1967 Vieux Château Certan, Pomerol (high-mid shoulder fill, torn label)

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The Vieux Château Certan vineyards are located in the heart of Pomerol, surrounded by numerous other renowned vineyards including Pétrus, La Conseillante, L'Evangile, Petit-Village and Certan de May. From Robert Parker: 'If you asked the Pomerol intelligentsia the estate they most revere, then Vieux-Château-Certan would undoubtedly be a name on many a persons' lips. Although it does not have the recherché of Pétrus, it nonetheless is quintessential Pomerol; pure Pomerol, an 'honest' wine that has weathered both highs and lows, a wine that reflects the vagaries of time and the vicissitudes of the growing season. It is a wine that any lover of Right-Bank Bordeaux has close to his or her heart.'

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