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Château du Courlat
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|2020||Château du Courlat Cuvée Jean Baptiste (Lussac-St. Émilion)|
With a tobacco edge to accompany the red fruits, espresso and earthy notes, the wine is medium-bodied and accessible with a chewy, red berry finish. 89-91 Pts
1,049 Views Tasted May 20, 2021
|2019||Château du Courlat Cuvée Jean Baptiste (Lussac-St. Émilion)|
Produced from 100% Merlot the wine is medium-bodied, soft, fresh polished, round and supple with a nice floral, mint, spice, red plum and minerality note on the palate that carries all the way through to the finish. This is already quite nice to taste. Drink from 2022-2033.
524 Views Tasted Mar 29, 2022
Floral, with ample, sweet, ripe, red and black fruits, soft, silky textures and freshness in the red fruity finish. 89-91 Pts
2,601 Views Tasted Jun 8, 2020
|2018||Château du Courlat (Lussac-St. Émilion)|
Medium-bodied, fresh and already very easy to like, this is about the sweetness in all the red plums on the nose and palate. This should drink well for the next 6-8 years or so.
585 Views Tasted Mar 9, 2021
|2018||Château du Courlat Cuvée Jean Baptiste (Lussac-St. Émilion)|
Soft and silky, the wine is medium-bodied, fruity and fresh, allowing all the lush, ripe, chocolate covered plums to already show their personality. This is perhaps the best wine of the appellation.
546 Views Tasted Mar 9, 2021