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The full boded, rich, concentrated wine feels sexy and plush with its cashmere tannins. The long, intense, balanced finish ends with licorice, chocolate and pure, black plum liqueur sensations.
Alexandre Thienpont said, “2010 is close to 1950, while 2009 resembles 1948.” When asked why neither vintage reminded him of 1947, he slyly replied, “The 47 was even more potent!”
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Opulent, rich, supple, and luxurious, this refined black and red fruit wine is very strong. But it seems restrained, like a race horse stopped from bursting into a full speed gallop.
These are outstanding Pomerol wines. But are they at the same level as they produced in 2008?
Aside from amazing high prices, its main problem is, the wine lacks consistency. It doesn’t always perform as one would expect. Yet, when it is on, Le Pin is a decadent Pomerol without peer. 2010 Le Pin is set to be one of the best Le Pin’s ever produced!
The previous Petrus winemaker and father of Olivier Berrouet, Jean Claude Berrouet was also at the tasting. When asked, Jean Claude said he was worried about how well the current vintages of Bordeaux would age.