WE 91 Pts - According to Wine Spectator - Rather toasted, with a hefty coating of ganache and espresso notes over the dark plum and raspberry fruit, resulting in a slightly hefty, chewy finish. Delivers more oomph than purity. Best from 2015 through 2018.
According to Robert Parker - A straightforward, clipped, narrowly constructed wine, the 2011 Beauregard reveals hints of mocha, loamy soil, herbs, black cherries and currants. It will require consumption in its first 8-9 years of life.
According to Wine Enthusiast - Barrel sample. Aromas of new wood mark this wine. On the palate, the tannins are gentle, with flavors of ripe black plum, nutmeg and milk chocolate.
According to James Suckling - A baby red with soft and velvety tannins with berry and milk chocolate character. Medium body. Juicy. Even salty.
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