(From 2009 Vintage) An equal part blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, the wine is very seductive, with loads of black fruits, an almost caramelized note, low acidity and voluptuous texture.
drinking surprisingly well. typical pauillac nose of Forrest floor, leather, cedar, black & red fruits. dare I say trouffles? soft tannins. delicious. drank 5/26/2011. have 1 left. would not mind serving to guests. 12/2015- starting to brick, peaking. Start drinking what's left now. 2/2016 -- 12/2015 one was a bottle that was not holding up well. The next two I've had drank wonderfully, still brooding, dark, no bricking. I may have one more left in the cellar. On to the 2006's . . . .