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Parker’s 2010 Pessac-Léognan Favourites

Parker’s 2010 Pessac-Léognan Favourites Wine Critic Robert Parker was effusive in his praise for Pessac-Léognan’s 2010 vintage.  He awarded two chateaux of the appelation his coveted perfect 100 score: Chateau Haut Brion and Chateau Pape-Clement.   The 2010 vintage in Pessac-Léognan reached perfect ripness in all red grape varieties resulting in a stunning concentration of flavors and aromas. Haut-Brion Red Re-release score : ... Read More »

Parker’s 2010 Pomerol Favourites

Pomerol 2010 – Parker’s Favourites The 2010 Pomerol vintage was outstanding. Parker particularly impressed by three estates: Chateau Le Gay, Chateau Vieux Chateau Certan and Chateau Gazin—giving each of them higher scores than he originally awarded in 2011. Chateau Le Gay 2010 . A blend of 86% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc and 6%, 2010 Vieux Chateau Certan is marked by ... Read More »

Right Bank 2010 Parker Favourites

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Right Bank 2010 Parker Favourites The Right Bank in 2010 produced unique wines of a stunning quality that captured the heart of the famous critic Robert Parker.   In 2010, Pomerol and Saint Emilion chateaux produced deliciously concentrated wines due to the dry conditions and cool nights. These Righ Bank wines are wonderfully floral and possess velvety and structured tannins. ... Read More »

Robert Parker rates the Bordeaux 2010

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The world of wine is waiting for them… Discover them with Millésima! If Robert Parker sold his referent magazine “The Wine Advocate”, he remains the undisputed Master of the discipline. His marks are worldwidely considered, always call the shots and are true references for all professionals and amateurs. Neal Martin, Wine Spectator and James Suckling already gave marks in February ... Read More »

Bordeaux 2010: James Suckling and Wine Spectator release before Robert Parker

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[ENGLISH CONTENT] Neal Martin, wine writer for Robert Paker, in the Wine Journal, has rated some of the Bordeaux 2010 Grands Crus, tasted  in November 2012 or at the Chateaux at the beginning of this year, for the following appellations : Saint-Julien Saint-Estèphe Pessac-Léognan Saint-Emilion Pomerol Pauillac James Suckling was in Bordeaux in January 2013 to taste and rate the ... Read More »

Robert Parker’s website • Bordeaux 2010 ►Pomerol

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“Bordeaux 2010: Pomerol the Prodigious?” “The Pomerolais have enjoyed a triumvirate of vintages commencing with the classically trained 2008s followed by the voluptuous 2009s and now the 2010s that stylistically berth somewhere between the two. What can be said is that the 2010. The wines are tauter and not as flamboyant as 2009, rather they are intellectual, “bookish” and more ... Read More »

Robert Parker’s website • Bordeaux 2010 ►Saint-Emilion

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“Bordeaux 2010: Saint Emilion the Exquisite?” Neal Martin, wine writer for Robert Paker,  tasted some Bordeaux 2010 Grands Crus  in November 2012 and for most of the following one, in february at the Chateau. Lets discover some of his favorite wines for 2010 (reds) below : “The Saint Emilion wines have generally fared extremely well in 2010. They are certainly ... Read More »

Robert Parker’s website • Bordeaux 2010 ► Saint-Estèphe

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 “Saint Estèphe the Excellent?” Neal Martin, wine writer for Robert Paker,  tasted some Bordeaux 2010 Grands Crus  in November 2012. Lets discover some of his favorite wines for 2010 (reds) below : “In 2009, Saint Estèphe was renowned for the Cos d’Estournel 2009 – a barnstorming wine that was predestined to divide commentators down the line. In 2010, the appellation ... Read More »

Robert Parker’s website • Bordeaux 2010 ►Pessac-Léognan

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“Pessac-Léognan, the pristine ?” Neal Martin, wine writer for Robert Paker,  tasted some Bordeaux 2010 Grands Crus  in November 2012. Lets discover some of his favorite wines for 2010 (whites and reds) below : “Moving to the suburbs of Bordeaux city and its surrounding environs, let us shimmy across to Pessac-Léognan. If truth were told, I found the wines a ... Read More »

Bordeaux 2010: Chateau Gruaud-Larose

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 The wine of kings, the king of wines In 1997 Chateau Gruaud-Larose, an 1855 classifed growth with a long history, was repurchased by the Merlaut family. Bearer of a long viticulutural tradition dating to the 18th century, Gruaud- Larose is a Saint-Julien whose particularity is that its 82 hectares of vines are in a single, undivided vineyard. With soils that consist of quaternary gravel on a substratum of ... Read More »

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