2003 Château Pavie Saint-Emilion
This wine will long be remembered because there was a controversy surrounding its degree of ripeness. The color is deep crimson, bordering on black. The nose reflects the hot summer, with a very concentrated bouquet of blackberry, juicy cherries, jam, and a touch of understated toasty aromas that take a back seat to the ripe fruit. 2003 Pavie is powerful and rich, with a very suave texture with a certain overripe quality that gives the impression of sweetness on the aftertaste. However, it is i...
International Wine CellarRating: 92/100 - As reviewed by International Wine Cellar in Issue 126, May/June 2006 ($90-$110) Good bright deep red. Highly nuanced, fresh aromas of cherry, minerals, tobacco, h...
Wine.comThis 92-acre vineyard, which enjoys an impeccable southern orientation, is composed of limestone on the upper slopes, clay and limestone in the middle, and sand and clay at the base. Proprietor Gerard...
Wine AdvocateRating: (97-100) - As reviewed in Wine Advocate # 158 on Apr-05
Robert ParkerRating: 94-96 - As reviewed by The Wine Advocate
Wine SpectatorRating: 96/100 - As reviewed by Wine Spectator