Saint Hilaire Medoc 2004

Bordeaux Red Blends from Medoc, Bordeaux, France

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Item No. 101655
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Winemaker's Notes

This wine has a beautiful fruit. You can taste aromas of cherry and vanilla. It offers full body and structure, with perfectly ripe tannins, both solid and smooth.

A beautiful dense "robe", a dominant nose with hints of ripe fruits which give this wine a lot of character. The first impression is roundness, fullness and generosity. Its texture reveals itself with finesse and savoury purity with a very long finish. This wine has kept its freshness, already easy to taste; it has a terrific potential to age, a great future.

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belagra - West Palm Beach, FL (read all my reviews)

Rating:
(9/29/2010)
enjoyable, round tasteful wine.
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Rating:
(9/15/2010)
This is a fairly light wine. It tasted very smooth to me, almost a mellow nuttiness or buttery taste (I don't know the best way to describe it). It's a good wine, and tastes good. It was perhaps a bit too subtle with no trait really standing out. Also, I did not have the long finish as described in the tasting notes. I would drink it again, particularly with a meal because it was not a very good stand-alone wine to me.
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