2015 Chantegrive

Chantegrive

90Average Score
Red
12x75cl
-
0 Immediate | 279 Marketplace
£115.00
Bts
-
0 Immediate | 18 Marketplace
£13.00
Scores & Notes
Average Score
90
Critic Notes

Very fine tannins and pretty fruit for this wine with medium to full body and a fresh finish. 50% merlot and 50% cabernet sauvignon. Mar 2016, JamesSuckling.com

Score: 91-92/100James Suckling

The 2015 Chantegrive is intense, bold and powerful. Iron, blood, gravel and a host of feral notes make a strong impression in this virile, deep Graves red. The 2015 is a bit rough around the edges, yet it offers good depth and solid overall balance. This is an especially concentrated, extracted style, but it works. Tasted two times. Apr 2016, www.Vinous.com

Score: 87-89/100Antonio Galloni
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Product details
Country
France
Region
Bordeaux
Sub-region
Graves
Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
13%
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
Country
France
Region
Bordeaux
Sub-region
Graves
Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
13%
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
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