2015 La Cour d'Argent, Bordeaux (Previously $13)

SKU #1332750 90 points James Suckling

 Impressive depth and rather polished dry tannins for this humble appellation, then quite a bold, long finish. Already very attractive, but no hurry to drink this.  (2/2018)

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2015 de la Cour d'Argent is medium to deep garnet-purple in color with a nose of crushed plums, mulberries and black cherries with a touch of sage. The medium-bodied mouth is firm with grippy tannins and a racy line, finishing on an herbal note. (LPB)  (2/2018)

K&L Notes

This is a Bordeaux Superior that delivers incredible quality for the price point. Winemaker Denis Barraud chooses to ferment this 100% Merlot wine in stainless steel before aging it in older oak.

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- A very popular red grape variety found in the great wines of St. Emilion and Pomerol. It is the most planted variety in Bordeaux, and it has also become an extremely fashionable red in many regions including California. Although it has a reputation to be smooth, and easy to drink when young, Merlot is also capable of producing extremely intense wines as well. It is often used as a blending agent with Cabernet Sauvignon.


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