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Chateau Les Ormes-de-Pez 2011 Saint-Estephe

The mouth is fleshy with good body, while the tannins prove supple and ripe. The full-flavoured finish is marked by an aftertaste of spicy notes.

"This is a rich, full-bodied and complex wine. It shows dense tannins and equally dense fruits that are powered by the ripe black currant fruit flavors. There is a fresher component at the end, attractive and bright. Drink from 2017." 91 points, Wine Enthusiast

"The wine shows very pretty fruit with spices and milk chocolate. Full body, with velvety tannins and an attractive finish." 91 points, James Suckling

"Focused and pure, with a tight beam of red currant, lilac, singed balsa wood and iron that stays tightly coiled through the finish. Not big, but defined and persistent. Best from 2015 through 2021." 90 points, Wine Spectator

Chateau Les Ormes-de-Pez 2011 Saint-Estephe 

Origin
France, Bordeaux, Left Bank, Médoc, Saint-Estèphe.
Grape 1:
Merlot (49%)
Grape 2:
Cabernet Sauvignon (44%)
Grape 3:
Cabernet Franc (6%)
Grape 4:
Petit Verdot (1%)
Vintage
2011
Volume
750ml
ABV %
13.5%
Sweetness
Dry
Off Dry
Medium
Sweet
Sweet
Food Pairing
Beef and Venison

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