2010 Siaurac, Lalande de Pomerol

SKU #1295315 91 points James Suckling

 Dark polished fruit with coffee and sweet licorice. Nice sweetness on the palate with full body and an enjoyable licorice note that carries on all the way through the long finish. Soft tannins and good volume. Drinks well already now.  (3/2013)

90 points Wine Spectator

 Deliciously ripe dark plum and boysenberry fruit is carried by fine-grained, sandy tannins and backed by licorice snap and black tea. Direct, pure and tasty. (JM, Web-2013)

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Staff Image By: Jeff Garneau | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/7/2018 | Send Email
One of the highlights of our visit last year was Château Siaurac, one of the largest and oldest properties in Lalande de Pomerol. Sadly, we heard this year that they had been hit hard by the frost in 2017. I am sure there will be many great vintages in their future, and we continue to support them by providing our customers with some of the greatest of their past vintages. The 2010 Siaurac, Lalande de Pomerol $24.99 shares much in common with its more expensive neighbors to the south in Pomerol, including a lush, rich texture and a high proportion of Merlot. The ripe, plummy fruit reflects the strength of this 2010 vintage. Not to be missed.

Staff Image By: Steve Bearden | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/21/2017 | Send Email
A new property for us here at K&L and what a find. This is quite elegant with ripe black cherry, espresso roast, cassis and dark plum in a satin textured middle that ends with a finish of mineral and talc. Here we have a marriage of fruit, structure and finesse. The rich, chocolaty 2016 with its huge fruit held in place by fine, chalky tannins may end up being even better.

Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/10/2017 | Send Email
A great offering from Lalande-de-Pomerol, showing a robust core of ripe fruit but never heavy-handed. Beautiful aromatics of plums, berries, and coffee beans. They follow on the elegant palatealong with very polished tannins now. Very much a wine to enjoy now as it is already delicious and a great bargain for its quality.

Staff Image By: Clyde Beffa Jr. | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/22/2017 | Send Email
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Our first vintage from this property-and what a great wine for the price. 2010 Bordeaux tend to be a bit on the hard side, but this is super polished. Great blackberry aromas and flavor. A touch of toasty oak. Sweet and sexy on the palate. We expect great things from this property in the future. Do not miss this.
Drink from 2017 to 2027

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