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Clos des Jacobins Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classe Bordeaux 2010 750ML

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Retail: $80.99
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    Points to Purchase:1300
    Points Earned:65
    Bonus Points Earned:0

    This Wine Is Rated:

    • RP 90 Points
    • WS 92 Points
    • AG 87-90 Points


    AOC: Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    Classification: Grand Cru Classé

    % vol: 15.5

    Harvest: from October 5th to 19th

    Vatting: 32 days

    Vinifications: Cold prefermentation maceration Maturing on lees

    Yield: 35hl/ha

    Ageing: barrels (90% new) for 18 months

    Bottling: May 10th, 2012

    Blending: 80% Merlot - 18% Cabernet Franc - 2% Cabernet Sauvignon

    Production: 40 000 bottles

    • ** Only 1 in Stock **

    Fleshy, with lots of intense blackberry, plum and boysenberry notes blended together and wound with licorice strips and singed alder wood. Solid grip through the finish has a slightly chewy feel now, but should soften soon enough. Best from 2015 through 2025. 3,333 cases made. –JM - Wine Spectator Magazine 92 Points

    This wine has turned out well and is one of the strongest efforts from this estate in many a year. Three-fourths Merlot and the rest mostly Cabernet Franc, the wine offers up oodles of sweet black raspberry, camphor and black currant along with some forest floor and roasted herbs. Super-fruity, opaque ruby/purple, medium to full-bodied, hedonistic and lush, it should drink nicely for at least 10-12+ years. - Robert Parker 90 Points

    Bright, medium-deep ruby. Musky aromas of plum, blackcurrant and tobacco leaf. Juicy, sappy and rather stylish, combining peppery herb nuances with sweet chocolatey black fruit. Neither hugely concentrated nor particularly complex, but silky and insidious long, finishing with suave tannins. Hubert de Bo u ard consults here. - Ian D'Agata - Vinous 87-90 Points