2011 Champ de Cour
This is richer and more powerful, perhaps as a result of there being more clay in the soil. The balance is still on the money but it is more backward, masculine and will need time. Lots of scope. Drink from 2016.
`A ripe, spicy and peppery dark berry suffused nose leads to supple and round medium-bodied flavors that possess a relatively suave mouth feel as well as reasonably good depth on the delicious and youthfully austere finish. This is pretty and I suspect that it will add depth with another 2 to 3 years of bottle age.` 89 pts, Burghound
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