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Château La Gurgue

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2022
90
Spices, flowers, and crisp plum aromatics open the wine. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied, bright and chewy, with a crunchy, red berry and peppery spice oriented finish. The wine is aged in 20% new, French oak, concrete eggs and foudres. The wine blends 53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 17% Petit Verdot. Drink from 2025-2037. 89-91 Pts.

Spices, flowers, and crisp plum aromatics open the wine. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied, bright and chewy, with a crunchy, red berry and peppery spice oriented finish. The wine is aged in 20% new, French oak, concrete eggs and foudres. The wine blends 53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 17% Petit Verdot. Drink from 2025-2037. 89-91 Pts.

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2021
87
A bit of spice, flowers and red fruits on the nose. The medium-bodied wine is bright, fresh and crisp, with a cranberry, red currant and orange flavored mid-palate and old-school, classic finish. The wine is worth tasting as here you have an estate that goes their own way, using no oak during the aging process. Drink from 2023-2029. 86-88

A bit of spice, flowers and red fruits on the nose. The medium-bodied wine is bright, fresh and crisp, with a cranberry, red currant and orange flavored mid-palate and old-school, classic finish. The wine is worth tasting as here you have an estate that goes their own way, using no oak during the aging process. Drink from 2023-2029. 86-88

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