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Barde Haut 2010
+£48.00     (+20.25%) Latest price:  £285.00
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Average Score 90.56

Loads of blueberry, black cherry and dusty, loamy soil notes as well as hints of herbs, licorice and incense jump from the glass of this well-endowed, supple wine. Tannins are sweet and the acidity sufficient to give delineation to the wine. Full-bodied and impressively endowed, it should drink well over the next 10-15 years. Feb 2013,
A blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. The Barde-Haut 2010 has a ripe nose of mulberry, blackberry and cassis with a touch of crushed violet. The palate is medium-bodied with a lot of very ripe Merlot, fleshy sweet fruit that is lacking just a little freshness and tension towards the finish. This was a very late malolactic that means the sulphur is denuding brightness a little at this stage, hence my plus sign. God knows how it tasted like to those critics who sampled it in early March. Tasted April 2011. Neal Martin
Barde Haut - From a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc, scents of licorice, chocolate covered black cherry and espresso pop from the glass. Luxurious and mouth filling, with a minor touch of heat in the otherwise long, lush, licorice and ripe, black plummy finish.
Dark and dense, showing lots of fig, anise and blackberry aromas and flavors, with plenty of graphite driving through on the finish. This has serious density and range. James Molseworth,
Dense, ripe layered fruit. Rich, full, sweet extract but balanced by freshness. Firm, ripe tannins. Long, persistent finish. Drink 2017-2027. James Lawther,
This is a gentle style given the potential and nature of this enormously concentrated vintage. The colour and tannin levels are high but there is a softness and delicacy in the flavours. Wonderful lifted, elegant fruit. There is plenty of substance to allow this wine to age for at least a decade or more.
Plenty of blueberry and blackberry aromas follow through to a fine tannin structure and a fruity finish. I enjoy the wet earth undertones. Second Barde Haut.
Blackish purple. Very rich start on the palate then tarry – like licking a road! Bitter finish. Over extracted? Shame because I love their new carbon-neutral winery!

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