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FINE WINE - Phone 0800 323 4088 Max 2 Cases
£990.00 per case
Equivalent to £165.00 per bottle
990 Clubcard Points
Chateau La Conseillante always offers a more refined, elegant style of Pomerol than many and the 2009 is no exception; The wine has fantastic purity of fruit flavours with a fine, tight-structured palate on the finish - Enjoy over the next 20 years.
James Griswood - Wine Buyer.
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ORIGIN - Wine of France; BOTTLED BY - Chateau La Conseillante, France; SIZE - 75cl e; ALLERGENS - Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites, Milk and Egg; STORAGE - Store horizontally, keep out of direct light and strong temperature fluctuations: This wine will evolve in bottle for the next 15+ years; VINTAGE - 2009; ALCOHOL - 14 percent volume, 10.5 units per bottle;
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16.5/20 Jancis Robinson
96 Points Robert Parker - The Wine Advocate 20/02/2012
The competition between the 2009, 2005 and 2000 La Conseillante will be interesting to follow over the next twenty years - There was more of a selection process at this estate in 2009 than there was in 2000, resulting in a beautiful Pomerol offering notes of mulberries, sweet cherries, spring flowers, raspberries and truffles - The color is a healthy deep plum/ruby/purple and the wine is medium to full-bodied with silky tannins, a broad, layered mouthfeel and wonderful freshness as well as length - This gorgeous, complex, Burgundian-styled Pomerol will be drinkable in 4-6 years and should keep for 30-40 (The 1970 is still alive and that was not nearly as well made as the 2009).
D. Bertrand Nicolas and Jean-Valmy Nicolas
Situated on the right bank of the Gironde, just north-west of St. Emilion, Pomerol is the smallest of the Bordeaux regions. Unlike other appellations, it has no formal system of classification. Nonetheless, the wines command some of the highest of all prices – Indeed, Pomerol is home to the famous Chateau Petrus, one of the most expensive wines in the world. Merlot is the dominant grape here which, together with the vein of iron rich clay running through the soil, helps to give the wines a uniquely rich and smooth character. Although they often more approachable at an early age, they are equally capable of great longevity