|Winery:||Château Des Laurets|
|Region:||France » Bordeaux » Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion|
Château Des Laurets
Purchased through Lot 18, where I picked up the 2010. Not quite the 2010, seems a bit young and edgy compared to the 2010, but knowing the 2010, you would hope you would know where this one is going, Opens with chocolate plum jam, then a bit of lavend...
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The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...
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Château Des Laurets on Snooth
Purchased through Lot 18, where I picked up the 2010. Not quite the 2010, seems a bit young and edgy compared to the 2010, but knowing the 2010, you would hope you would know where this one is going, Opens with chocolate plum jam, then a bit of lavender and violets, and finally a cinnamon, thyme, and allspice. Long, bright, and smooth finish w... Read More
Wonderful!A Lot 18 Selection; Had this about a year ago and then the other day...just wonderful: a Big Powerhouse, ha, ha, but in a complex & subtle way.Dark inky opaque in the glass, Cherry Plum Vanilla opening, then Blueberry & Elderberry & Thyme along with Lavender. Lavender Vanilla Oak, Grape preserves and Chocolate Fudge. Long long finish, ... Read More
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This wine has a spectacular aroma but it is all. On the first taste, you can almost bite on the tannin. It will leave your mouth dry and pasty. If it was a white wine I would say that it is acid which is not a good thing in red wine. It will probably taste better in another 10 years but for now, the 2006 is not for tonight's supper. It should no... Read More
I expected MUCH more from a St. Emilion, even if not a Grand Cru. I'd consider using this as a base for thinning paint. In my books, it ranks with the rubbish that J.P. Chenet 'produces'. Read More