2000 Petit Village, Pomerol 12-pack in OWC

SKU #1348106 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Smoky, earthy notes intermixed with espresso roast, chocolate, plums, and black currants jump from the glass of this dark plum/ruby colored wine. Chewy and fleshy, with sweet fruit, ripe tannin, medium to full body, and a sexy mouthfeel, it should be enjoyed between 2005-2016. (RP)  (4/2003)

90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Good medium red-ruby. Aromas of blackberry, minerals, coffee and spices; at once cool and liqueur-like. Lush, chewy, sweet and deep, with vibrant flavors of black cherry and chocolate. Finishes with firm tannins and very good length and grip. Showing very well. (ST)  (5/2003)

90 points Wine Spectator

 Gorgeous aromas of flowers and crushed berries, with hints of licorice. Full-bodied, silky and beautiful, with long, caressing tannins and a bright, fruity finish. Very refined. Better than from barrel. A new estate from Pomerol on the rise. (JS)  (3/2003)

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