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Château Les Trois Croix

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2020 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 92

Ripe black and red pit fruits are packaged with crushed rocks, stones, salty tannins, spice and savory herbs. Round and seductive, with a fresh, savory, chewy finish. Give this 2-4 years before pulling a cork and enjoy it for 12-15 years after that. 91-93 Pts

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2019 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 92

Seductive, silky, medium-bodied, finesse driven, fresh and fruity, the red berries are clean, pure and feel just great. The tannins are soft, refined and should produce a wine that will drink well young, and even better with a few years of age. 91-93 Pts

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2018 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 92

The sense of minerality is apparent with the initial sniff before finding flowers, red with black plums and cherries in the nose. Silky, smooth, fresh, elegant and with layers of sweet, soft, ripe fruits, chalk, licorice, pepper and a light touch of oak, the wine exudes energy, crushed rocks and red pit fruit from start to finish. 92 Points

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Lush, round, forward, medium/full bodied, with a dark, juicy plum, licorice, black cherry and earthy character. Fresh, plush and polished, this will be better with a few years of age. 90-92 Pts

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2017 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 90

Medium/full bodied, forward and loaded with ripe, soft, round, fresh and slightly stony red fruits, this is already lovely to taste. 90 Points

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2016 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 91

Deep in color, the wine offers licorice, crushed stone and dark cherries from start to finish. On the palate you also find polished, silky dark, red fruits with more of that crushed rock sensations. This is the best and sadly the penultimate vintage for the owner Patrick Leon, who recently passed away. 91 Points

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2015 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 91

Owned by Patrick Leon, the wine is medium/full bodied, showing a stony edge to the floral and red berry fruit. Give it a few years to soften, flesh out and gain additional complexities. 91 Points

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2014 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 90

Fresh, earthy, soft, round, open, herb and spice-tinged red fruits show easily in this ready-to-drink, medium-bodied, plummy charmer. 90 Points

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2012 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 88

Medium-bodied, bright, fresh, stony red berries come alive with a touch of thyme, underbrush, cherry and dark cocoa in the round, soft, polished, crisp finish. This is drinking about as good as it is going to get. 88 Points

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2010 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 90

At full-maturity, the wine is earthy, smoky, round, lush, soft and still fresh, with its dark red pit fruits, licorice, cocoa and stony, mid-palate finish. I'd opt for drinking this over the next few years before it starts its gentle decline. 90 Points

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2009 Château Les Trois Croix  (Fronsac) 89

Fully mature, or quite close to it, the wine is soft, smooth, easy to drink to drink and like. With its medium body and focus on fresh, ripe black cherries, earth and thyme, this is drinking right now in its sweet spot. 89 Points

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