2000 Haut Ferrand, Pomerol

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Haut Ferrand is comprised of several plots of vineyard located near the church of Pomerol and purchsed in the 1970s by Chateau Ferrand. The vineyards are 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc. We tasted this value in December and ordered it on the spot. Very sweet and lush on the palate. Ready to drink tonight. Blackberry fruits abound. Enjoy a Pomerol that is affordable.

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Staff Image By: Steve Bearden | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/9/2012 | Send Email
Plush, silky, soft and ethereal in nature, this wine really sneaks up on you. The palate is caressing with blueberry fruit, cedar, smoke and an iron tinged minerality on the tannin free finish. Great for drinking tonight.

Staff Image By: Jeff Garneau | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/4/2012 | Send Email
Owned by the Gasparoux family, who also own the more well-known Chateau Ferrand. Not a second wine but, since 1970, a separate property assembled from various parcels situated around the church of Pomerol. 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc. Well-priced, traditionally-styled Pomerol. No garagiste excesses of overripe fruit or new oak here. Ripe red fruits of red currant and plum followed by lovely, savory notes of cedar and truffle. Wonderful weight – rich, round, and mouthfilling. Elegant and refined with great presence. The perfect pairing for grilled duck breast. Already showing the strength of this 2000 vintage, this wine will continue to improve for many years to come. Drink or hold.

Staff Image By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/28/2012 | Send Email
Really drinking well right now, but you know it's going to last another 5 to 10 years easy! I wish we had more great Right Bank deals like this to offer because we get a little Cab-centric at K&L. Experience the red fruit, fine tannins, and incredible depth from the 2000 Ferrand and try to tell me you don't like Merlot!

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