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Le Pin 2007
+£11,810.00     (+156.57%) Latest price:  £19,353.00
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Average Score 90.6

This is another wine with a very Burgundian nose (although Le Pin often adopts a Burgundian persona.) Red cherries, wild strawberries, more earthiness than in previous vintages, perhaps more introspective compared to how the 2006 was showing this time last year. Medium-bodied, a little rough round the edges but that lends the wine a sharpness and in a sense, more of a rustic personality. Bilberry and boysenberry towards the finish, very linear but there is an unerring sense of precision to this year’s Le Pin, though it does not have the length of the previous two vintages. Silky finish. Very promising. Tasted April 2008. Neal Martin,
Dark crimson with a pale rim. Rich and even a little bit of leather and liquorice. Very different from most years! More obvious richness than the Moueix wines just tasted but much lighter and leaner than most years. Sweet start, a hint of bloodiness, quite fresh but even Le Pin has a dry, rather sudden finish in 2007. The leanest Le Pin I have ever tasted. The Thienponts thought it wasn’t tasting as well as it had done the day before. Alain Vauthier showed another sample of it at Ch Ausone a couple of days later that looked much more powerful, velvety and rich. 17++ points, Jancis Robinson,
Shows sweet herb, dark berry and light smoke on the nose. Full-bodied, offering chewy tannins and plenty of new wood and fruit. Tight and reserved, with plenty to come. Needs some time in the bottle. Best after 2014. James Suckling,Wine Spectator2010
Deep colour and abundant fruit, the palate rich, suave and full. Misses an extra dimension, though, and that trademark floral, Burgundian stamp. Could well improve with é.levage. Drink 2013-2020.
This elegant, fruity, slightly herbal Pomerol reveals a light style as well as mocha-infused, caramelized strawberry and black cherry fruit, medium body, and a soft style. It is best consumed over the next 7-8 years. Robert Parker, Wine Advocate # 188

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