with the tobacco -- but only while the wine was a bit cooler than room temperature. Once the wine reached room temperature tobacco was the overwhelming flavor. This wine tasted best when accompanying a meal -- it is not a "drink-alone" wine. 
Balance, balance, balance. I'm not always one for such controlled wines as Bordeaux, but this wine is truly lovely. And despite its age, it should be great for a while yet.
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Dark ruby/purple-colored, with a crushed, pure cassis aroma, this excellent, medium to full-bodied wine reveals sweet fruit on the attack, plenty of tannin, but not the inner-core of richness and density exhibited by such other 1994 Pauillacs as Pich... Robert Parkers Wine Advocate. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 1994 Pichon-Longueville Baron 750ml
A ruby-colored wine with a complex nose that is at once earthy, toasty, and floral. It has a mellow, soft flavor with a surprisingly long finish.
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