2009 Pedesclaux


89Average Score
flagBordeaux / France

One of the perennial whipping boys in The Wine Advocate, and usually one of the most disappointing of the classified growths, the 2009 is the first Pedesclaux in over thirty years that I can recommend. Although it’s not a star of the vintage, it is moving in the right direction. A blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest primarily Merlot and a dollop of Cabernet Franc, it exhibits a dark ruby/purple color, a sweet nose of black currants, spice box, licorice, and herbs, medium body, and a lush texture. It should drink well young and last for 15 or more years. (Tasted once.)

Robert Parker    Score: 85-87/100

6L-0 Immediate | 1 Marketplace£351.00
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