“Château Sociando-Mallet makes concentrated, deliciously balanced wines that equal many classified growths in quality. It has an excellent reputation among French wine lovers, who appreciate its undeniable finesse. Flavors are full-bodied and complex, with pronounced cassis and raspberry fruit; in...”read
TASTING NOTES Château Belgrave 1998: - View: dark, throwing black. - Nose: aromas of berries and cherries. - Mouth: the same aromas on the nose, medium body. APPELLATION: Haut-Médoc. BODEGA: Belgrave GRAPES: cabernet sauvignon, merlot, petit Verdot....
TASTING NOTES 1998 Château Malescasse 375ml: - View: ruby sustained. - Nose: a well-balanced between fruit and wood bouquet. - Mouth: broad and of good length, round and generous. APPELLATION: Haut-Médoc. WINERY: Château Malescasse GRAPES: 55% Cabernet...
TASTING NOTES: - View: Château Camensac 1998 shows an almost black color with purple edges - Nose: aromas of plum, leaves, berries, currants and spices - Mouth: is medium bodied with well developed tannins and a silky texture and acariante PAIRING: Grilled...
Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
TASTING NOTES: - View: Château La Lagune 1998 is a deep purplish red color with some age marks on the edge - Nose: Lovely aromas of snuff, cherry, plum and fresh mushrooms. - Mouth: Soft and medium-bodied texture with an aftertaste of meat, berries and...
“Red 1998 are balanced, powerful and generous.
The vineyard of Fontesteau castle covers an area of thirty hectares planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot majority and cabernet franc. Haut Medoc wines are characterized by their generosity, but without excessive power. A real finesse in the...”read
Chateau Cantemerle (Haut-Médoc) 1998 (Merlot 31% Cabernet Sauvignon 61% Cabernet Franc 8%) A smoky, very mineral character on the nose here. The palate follows on, showing a supple, mineral and smoke, rather forward style. This is quite full on the palate,...
“Ripe cherry colour, medium opacity. Coffee aromas. A little rough, it may need more time in bottle.
This Château Peyrabon wine goes well with food.
It's always good to share wine, but this is especial.”read
“This red wine is cherry with brown edges. Nice smell of wood (cedar). I liked the Château d'Arcins Haut Medoc, although it tasted a bit rough.
I would suggest that you serve it with a good potatoes stew.
In a tasting course we had the pleasure to try.”read
“Red intense cherry colour and very high layer. Aromas of toffee. I liked the Château du Cartillon Haut Medoc, although it tasted a bit rough.
I enjoyed it with a beef dish.
A client gave it to me.”read