2015 Coufran, Haut-Médoc (Pre-Arrival)

SKU #1342370 90-91 points James Suckling

 A silky and pretty red with chocolate, coffee bean and dark fruit. Full body. Flavorful finish.  (4/2016)

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Staff Image By: Shaun Green | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/28/2018 | Send Email
It's no surprise that Coufran once again offers an amazing value in 2015 - we've been enjoying this wonderful Haut Medoc for years now, and the 2015 vintage is one of the best. Coufran has an unusual Merlot heavy blend that always offers a lovely amount of very smooth textured dark red fruit above earthy and minerally notes. I predict the 2015 will again age very well, as the rich amount of fruit is balanced nicely by great structure - at this price it will be tempting to drink it up early, but a few years in the cellar will truly reward you.

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