2004 Chateau Pichon Lalande Pauillac
International Wine CellarGood red-ruby color. Raspberry, cherry, smoke, earth and pepper on the expressive nose. Supple and voluptuous but firm, with captivating Pauillac soil tones. Not especially sweet but fat and smooth, with a much deeper pitch than the 2005. Finishes with ripe tannins and excellent breadth and length. This is developing very nicely and today seems as strong as the young '05.
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aleem16tried at altaya tasting 2010 (6 years) - still quite tannic, will drink well in a few years - but showing lots of refinement