2007 Lafleur-Gazin, Pomerol

SKU #1090402 Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Bright, dark red. Cherry syrup on the nose, lifted by floral and minty nuances. Silky on entry, then fruity and nicely ripe in the middle; initially seemed a bit chunky but showed more refined red fruit flavors as it opened in the glass. Finishes with easygoing, supple, lightly dusty tannins and attractive floral persistence.  (8/2010)

Wine Spectator

 Milk chocolate and berry aromas, with hints of flowers lead to a medium body, offering fine tannins and a fresh finish...Best after 2012. (Web-2010)

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