Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou 2016 Saint Julien
Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou 2016 Saint Julien

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Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou 2016 Saint Julien

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Inhalt in Liter:
Saint Julien
Parker Punkte:
James Suckling:
Jeb Dunnuck:
Feinkörniger Gunzian-Kies durchsetzt von fossilreichem Kalkstein
2eme Grand Cru Classe | Saint Julien AOC
Lagerpotenzial ab Jahrgang:
40-50 Jahre
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Trinktemperatur (in Grad °C):
16 – 18
Zalto DenkArt Bordeaux | Gabriel Universal Gold
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Alkoholgehalt in Vol.%:
enthält Sulfite
Herstelleradresse / Inverkehrbringer:
Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou 33250 Saint Julien de Beychevelle
239,95 EUR
319,93 EUR pro l

319,93 EUR pro l

inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand

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Chateau Saint Pierre 2016 Saint Julien
94+ Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den Chateau Saint Pierre 2016 Saint JulienLisa Perrotti Brown im November 2018:
Aged for 14 months in 50% new and 50% one-year-old French oak and blended of 73% Cabernet Sauvignon. 21% Merlot and 6% Cabernet Franc. the deep garnet-purple colored 2016 Saint-Pierre leaps from the glass with exuberant Black Forest cake. blackberry compote and cassis with hints of cigars. earth and violets with a waft of iron ore. Medium-bodied. the palate has a firm frame of grainy tannins with fantastic energy and depth. finishing on a lingering chocolaty note.
94 Punkte vom Vinous-Team für den Chateau Saint Pierre 2016 Saint JulienAntonio Galloni Januar 2019:
The 2016 Saint-Pierre (Saint-Julien) is a powerful. brooding Saint-Julien. Smoke. game. licorice. menthol and grilled herbs add to a feeling of gravitas and pure power. Huge on the palate. with tremendous depth and exceptional balance. Saint-Pierre is once again one of the Sleeper wines of the Left Bank. Don't miss it. Tasted two times.
96 Sucklingpunkte für den Chateau Saint Pierre 2016 Saint JulienJames Suckling Januar 2019:
This is fantastic. offering lots of fresh tobacco and blackcurrants and undertones of hazelnuts and chocolate. Full-bodied with firm and chewy tannins. yet ever so polished and refined. One of the most structured St. Pierre’s in years. A blend of 73 per cent cabernet sauvignon. 21 per cent merlot and six per cent cabernet franc. Try from 2024.
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Chateau Leoville Barton 2017 Saint Julien
95 Sucklingpunkte für den Chateau Leoville Barton 2017 Saint Julien James Suckling bewertet den Chateau Leoville Barton 2017 Saint Julien im Dezember 2019:
The purity of cabernet sauvignon really comes through here with currants. blackberries and stones. Perfumed. too. Medium to full body. Very fine. polished tannins and a fresh. fruity finish. This shows a compact palate with a polished. creamy finish. Much higher percentage of cabernet than is usual. Drink after 2023.
96 Punkte vom Vinous-Team für den Chateau Leoville Barton 2017 Saint JulienAntonio Galloni im März 2020:
Léoville-Barton is one of the very few wines. from any appellation. that combines power and finesse with such grace in 2017. Rich. deep and wonderfully expressive. the 2017 has so much offer. The high percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon comes through loud and clear. Inky dark. fruit. game. spice. mint. licorice and lavender all build in a wine of regal elegance and head spinning beauty. For its combination of quality and price. Léoville-Barton remains one the most consumer-friendly wines of the Left Bank. The blend is 93% Cabernet Sauvignon and 7% Merlot. The September rains were especially challenging for the Merlot and Cabernet Franc. As a result. Cabernet is pushed up in the blend. while there is no Franc at all.
95 Puntke vom Wine Advocate für den Chateau Leoville Barton 2017 Saint JulienLisa Perrotti Brown im März 2020:
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2017 Léoville Barton charges out of the gate with bold notions of baked plums, crème de cassis and blueberry preserves plus wafts of pencil shavings, fragrant earth and cedar chest. Medium to full-bodied, the palate delivers mouth-coating black fruit preserves with compelling herbal sparks and a firm, grainy texture, finishing long and lively.
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Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016 Pauillac

100 Punkte von Jeb DunnuckAlong with the Château Lafite, the 2016 Château Mouton Rothschild is the wine of the vintage from the Médoc and is a truly profound, magical, blockbuster wine in every sense. It’s based on 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, raised in new French oak. Boasting a saturated purple color as well as an extraordinary bouquet of thick black fruits, lead pencil shavings, new saddle leather, and burning embers, with just a hint of its oak upbringing, this beauty hits the palate with a mammoth amount of fruit and texture yet stays fresh, pure, and light on its feet, with a thrilling sense of minerality as well as building tannins on the finish. It’s one of the most profound young wines I’ve ever tasted, and while it will probably keep for three-quarters of a decade, it offers pleasure even today. Bravo!

