2006 Chateau Gruaud-Larose Grand Cru Classe Saint-Julien
89 Ratings
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89 Ratings
2006 Chateau Gruaud-Larose Grand Cru Classe Saint-Julien

Winemaker's Notes

Moderately saturated red-ruby. Currant and plum aromas along with strong cedary oak. Juicy, minerally and sweet, with very good energy to the subtly intense fruit and nutty oak flavors. Finishes with ...

Cassis and red currant aromas give way to some dusty cedar and notes of Indianspice; classic Gruaud Larose! There is an upfront sweetness to the palate witha deep core of black fruit that is guided and honed by fine drying tannins. Theacidity is in perfect balance, suggesting this will age superbly. (Adam Bilbey - Fine Wine Sales Executive -Oct-08 )

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Moderately saturated red-ruby. Currant and plum aromas along with strong cedary oak. Juicy, minerally and sweet, with very good energy to the subtly intense fruit and nutty oak flavors. Finishes with ...

Cassis and red currant aromas give way to some dusty cedar and notes of Indianspice; classic Gruaud Larose! There is an upfront sweetness to the palate witha deep core of black fruit that is guided and honed by fine drying tannins. Theacidity is in perfect balance, suggesting this will age superbly. (Adam Bilbey - Fine Wine Sales Executive -Oct-08 )

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    気難しい、本当の美味しさを感じる為には更なる熟成が必要と結論。当分他のビンテージは開けない。Sep 28th, 2013

    over 1 year
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    A little ripe and really good. Tried afyer show in stuttsgart

    about 1 year
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    light but enough for steak

    over 3 years
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    Delicious

    12 months
Expert Reviews
  • Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines
    60% Cabernet Sauvignon; 30% Merlot; 6% Cabernet Franc; 3% Petit Verdot; 1% Malbec. This curious offering is at once both ripe and slightly herbal in tone with a bias to softness in balance. It never musters more than minimal fruit and comes up a bit dilute on the palate, and we have our doubts about its ability to improve with aging.