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Chateau Quinault Lenclos 2007

Winemaker's Notes:

"Full ruby-red. Cassis, plum, licorice, bitter chocolate and fresh herbs on the nose and palate, with tobacco and menthol nuances emerging with air. Supple and chewy but classically dry and not particularly fleshy, with oak, peppery herbs, iron and intriguing soil tones building in the glass. An elegant, pliant midweight that finishes with firm tannic backbone and a light menthol quality."-Stephen Tanzer

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External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/16/2009

Rated -No tasting note given. Robert Parker. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2007 Quinault l'Enclos 750ml


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
11/04/2014

Full ruby-red. Cassis, plum, licorice, bitter chocolate and fresh herbs on the nose and palate, with tobacco and menthol nuances emerging with air. Supple and chewy but classically dry and not particularly fleshy, with oak, peppery herbs, iron and intriguing soil tones building in the glass. An elegant, pliant midweight that finishes with firm tannic backbone and a light menthol quality. - Stephen Tanzer 89 PointsAromas of dark fruits and sweet tobacco lead to a medium body, with chewy tannins and a fruity, minerally aftertaste. A little austere, but pleasant enough. Should soften with bottle age. Drink now. 6,250 cases made. JS - Wine Spectator Magazine 86 Points


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Source: AOC Fine Wines
01/12/2010

Intense red purple color. Very ripe fresh fruity and aromatic nose. Smoothly caressing on the palate the wine is velvety and chubby. It develops well structured melting and enjoyable. It is above all very difficult not to swallow There is pleasure in perspective and straight from bottling. Jean-Marc Quarin - www.quarin.com


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
05/20/2015

Full ruby-red. Cassis, plum, licorice, bitter chocolate and fresh herbs on the nose and palate, with tobacco and menthol nuances emerging with air. Supple and chewy but classically dry and not particularly fleshy, with oak, peppery herbs, iron and intriguing soil tones building in the glass. An elegant, pliant midweight that finishes with firm tannic backbone and a light menthol quality. - Stephen Tanzer 89 Points Aromas of dark fruits and sweet tobacco lead to a medium body, with chewy tannins and a fruity, minerally aftertaste. A little austere, but pleasant enough. Should soften with bottle age. Drink now. 6,250 cases made. –JS - Wine Spectator Magazine 86 Points



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"Full ruby-red. Cassis, plum, licorice, bitter chocolate and fresh herbs on the nose and palate, with tobacco and menthol nuances emerging with air. Supple and chewy but classically dry and not particularly fleshy, with oak, peppery herbs, iron and intriguing soil tones building in the glass. An elegant, pliant midweight that finishes with firm tannic backbone and a light menthol quality."-Stephen Tanzer

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