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Haut Batailley 2010
+£123.67     (+40.02%) Latest price:  £432.67
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Average Score 91.28

An impressive intensity of fruit here, with blueberries and lemon character. Full and very well-integrated, with ultra-fine tannins and a long, long finish. Better than 2000?
Tasted at a vertical tasting at the chateau. The 2010 Haut Batailley is beginning to reach the potential I enthused about when I first tasted this from barrel. Much like the 2009 Haut-Batailley, it has a very expressive bouquet that needs a lot of coaxing from the glass. And like many 2010s it is a broody bugger, stubborn and obdurate but when you get to the palate...this is where the action is! This is where the quality positively shines through with very fine tannin: extremely pure fruit, a judicious touch of spice and a long and tender finish that is seamless. It needs 8-10 years for those aromatics to open but judging by the quality of the palate, it will be worth the wait. Tasted July 2016. Jun 2017,
This is ripe, with a lovely beam of cassis and blackberry well-harnessed by seamless acidity. The rounded, enticing finish has a dash of toasty vanilla that's well-embedded. James Molesworth,
Very good depth of elegant Cabernet fruit and lovely fragrance and lift, a perfectly poised Haut-Batailley. Drink 2015-25. Steven Spurrier,
A study in elegant, ripe,mid-weight claret. Bravo!
The gorgeous 2010 Haut Batailley is a fairly deep ruby colour with intense aromas of violets cassis, blackberries and plums. This is a wine with supple tannins and generous flavours made in an exuberant style that, unlike many other 2010s, will be ready to be enjoy fairly young. Owned by Xavier Borie, with improvements made over the past several years, this is a very balanced and generous 5th growth from Pauillac.
Sexy creme de cassis notes along with a big kiss of cedar wood, spice box and licorice are all present in this dense, ruby/purple-colored wine, which is lush and silky smooth, with opulence and early appeal. It can be drunk now or cellared for 15-20 years.||Owned by Xavier Borie, the proprietor of the better-known Grand Puy Lacoste, this 2010 is a beauty and one of the strongest efforts he’s produced over recent years. Wine Advocate.February, 2013
Haut Batailey From 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc, the Borie family produced a wine that offers spicy cassis aromas, depth of flavor and a finish of ripe black and red fruits.
Very deep purple. High toned with some mineral elements but on the palate a bit raw and lightish. More evolved than many. Gentle and easy - a very much less ambitious wine than its stablemate Grand :Puy Lacoste.

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