1995 Les Ormes de Pez, St-Estèphe

SKU #110369 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 ...Attractive soft, round, medium to dark ruby-colored claret with herb, black cherry, and currant fruit notes. Lush, with some elegance, medium body, soft tannin, and an easy-going finish... (RP)  (2/1998)

K&L Notes

Nice to see this familiar label taste so great. Nothing fancy, just straightforward delicious wine—ripe and fleshy cherry fruit and soft tannins. Don't underestimate this St-Estèphe made by Jean-Michel Cazes (of Lynch Bages and Pichon-Baron). (Nick Carpenter, K&L Wine Merchants)

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Staff Image By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/11/2015 | Send Email
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Under $40--just buy it and enjoy. A no-brainer.
Drink from 2015 to 2016

Staff Image By: Steve Bearden | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/4/2012 | Send Email
Here is an amazing value in aged Bordeaux from a reliable producer and a great vintage. This has a deep roasted personality and firm structure along with lots of ripe fruit, cedar and mineral. Earthy black raspberries, ripe figs, roasted herb, damp clay and more are present throughout the ample middle and on the long finish. Drink now or over the next decade.

Staff Image By: Steve Greer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/1/2012 | Send Email
Right out of the bottle the wine is aromatic, showing red fruit and an earthy herbacousness. The currant still shows sursprisingly vibrant and integrated on the palate. Lovely.

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Cabernet Sauvignon and Blends

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Saint Estephe

- The northern-most of the Medoc communes, St. Estephe is quickly becoming one of the favorite areas for both high quality and great value Bordeaux reds. While it has fewer classified growths than the other communes, it also boasts some of the hottest up and coming chateaux of the last several. The most famous chateaux are the second growths Montrose and Cos d'Estournel with Calon Segur (3rd growth), Lafon Rochet (4th growth), and Cos Labory (5th growth) rounding out the cru classe wines. Cabernet Sauvignon dominates the area, but plantings of Merlot are on the rise resulting in rounder, fatter, flashier wines than in years past.