2001 La Dauphine, Fronsac

SKU #1063672 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Enjoying a new owner as well as a new style, La Dauphine is now owned by Jean Halley, who also recently purchased Canon-de-Brem. Halley has produced an opulent, attractive, plump, seductive 2001 possessing a deep ruby/purple color in addition to a sweet perfume of raspberries and blackberries, a fleshy mid-section, and a sexy finish. (RP)  (6/2004)

Wine Spectator

 A clean and fruity wine with just the right amount of spice. Medium body. Fine tannins. A good showing for the vintage.  (3/2004)

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Staff Image By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/9/2011 | Send Email
A winery to watch from one of the super value communes in Bordeaux. I give the 2001 91 points for its richness and balance. It's opulent and seductive, possessing a sweet perfume of raspberries and blackberries, a fleshy mid-section and a sexy finish.

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