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Robert Parker rates the Bordeaux 2010

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

[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 ►Pauillac

“Bordeaux 2010: Pauillac the Perfect?” 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 2010 bought to mind behemoths such as 1982 or 1961. The Château Latour 2010 ... Read More »

Waiting for Parker’s notes 2/2

James Suckling rated the 2010 Bordeaux : 99-98-97 Château Latour 98-99 – Pauillac The quality of the tannins and density of fruit is truly beautiful. This is so focused, with purity and beauty. The 1990 Latour came into my head when I tasted this (twice). It starts off slowly and then builds and builds and builds . So intellectual. A ... Read More »

Waiting for Parker’s notes 1/2

James Suckling rated the 2010 Bordeaux : 100-99 Château Margaux 100 – Margaux A phenomenal nose of roses, violets, and other flowers. Subtle yet rich raspberries and currants. It is 90% Cabernet Sauvignon. This is a curious wine, almost ethereal. It is all in the front of the palate with ultra-fine tannins. It is full and very, very rich but ... Read More »

The Success of Chapoutier : his wines

While Hermitage has historically been a wine blended from different vineyards and plots scattered throughout the appellation (Ermitage), Michel Chapoutier took the initiative to try a Burgundian approach by making wine from individual small parcel, which he calls “selections parcellaires“. Although plural in their expressions, these single parcel wines like La Maison dont le Pavillon (Hermitage red), Chante-Alouette (Hermitage white), ... Read More »

Bordeaux Châteaux price releases En Primeur 2011

More Bordeaux 2011 prices have been release! Do not miss out on the opportunity to add your favorite chateau to your cellar! Find these and all our other 2011 En Primeur Wines on our website. Read More »

Bordeaux En Primeur 2011 Exclusive – Interview with Château Lalande-Borie

Millésima presents Lalande-Borie 2011 Futures, and an exclusive interview with Bruno Borie, Owner of Château Lalande-Borie. Here are a few of his tasting notes from the 2011 vintage: For the 2011 vintage of Lalande Borie, you will have a wine that is fruity, perfectly agreeable, seductive and well balanced. There is also a very exciting tannic structure. Even as early ... Read More »

Bordeaux En Primeur 2011 Exclusive – Interview with Château Talbot

Millesima goes behind the scenes with Jean-Pierre Marty, General Manager of Chateau Talbot, Fourth Growth from Saint Julien to find out more about his 2011 vintage. For us the aspect most remarkable about this vintage is the merlot grapes from the older vines…which give softness to the blending of Talbot 2011. Robert Parker recently gave Chateau Talbot 2011 a rating ... Read More »

Bordeaux En Primeur 2011 Exclusive – Interview with Château Léoville Poyferré

Millesima announces the release of the 2011 prices for Chateau Leoville Poyferre. In this episode of the 2011 Exclusives, Millesima interviews Didier Cuvelier, Co-Owner & Manager of Château Léoville Poyferré (AC Saint Julien). From the beginning, we have a wine with absolutely phenomenal tannic notes, even better than 2009 and 2010… Above all, this is a wine with good aging ... Read More »