2010 Gressier Grand-Poujeaux, Moulis

SKU #1154484 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 A spectacular wine made by the owners of nearby and better-known Chateau Chasse-Spleen, this is a seriously endowed, dense, full-bodied wine made from an equal part blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Oodles of black fruits, licorice, truffle and new saddle leather are present as well as some toasty oak. Full-bodied, deep, pure and exceptionally long in the mouth, this is a major overachiever that should drink nicely for 10-15+ years. (RP)  (2/2013)

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 This vineyard, on a gravel rise over clay and limestone, is the original part of the 18th-century Gressier estate, from which Chasse-Spleen split off in 1840. This stony croupe produced a clean, refreshing 50-50 blend of cabernet sauvignon and merlot in 2010. With the cool finesse of the vintage in its sweet fruit and velvet tannins, it’s a gentle Bordeaux to enjoy with lamb chops.  (10/2013)

Wine Spectator

 Focused, with a sinewy feel to the core of plum skin and steeped currant fruit, liberally laced with tobacco and singed cedar notes. Drink now through 2016. (Web-2013)

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Staff Image By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/29/2015 | Send Email
I read tasting notes that include the word "cassis" all the time, but I rarely taste it myself. This wine both smells and tastes like pure cassis, with accents of plum and subtle earth. It's far more structured than the 2009, completely drinkable now, but I would probably hold for the future. Drink the 2009 now, hold the 2010 for later.

Staff Image By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/25/2015 | Send Email
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Big score and it sold out quickly last time. Tons of sweet flavors on the palate. Decant one hour.
Drink from 2015 to 2025

Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/21/2014 | Send Email
Dark garnet color. Nice aromatic nose full of blackberries, cocoa and cassis. The palate follows the nose with sweet dark fruit, coffee, and a touch of pepper. Medium tannins and a very soft finish. Accessible now, but it will age beautifully. I did not decant it, and it was delicious from the get go.

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