1986 Le Bon-Pasteur, Pomerol

SKU #951269 92 points Wine Spectator

 (no tasting note given)  (6/1989)

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Close to full maturity, this effort is more sinewy and austere than most Bon Pasteurs but has a complex nose of cola, herbs, coffee, and sweet kirsch liqueur. The wine is medium-bodied, slightly edgy, with some dry tannins noticeable in the finish. I expect this wine is not going to get any better, although it certainly has the structure to last for at least another decade. (RP-Bordeaux Book)  (1/2003)

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