2009 Plince, Pomerol

SKU #1108250 89-92 points Wine Spectator

 Aromas of boysenberry syrup with hint of licorice follow through to a full body, with a dense palate and slightly chewy tannins. Juicy wine, with a slightly rustic edge. But I like it. (JS, Web Only- 2010)

90 points Wine Enthusiast

 The potential for a juicy, fruity wine lurks here beneath the youthful, extracted tannins. The wine certainly has density, with its rich structure coming through strongly. However, it needs aging over at least 10 years. (RV)  (2/2013)

Jancis Robinson

 Dark glowing cherry red. Rich, plump and a little oaky at this stage. But quite delicate fruit on the palate. Very polished with some attractive minerality. Refreshing. (JR)  (4/2010)

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 A big, chunky, somewhat corpulent wine with delicious black currant and black cherry fruit intermixed with some damp earth, truffle and forest floor, this 2009 is round, medium to full-bodied, dark plum/purple, and best drunk over the next 10-12 years. (RP)  (2/2012)

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Staff Image By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/16/2013 | Send Email
Tasted on August 21, 2012. Blackberry fruit and toasty oak dominate this lovely wine--so sweet and sexy. A very well-balanced wine that shows great now but will age effortlessly for 15 years. SO GOOD.

Staff Image By: Steve Bearden | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/27/2012 | Send Email
This is surprisingly meaty and dense with a rather fat, chewey texture to the toasty mocha and berry flavors. The ripe and deep middle ends in a somewhat gripping finish of iron and sweet fruit. Decant tonight or cellar 10 to 15 years.

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