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Clos des Jacobins
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|2018||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Round, supple, fresh and fruity, the dark, red fruits and licorice pop with energy and the freshness and soft tannins come with a nice cocoa and plum note in the finish. 91-93 Pts
1634 Views Tasted Apr 19, 2019
|2017||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Medium-bodied, with a core of licorice, cocoa and sweet cherry fruits. Soft tannins and a gentle mouth feel will make this wine charming to enjoy in its youth.
1461 Views Tasted Apr 26, 2018
|2016||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Spicy, earthy, smoky, espresso bean and licorice infused cherry sensations are with you from start to finish here. The wine is polished, fresh and inviting, with a core of ripe, elegant earthy, red fruits on the palate and in the finish.
1193 Views Tasted Sep 21, 2019
Medium bodied with a smoky, cherry personality, the wine is soft and polished with a plummy, earthy, chocolate finish.
1661 Views Tasted Apr 29, 2017
|2015||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
This is the best wine produced here. It is impossible not to notice the soft, sweet, silky, fresh, pure cherries and plums. There is energy and vibrancy in the wine that leaves you with an earthy, licorice and black cherry finish.
2225 Views Tasted Mar 12, 2018
Clearly the best wine ever produced here, the fruits are silky, soft, sweet and polished, the round supple textures feel great, and the plummy, licorice infused finish with its cocoa and charcoal nuances are a pleasure to taste.
2057 Views Tasted Nov 22, 2017
Better after just a year in barrel there is a bit more weight, density and complexity, This should end up at the top, or just past my initial barrel scores.
2380 Views Tasted Jul 12, 2017
Medium-bodied, forward, elegant, sweet, fresh, spicy, earthy cherries, espresso and thyme get things off to a good start, before the refined tannins in the finish kick in. 89-91 Pts
2201 Views Tasted Apr 29, 2016
|2014||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Medium-bodied, soft and sweet with dark red fruit and chocolate character, this wine has a forward personality. 88-90 Pts
2302 Views Tasted Apr 27, 2015
|2013||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
With floral and plum notes in the nose, there is a softness in the mouth, finishing with black raspberries and some dryness in the finish. 86-88 Pts
2481 Views Tasted Apr 28, 2014
|2012||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Medium bodied, soft and silky smooth, the licorice and black cherry focused wine is definitely going to deliver its pleasures early. The wine was made from a blend of 75% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Franc and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon.
2310 Views Tasted Nov 8, 2015
Coffee, licorice, dark red berries with a round, oaky and slightly dry finish. 88-90 pts
2980 Views Tasted Apr 26, 2013
|2011||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Earth, smoke, coffee bean and black raspberry notes open to a medium bodied, forward, soft wine that will be drinkable on release.
2899 Views Tasted Nov 17, 2013
From a blend of 75% Merlot, 23% Cabernet Franc and the rest made up of Cabernet Sauvignon, the wine opens up with black licorice, dark cherry, oak, chocolate and wet earth scents. Medium bodied, round and fresh, at 13.5% alcohol, the wine ends with coffee, licorice and black cherry. 89-92 Pts
2954 Views Tasted Mar 16, 2012
|2010||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Floral, black raspberry and licorice in the nose, soft, ripe tannins and a finish with sweet black cherries. This drinks well young, due to the ripeness of the fruit and it should age for at least another 10-15 years.
4503 Views Tasted Nov 3, 2015
There are times when a very good wine, with an easy to get along with personality hits the spot. Especially when you grab the last bottle of the night, splash decant it, and boom, it's ready to go. With its licorice, coffee bean, blackberry liqueur nose, plush, soft textures and fat, juicy, fruit filled silky finish, it was the right wine at the right time. Drink now for pleasure, or age it for more complexity. The wine was made from a blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc.
3509 Views Tasted Aug 24, 2014
With the assistance of Hubert de Bouard from Chateau Angelus, this property keeps getting better, one step at a time. Earthy, pepper, herbs, plums and coffee aromas catch your interest. The soft, round textures, freshness and vanilla infused black raspberry finish is a pleasure to experience. 90-93 Pts
3708 Views Tasted Mar 14, 2011
|2009||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
With a perfume that seeks attention due to its fresh earth, tobacco, licorice, truffle and black raspberry profile, this concentrated, plush textured, wine ends with a rich, chocolate covered, ripe, cherry and blackberry finish. The hard work from Magali and Thibault Decoster and their consultant, Hubert de Bouard from Angelus as paid off, as this is the best wine yet from Clos de Jacobins.
4348 Views Tasted Mar 12, 2012
2009 Clos des Jacobins has a nose filled with mixed berries, anise, smoke, espresso, and fresh herbs. Full bodied, with ample dark pit fruit that fills your mouth before you head into the licorice tinted finish. Hubert de Bouard consults for the property. 91-93 Pts
5173 Views Tasted Jun 28, 2010
|2008||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Medium bodied, with bright, red fruits, olives, espresso and thyme are out in front. There is a bit too much freshness here, which is probably not going to lessen with age as the fruit fades with time. I'd opt for drinking this wine sooner than later.
1830 Views Tasted Dec 27, 2017
|2005||Clos des Jacobins (St. Émilion Grand Cru)|
Licorice, coffee bean, black cherry and earthy aromas, soft, smooth, silky textures and a plush, rich, plum, fennel and black cherry are found in this wine. This is already starting to drink well and should continue to improve for at least the next decade.
3383 Views Tasted May 31, 2012