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Wine Tasting Notes
Chateau Cap l'Ousteau has a very intense and bright red garnet color. The nose is complex, persistant and delivers cherry, blackcurrent and mocha aromas. On the palate, the wine is supple with vanilla and red fruit jam notes.
Wine Advocate ReviewRated 89A stronger effort than the 2003, the 2004 Senejac is made in a slightly different style with more noticeable tannin, crisper acidity, plenty of smoky, herb-tinged, black...
Wine Tasting NotesThe wine from Chateau Lestage Simon has a deep red color and a bouquet of red fruit combined with delicate woody undertones with dark colors and deep glints of garnet. The...
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