quantities black currant & blueberry fruit...Major Sleeper of the
you love Bordeaux do not miss this chance to get one of the historic 2010
vintage's most outstanding values. In the words of Wine Spectator, "The
Right Bank's satellite appellations offer extra richness and depth in 2010, and
value hunters will want to plumb these areas for smart buys." - Wine
got THE wine to fit that bill. ChĂ˘teau Haut Mazeris form Canon-Fronsac. Here's
Robert Parker's 91-point "major sleeper of the vintage" glowing
chalkiness of the wine's minerality struts forth aggressively, as do copious
quantities of black currant and blueberry fruit. The wine hits the palate with
serious authority, medium to full body, and plenty of richness and suppleness.
Drink it over the next 10-12 years, although I think it could last even longer.
This 2010 is a major sleeper of the vintage from this outstanding estate
of 25 acres, which has produced another terrific wine." -Robert Parker WA
Robert Parker is a fan of the ChĂ˘teau Haut Mazeris 2010. Maybe two cases?
is report on the 2010s when first offered:
are all lucky if we love great Bordeaux, the most famous and most loved of
French wines, Bordeaux has had two of its greatest vintages back to back
in 2009 and 2010.
Wine Spectator rates the 2009 vintage a stunning 97. They rate 2010
a magical 99.
Here is Steven Spurrier from UK's Decanter Magazine: "Bordeaux 2010:
"A Modern Classic" Producers and critics are resisting saying 'best
ever', but this focused, serious, age worthy vintage that is drawing
comparisons to 1982 and even 1947 is certain to set record release
Wine Spectator's first report: Bordeaux appears to have another superb vintage
on its hands following the 2010 harvest. "I'd never thought I would see
2009 again in my professional career," says Paul Pontallier, technical
director at ChĂ˘teau Margaux, comparing 2010 to the classic-quality previous
Derenoncourt one of Bordeaux's most respected winemakers and consultants
says" the 2010s have more punch, more terrior, They are straighter,
longer, than 2009 - They are really special."
is Bordeaux at its best (and best value)!