1982 Gazin, Pomerol

SKU #951013 91 points Wine Spectator

 A concentrated, delicious wine. Ruby-colored, with an amber hue. Plenty of chocolate, ripe fruit and seashells on the nose. Full-bodied and very ripe, with velvety tannins and lots of chocolate, berry and tobacco flavors. Long finish.  (11/1998)

Jancis Robinson

 Very, very deep crimson. Low-key nose. Thick. Stern. Dry. Mass rather than charm, but a stout effort and a slow developer. Drink 2005-2015.  (9/2005)

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