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2010 Château Le Tertre-Roteboeuf (750ml) [Printable View]
Producer: Château Le Tertre-Roteboeuf   details
Appellation: Saint Émilion Grand Cru - Libournais - France (AOC)
Type: red
Varietal: Merlot - Cabernet Franc
Maturity: Drink
Rating: n/a
Est. Price: n/a
 
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rated (2005 vintage, 750ml bottle) : August 9, 2006 , Decanter decanter.com
4 stars "Marvellous wine even if not completely finished: complexnose of ultra-ripe grapes, velvety texture, fabulous length,but above all tremendous individuality. A wine made by agreat artist for imaginative drinkers. Drink from 2013. (18points)" Best 2013-
rated (1995 vintage, 1.5l bottle) : June 8, 2010 , David Fredston
95 points
rated (1990 vintage, 750ml bottle) : April 26, 2008 , Robert Parker erobertparker.com
98 points "- Feb 97 - Two spectacular wines from these vintages, proprietor Francois Mitjavile's 1989 and 1990 are both exotic, opulent, unctuously-textured wines from this splendidly-situated vineyard that in English means, "the hill of the belching beef." Over the last year, the 1990 has exploded in the bottle. Both wines exhibit an opaque garnet/purple color, as well as amazing ripeness and intensity. The 1990 has been so stunning the last several times I tasted it, that it is inching its way up the scoring ladder. In fact, I am close to running out of points. The sweet nose of coffee, jammy berry fruit, smoke, caramel, and spice soars from a glass of this marvelously concentrated, viscous, layered, smooth wine. Whatever tannin this show-stopping, flashy wine possesses (I am sure if analyzed the level is respectable) is buried beneath the jammy fruit and glycerin. The 1990 is so dazzling that I would be a fool to suggest owners refrain from consuming it. By the way, in the blind tasting, I was convinced that the 1990 Le Tertre-Roteboeuf was the 1990 Le Pin - so much for experience." Best 1997-2012
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