The 2014 Chateau de Fieuzal displays a purple-tinted dense red colour with shiny highlights. The aromatic expression is pure and elegant. Raspberry, forest fruit and spicy notes, as well as soaked cherry fragrances can be appreciated. Even though it is restrained at this ageing stage, a note of vanilla appears. This shows that the richness of the texture will blend in with the wood. On the palate, this Pessac-Leognan Cru Classé from Graves seduces by its finesse and unctuousness. With its silky and persistent tannins, the palate impresses by its nervous finish (as a dry white wine) which is the promise of a good ageing potential.