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La Gaffeliere 2010
+£213.00     (+33.33%) Latest price:  £852.00
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Average Score 91.31

The 2010's final blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc offers up impressive levels of red, blue and black fruits as well as some toasty oak and crushed rock, giving it minerality. Of course, the acidity in this vintage, with its lower pHs than 2009, provide a freshness and precision that is rare for wines so rich. This wine has plenty of tannin, so give it 4-6 years of cellaring and drink it over the following 25-30 years. ||This is a great wine from Comte Leo de Malet Roquefort’s estate, which has been owned by his family since the 1400s. Normally this estate tends to produce a relatively finesse-styled St.-Emilion, and the 2010 still leans in that direction, but it has more fat, muscle and sinew than in most vintages. The choice of Stephane Derenoncourt to manage the vineyard seems to have resulted in much lower yields, and ultimately a wine with much more richness and persistence on the palate. Wine Advocate.February, 2013
La Gaffeliere From an assemblage of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc, with its deep ruby color, licorice, smoke, jammy dark berry and coffee aromas is a treat. Rich, polished, tannic, black and red fruits are found in the finish.
Beautifully elegant wine with the extra depth of fruit similar to '09. Fine, long finish with a cool limestone terroir note. Drink 2018-2040. James Lawther,
Tasty and juicy, with a lovely blackberry and chocolate character. Round and velvety. Shows a lovely richness.
Very dark crimson. Very savoury nose. Thick and sweet and hugely ambitious! Lovely texture that recalls something like a Troplong Mondot. Lots of polish and pzazz. So smooth it could be drunk now without food, though it’s not excessively sweet. Overall dry, long finish with lots of pleasure.
Ripe and rounded, with a velvety feel to the blackberry, blueberry and raspberry fruit. Shows nice range, with a suave finish. James Molesworth,
This has a very high-toned bouquet with strong liquorice and peppermint walking into a confectionary shop. The palate is very tannic with dense toasty black fruit, a touch of hardness on the entry, sweet with hints of coconut on the finish. Pleasurable but lacking a sense of terroir at the moment. Tasted April 2011. Neal Martin
This is a very tannic, dark berry fruit filled wine with toasty oak notes which are obtrusive and jutting out right now. This wine lacks balance and is too heavy in both its tannin and oak components. Need to retaste in 6-12 months.

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