2001 Bel Orme Tronquoy de Lalande, Haut Medoc

SKU #1271461 Wine Spectator

 ...Interesting aromas of plum pit and flowers. Medium to full-bodied, with firm tannins and a medium finish...Traditional in style... (JS, Web-2004)

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Staff Image By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/23/2016 | Send Email
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The 2001 is old school Bordeaux much like the label, but it had great texture and plenty of that 2001 fruit without the 2001 tannins. We love these 2001s as they are underrated and hence underpriced for the quality.
Drink from 2016 to 2021

Staff Image By: Steve Bearden | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/30/2016 | Send Email
This extremely earthy wine has oodles of sweet black fruit, wonderful freshness and a balanced, lively personality. Just beginning to show some leather and cedar notes from middle age, this digs into the somewhat barnyard aspect of old school Bordeaux without seeming too rustic. This is drinking wonderfully right now.

Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/19/2016 | Send Email
Without a doubt one of our best values for an aged Bordeaux. Perfect to drink now although it will still hold for many a year. It shows an alluring nose of mint/eucalyptus, floral notes and coffee. The red tart fruit on the palate only adds to the enticing experience. Again, cannot stress enough how good of a value this wine is.

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