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Grand Mayne 2010
+£179.10     (+60.1%) Latest price:  £477.10
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Average Score 89.92

Grand Mayne Deep dark ruby colored, this rich, ripe, round textured wine offers a big, fresh, juicy mouthful of licorice, fleshy berries, spice and chocolate. This wine ends with a long ripe, plum. blackberry and fennel finish which offers real character. This is the best wine I?ve tasted from Grand Mayne.
A blend of 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, the first time in six years that Cabernet Sauvignon has been included in the Grand Vin. I have been worried that Grand Mayne was getting a little too “showy” on the nose in recent vintages, but this 2010 is pleasantly refined and focused with dark berried fruit, a touch of gingerbread and spice box. The palate is full-bodied and dense with grippy tannins, blackberry, boysenberry and a touch of cedar, quite masculine and assertive towards the finish. This will merit several years in bottle but good potential. Tasted April 2011. Neal Martin
Solid, full-bodied with concentrated, layered fruit and firm, ripe tannins. Serious and consistent. James Lawther,
I had this wine four different times, rating it between 88 and 92, so some bottle variation (or was it my palate?) seems at play. The wine is certainly deep and medium to full-bodied, but I don’t think it equals their brilliant effort in 1998 or even some of their more recent vintages. Nevertheless, there is a lot here to like, especially in the bottles that showed so well. Plenty of floral-infused blueberry fruit intermixed with some incense, lead pencil shavings and spice are present in this richly fruity, full, fleshy wine, which should drink well for up to 12-15 years. Feb 2013,
Dark and crimson. Black cherry aromas – which are quite rare in this less than overripe vintage! Sinewy and oddly low in acid. Not very complete with a bit of hole in the middle and astringent on the finish. Overly sweet. Fine for people who just seek ripeness..?
Two separate samples of this wine at two differnet locations exhibit cooked, over ripe prune characters. Fruit is tired lacks freshness and the palate is broad and unfocused. Very disappointing given how well they did last year.

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