2007 Poujeaux, Moulis
*Editors' Choice* That it was possible to soften the somewhat aggressive tannins of 2007 is shown in this smooth, rich wine. It is certainly a wine for early drinking, but it has ripe berry fruit and fresh acidity, with well-judged tannins.
Fragrant dark fruit with a touch of spice and liquorice. Dry and well structured but with enough fruit to fill the framework.
There's spices, smoked almond and fruit on the nose in this full-bodied red, which offers round, velvety tannins and good fruit for the vintage. Needs some time in the bottle. Best after 2011.
Good berry and fresh herb character. Medium body, fine tannins and a lingering finish. This property was just sold to the family that owns Clos Fourtet-great things are coming here. (Clyde Beffa, K&L Bordeaux Buyer)