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|2018||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
Mint, tobacco, cassis, cocoa, currants and blackberries kick off the aromatics. From there it's the concentrated, fresh, lively, round, firm, spicy character on the palate and in the finish that matters. The wine blends 64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 4% Petit Verdot, reaching 13.96% alcohol. Slowly but surely they continue upping their game at Pedesclaux. 92-94 Pts
1662 Views Tasted Apr 19, 2019
|2017||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
The nose pops with black currant, tobacco leaf, licorice, cedar and forestry aromatics. On the palate, the wine displays freshness in the fruits and cream on the tannins. Medium/full bodied with a lot of black and red fruits, which carry through to the endnotes, this has both charm and age ability. The higher percentage of Cabernet adds complexity and character to the wine. Made from blending 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot, the wine reached 13.25% alcohol. The harvest took place September 18 to September 29.
2037 Views Tasted Apr 26, 2018
|2016||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
One of the more obscure Classified Growths deserves a lot more attention because this is a very good wine. Good levels of concentration allow you a rich bite of juicy, dark red fruits in every sniff and sip. The fruit has lift and crunch. The tannins are soft and firm and the finish tastes as good as it feels. There is length, structure, energy, and the ability to age and evolve for at least 2-3 decades.
1948 Views Tasted Apr 8, 2020
Still considered the new kid on the block in Pauillac, this wine was made from blending 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot, 4% Petit Verdot and 3% Cabernet Franc, reaching 13.3% alcohol. Richly colored, the wine shows off its ready, saucy, crunchy cassis, tobacco, cigar box and lead pencil aromas with ease, together with a duvet of tannins, serious concentration, lift and length. As more of the vineyard becomes planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, this will keep getting better and better.
3890 Views Tasted Apr 29, 2017
|2015||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
It's so young, yet you already find some secondary development. Truffle, cigar wrapper, smoke and forest leaf share top billing with the black currants. The tannins are soft, there is a sweetness to the fruit along with a roundness in the mouth. At least 7 years of aging will be about right here.
3682 Views Tasted May 21, 2018
A real Pauillac with character that is on the rise, the wine serves up its cassis, tobacco and earthy, spicy notes effortlessly.
2052 Views Tasted Jul 12, 2017
The new kid on the block in Pauillac has produced a ripe, elegant, sweet, polished charmer with plenty of cassis and dusty tannins in the finish. This is an estate to watch as they have an owner with a spare no expense attitude who has already completed a new cellar and is beginning to replant much of the vineyard, getting the right vines into the correct soil type. 90 – 92 Pts
2730 Views Tasted Apr 18, 2016
|2014||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
Earthy cassis and tobacco nuances are what you initially notice. From there, the freshness, finesse and soft, polished, red fruits on the palate and in the finish are what you'll keep with you. This estate is really on track to start producing very fine wine. If you are a fan of Pauillac, you should keep an eye out for the 2016.
3609 Views Tasted Nov 14, 2017
Tobacco, cedar, licorice and cassis on the nose, this wine has smooth tannins, freshness, and the polished finish of dark plums. The wine was produced from a blend of 53% Cabernet Sauvignon and 47% Merlot. 89-91 Pts
3382 Views Tasted Apr 14, 2015
|2013||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
Medium bodied and meant for early drinking, the wine is fresh, with a red berry, cedar and cherry tobacco character that carries through.
1891 Views Tasted May 25, 2016
From 48% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Petit Verdot and 2% Cabernet Franc, the wine reached 12.96% alcohol. Cassis, earth and cherry aromas are accompanied by a medium-bodied wine with a spicy black cherry and herb profile that should be fun to taste early. 87-89 Pts
2704 Views Tasted Apr 20, 2014
|2012||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc which reached 13.2% alcohol. The wine opens with cassis, stone and lead pencil notes. Medium/full-bodied with fresh, crunchy cassis flavors, the wine shows a bit of dust in the tannins. 89-91 Pts
3747 Views Tasted Apr 23, 2013
|2011||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
Blending 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc, the wine reached 12.83% alcohol. This is the second vintage to feature more Cabernet Sauvignon due to newly purchased vines. Consulted by Emmanuel Cruse from Chateau d’Issan in Margaux, the wine offers cedar wood, gravel, pepper and cassis. One of the most obscure classified growths in the Medoc, Curse decided on a more stringent selection for the wine. Opening with earth, cassis and spice, this medium-bodied wine ends with crisp cassis. 88-89 Pts
4269 Views Tasted Apr 10, 2012
|2010||Château Pedesclaux (Pauillac)|
Pedesclaux, a contender for the most obscure classified growth in Pauillac opens with earth, cassis and spice. This medium/full bodied wine ends with a tannic cassis and blackberry finish. 88-90 Pts
5719 Views Tasted Apr 20, 2011