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|2017||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 9 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
The first vintage made from 100% Merlot presents leaf, tobacco, and red fruits. Forward, round and supple, you may drink this sweet cherry and licorice-filled wine upon release. Due to the frost, the production is under 250 cases this year – a typical vintage is 1,500! The ninth vintage of this wine, “G” Acte 9, takes its name from Guinaudeau as in Jacques and Sylvie, the renowned owners.
1924 Views Tasted Apr 26, 2018
|2016||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 8 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Sweet ripe, earthy plums with a tint of tobacco open the medium-bodied wine. On the palate, the wine is elegant, fresh, bright and fruity. There is sweetness to the earthy, cocoa tinged berries and a tobacco leaf nuance that adds complexity in the finish. I like this now, and it is going be even better with a few years of aging.
503 Views Tasted Sep 21, 2019
Acte 8, the eighth vintage of this wine which takes its name from the first letter of the famous owner’s last name, Jacques and Sylvie Guinaudeau, who also own Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol is ready to go. The blend of 52% Merlot and 48% Cabernet Franc has a pronounced amount of Cabernet Franc in the blend. Dark ruby in color, licorice, truffle, and black cherry scents kick off the wine. Lushly textured, fat, and juicy, with a sweetness and vibrancy to its character, ends with pure, black cherries and lift in the endnote. A few years of age will be needed to soften the tannic structure and open its complexities.
1906 Views Tasted Apr 29, 2017
|2015||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 7 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Made from a blend of 61% Merlot and 39% Cabernet Franc, the wine is supple, soft, earthy and showing a minty, tobacco edge to the sweet, soft, cherries and plums at its core.
2288 Views Tasted May 21, 2018
Acte 7, the seventh vintage of this wine which takes its name from the first letter of the famous owner’s last name, Jacques and Sylvie Guinaudeau, who also own Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol is ready to go. The blend of 61% Merlot and 39% Cabernet Franc is forward, softly textured, with silky tannins and a sweet, juicy mouthful of supple, fresh, cherries and minerality in the finish.
2089 Views Tasted Apr 29, 2016
|2014||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 6 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Acte 6, from Jacques Guinaudeau and Sylvie Guinaudeau, who also own Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol quickly delivers its black raspberry and orange, citrus notes, with little effort. Medium bodied, and fresh, this can be enjoyed young. The wine finishes with an interesting tangerine note in the light, fresh finish.
2129 Views Tasted Jun 16, 2017
From a blend of 56% Merlot and 44% Cabernet Franc opens with sweet plum and forest floor notes. On the palate, the wine is soft and easy to drink with silky, soft, fresh cherry and plums in the finish. 89-91 Pts
2527 Views Tasted May 1, 2015
|2013||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 5 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Acte 5, the fifth vintage from Jacques Guinaudeau and Sylvie Guinaudeau, who also own Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol. In 2013 they produced a wine focused on its red fruit character, coupled with floral and thyme sensations. Lightly styled, with soft, crisp, bright strawberries and raspberry, this is already drinking well.
1944 Views Tasted May 25, 2016
Forward, fresh, soft cherries and raspberries in a user friendly, easy to like and drink style. 88-89 Pts
2293 Views Tasted May 2, 2014
|2012||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 4 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Licorice, chocolate, plums, fresh, sweet, medium bodied with a black cherry filled finish.
3358 Views Tasted Jul 22, 2014
G, which takes its name from the first letter of the famous owner’s last name Guinaudeau, who also owns Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol, was produced from a blend of 51% Merlot and 49% Cabernet Franc. Medium-bodied with sweet black raspberries and cherry sensations, the wine is soft, forward and approachable. 88-90 Pts
3394 Views Tasted Apr 27, 2013
|2011||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 3 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Acte 3, which takes its name from the first letter of the famous owner’s last name, Jacques and Sylvie Guinaudeau,who also own Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol and the number 3, which signifies the number of vintages for the wine. Produced from a blend of 56% Merlot and 44% Cabernet Franc, this round, supple, soft-textured, black cherry-dominated wine offers a lot of early drinking charm. 89-91 Pts
3813 Views Tasted Apr 20, 2012
|2010||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 2 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Scents of licorice, camphor, truffle, plums and oak lead to a fresh, medium bodied wine with a round, black cherry finish. This easy to like wine from the owner of Chateau Lafleur will drink well on release. 89-91 Pts
2799 Views Tasted Jul 30, 2011
G From a blend of 56% Merlot and 44% Cabernet Franc, the wine offers earthy, truffle, forest floor and dark berries. Medium bodied and soft in texture, the finish is filled with dark cherries and coca powder. 88-90 Pts
2306 Views Tasted Apr 22, 2011
|2009||Guinaudeau "G" Acte 1 (Bordeaux Supérieur)|
Fully mature, the wine offers truffle, metallic sensations, tobacco and earthy red fruits. Soft, bright, herbal, and filled with red berries the wine finishes with earthy cherry and olive notes. This is wine is fully mature and should be drunk up over the next few years.
484 Views Tasted Sep 20, 2019
With cocoa, plum and coffee bean scents, this soft, round, likeable, medium bodied, licorice covered black cherry wine will drink well on release.
3861 Views Tasted Jul 30, 2011
2009 marks the debut vintage for this new wine from the Guinaudeau's, the owners of Chateau Lafleur and Grand Village. From a blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Franc, thie wine opens with black cherries, licorice and coffee scents. Soft, round and already offering pleasure, this crowd pleasing wine will drink well early. 88-90 Pts
3934 Views Tasted Jul 6, 2010