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Chateau Larcis Ducasse 2009 - St.Emilion

Chateau Larcis Ducasse 2009 - St.Emilion

Alk. 14,50%

Ocene kritičara:

96 RP 94 JS 94 WS

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Tip vina Crveno vino
Vinarije Chateau Larcis Ducasse
Sortni sastav Merlot 81%,Cabernet Franc 19%
Procenat alkohola 14,50%
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94 JS

James Suckling - review

A solid wine, with blueberry, minerals and spice character. Solid core of ripe, juicy fruit and firm, silky tannins with a fruity finish. Yet, reserved and refined. Try it in 2017. James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
96 RP

Robert Parker - review

A complex set of aromas ranging from coffee to forest floor, herbs, licorice, blackberries, cassis and cherries all seem to jump from the glass, and then are joined by a hint of charcoal as well camphor. This is an impressive, full-bodied, dense, concentrated wine that is more up-front and approachable than the 2005 was at a similar stage, but it is remarkably expressive, full-bodied, dense and capable of lasting 20-25 years.||Showing better from bottle than it did from barrel, this wine comes very close to equaling the prodigious 2005 that was produced by consultants Nicolas Thienpont and Stephane Derenoncourt. Cropped at 25 hectoliters per hectare from the limestone hillsides of this terroir, the final blend was 81% Merlot and 19% Cabernet Franc that tipped the scales at 14.6% natural alcohol. It is a brilliant sample of wine, as this has long been one of the great terroirs of St.-Emilion, but under-exploited until nearly a decade ago. Wine Advocate.February, 2012
94 WS

Wine spectator - review

Gorgeous, juicy fruit, with light wood, full and velvety tannins, and loads of Indian spices.