100 Punkte Vinous für den Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016 PauillacAntonio Galloni Januar 2019:

A towering. thrilling wine. the 2016 Mouton Rothschild is unbelievably beautiful today. Aromatics. fruit density and vertical structure all come together. In the glass. the 2016 is remarkably vivid and powerful. and yet a gentler. more feminine side emerges with time in the glass. The intense. mineral. savory profile recalls the 1986. but the 2016 has more grace. inner sweetness and sophistication than that wine. Even so. the 2016 is going to need at least a number of years in bottle before it starts drinking well. although it won't be the bruiser the 1986 remains to this day. This is breathtaking wine from Mouton. Tecnical Director Philippe Dhalluin and his team.

100 Parker Punkte für Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016 PauillacLisa Perrotti Brown am 30.11.2018

The 2016 Mouton Rothschild is a blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon. 15% Merlot. 1% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot. with the Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot vinified together. It has a very deep purple-black color and slowly slides out of the glass with spicy notes of Sichuan pepper. cloves and cinnamon stick giving way to a core of perfumed black fruits and florals—blackcurrant cordial. candied violets. blackberry compote. rose hips and black plums—plus suggestions of espresso. damp soil. tar and beef drippings. Medium-bodied. the palate is very firmly structured and jam-packed with latent energy about to burst. offering superbly ripe. grainy tannins and bold freshness to support the intense floral and black fruit layers and finishing very long and very minerally. Powerful. profound wine.

Mouton’s congenial managing director. Philippe Dhalluin. was unfortunately in Napa while I was in Bordeaux in October. so I was hosted by Eric Tourbier—Mouton’s technical director—and Clerc-Milon’s winemaker. Jean-Emmanuel Danjoy. While discussing the particularly abundant range of aroma/flavor compounds I was perceiving in the 2016 reds. Danjoy commented. “When you have a wet spring. you tend to have more aromatic precursors. Also. it was a long maturation period. The vine made a lot of aromatic components. The gap between the Merlot and the Cabernet Sauvignon for ripening was very long. In fact. Cabernet was very late this year. We didn’t know if the Cabernet Sauvignon was going to make it! The big surprise for us was the Cabernet Franc—all of it was delicious. We used it all in the grand vin at Clerc Milon.” When we came to taste Le Petit Mouton and Mouton Rothschild. Eric Tourbier. smiling like the cat that got the cream. said simply. “It was a dry summer. We had very small berries and a good level of ripeness.” He then added. matter-of-factly. “I’ve been at Mouton for 30 years. I think this is my best vintage. The 2016 may be compared to the 1986?” Maybe. but while I’m a huge lover of the incredibly provocative and sometimes formidable 1986 (I had it again just a few weeks ago). I’m thinking this 2016 is going to give a lot more hedonic pleasure in its first 25 years in bottle than the 1986—just coming around now—certainly did.

100 Punkte Vinous | Neal Martin für den Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016 PauillacNeal Martin im Januar 2019:

The 2016 Mouton Rothschild bowled me over when I tasted it from barrel. Philippe Dhalluin compares it to the 1986 in terms of intensity of fruit. although there is more maturity and refinement in the tannins apropos of the 2016. Bottled in July 2018. this has an intense bouquet with pixelated black fruit. crushed stone. hints of blue fruit and a touch of India ink. But it is the delineation and focus that take your breath away. The palate is medium-bodied with very supple tannin framing the pure black currant and cassis fruit. The acidity is pitch-perfect. and there is a gentle but insistent grip toward the extraordinarily long finish. Racking my brains to think of another Mouton Rothschild that I have tasted over the last 20 years that was as good as this. I simply cannot come up with one.

100 Punkte James Suckling für den Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016 PauillacJames Suckling im Februar 2019:

Dark ruby. purple color. Aromas of blackcurrants. black truffle. crushed stone. licorice and hints of tar. Full-bodied. deep and vertical on the palate. drawing you in and down. The structure is very tannic and powerful. yet the tannins are folded into the wine. One of the most powerful Moutons ever for me. Try after 2027.

James Suckling am 04.04.2017

This is a phenomenal. muscular red that shows incredible power and depth. Full-bodied and with great concentration of tannins but this remains agile and polished. The form to this is stupendous. Such precision and clarity. The new 1986 but better. (bei beiden Verkostungseindrücken vergab James Suckling die 100 Punkte)

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Chateau Branaire Ducru 2016 Staint Julien
93+ Punkt vom Vinous-Team für den Chateau Branaire Ducru 2016 Staint JulienAntonio Galloni Januar 2019:
The 2016 Branaire-Ducru is powerful. dense and explosive to a degree that is surprising for a wine that is typically much more sensual. There is lovely definition throughout. but readers will have to be patient to catch the 2016 at its very best. Hints of leather. smoke. tobacco and dried flowers begin to open up in the glass. but the 2016 is quite reticent at this stage. In two tastings I found the 2016 unusually closed. Needless to say. it will be interesting to see what time brings.
95 Sucklingpunkte für den Branaire Ducru 2016 Staint JulienVerkostungsbericht vom 03. Februar 2019:
The best vintage of this wine since 2009! Effusive. fresh redcurrant and cassis aromas give this St.-Julien terrific drive and energy. the elegant. dry tannins beautifully married to the medium body. right through the long. agile finish. Drink or hold.
69,00 EUR
92,00 EUR pro l