The red wines, aged up to 18 months in barrel (50% new oak) are fruity and well-balanced. They acquire the typical elegance of the Pessac-Léognan appellation after a few years in bottle.
A gorgeous perfume of kirsch, licorice, spice box and cedar is already evolved, complex and alluring. Medium-bodied with excellent fruit intensity, supple tannins and a round, generous, medium to full-bodied finish, this sleeper of the vintage is a complex, Graves-styled effort meant to be consumed over the next 8-10 years.
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