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Château Le Carré

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2018 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion Grand Cru) 94

Spiced black cherries and espresso form the core of the wine. From there, the wine offers polished, elegant tannins and a creamy, dark cherry and vanilla-tinged finish. The wine is a bend of 85% Merlot with 15% Cabernet Franc. 93-95 Pts

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2017 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion Grand Cru) 91

Deep red cherries, smoke, wood and a touch of wild strawberry create the perfume. Crafted from 80% Merlot with 20% Cabernet Franc, the wine is soft, forward, fresh and fruity.

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2016 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 93

Smoke, wood, truffle, vanilla bean and black raspberry are the initial scents you’ll find. Full bodied, round, silky and offering, dark ripe plums and licorice on the palate, this should reward aging nicely. Made from blending 85% Merlot with 15% Cabernet, the wine reached 14.5% alcohol with a pH of 3.71.

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2015 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 93

With 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc, this wine shows a depth of color, sweet, ripe, fruit and sensuous textures along with length and precision.

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2014 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 91

Smoky black and red fruits, licorice, floral and spicy notes open to a stony, structured, fresh, red plum-filled wine. 90-92 Pts

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2013 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 89

Smoky black cherries, coffee bean and licorice segue into an abundant helping of bright fruit and a saline, cherry finish. From a blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc, the wine reached 13.4% alcohol and pH of 3.64. 88-90 Pts

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2012 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 90

Blending 85% Merlot with 15% Cabernet Franc, the wine reached 13.35% alcohol with a pH 3.35. Deep in color with boysenberry, coffee, licorice, and a sweetness to the dark berries, this wine is fresh and taught with a mineral-driven finish. 89-92 Pts

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2011 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 91

85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc open to black cherry, oak, licorice, caramel and smoke. The round, mineral-driven finish includes black cherry, oak and anise. 91-92 Pts

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2010 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 90

Le Carre 85% Merlot and Cabernet Franc 15% 14.65% alcohol deep color stony black cherry, toast, round textured, black cherry, oak with some dryness in the finish. 89-92 Pts

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2009 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 92

2009 Le Carre has caramel, dark berry, licorice, and coffee aromas. This full bodied wine ends with chocolate covered dark berries, licorice, and plums. 91-93 Pts

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2008 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 91

08 Château La Carre. The château is next to Clos Fourtet, just outside the walls of St. Emilion. The vineyards have several vine plots close to 50 years old. With 88% merlot and 12% cabernet franc, grown in clay and limestone, the wine shows intense minerality along with black fruits, oak, coffee and jam. The wine finishes with long notes of fresh, ripe black cherries. 90-92 Pts

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2005 Château Le Carré  (St. Émilion) 92

Le Carre is tight at the moment. Air and a lot coaxing brought out crushed stone, licorice, black cherry and spice notes. This wine has gone to sleep. Based on previous tasting's, this will improve when it wakes up. I would not open this for at least 5-8 years.

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The name, which means square in French, is anything but square. Black fruit with tropical accents make up the aromatics. This opulent, full bodied wine ends in a blackberry, licorice filled finish. Interestingly, Les Asteries and La Carre (both made by Maltus) are only about 100 yards apart, yet they are very different wines.

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