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Chateau Duhart-Milon 2015

Bordeaux - Pauillac - Red Chateau Duhart-Milon Chateau Duhart-Milon 2015 1038/15
  • Parker : 90-92
  • J. Robinson : 16
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2015 Duhart Milon is a blend of 73% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27% Merlot picked between September 23 and October 6, the September 17-23 respectively. It will eventually see 40% new oak during its élevage. It has a tightly-wound bouquet with blackberry, bilberry and cassis fruit, moderate complexity, perhaps just a little static at the moment. The palate is medium-bodied with quite supple tannin for the normally obdurate Duhart-Milon, the acidity nicely judged with a pleasing salinity towards the finish. I would just like to see more personality come through by the time of bottling. Otherwise, this is a fine Duhart-Milon that is more compromising than the tannic beasts of yesteryear, and it should drink after 5-7 years in bottle.
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Chateau Duhart-Milon (Bordeaux), available at Millesima - French Wine Expert- online or at our NYC store. Authenticity and provenance guaranteed.ux in their original case (OWC) from the chateau or Estate. Guaranteed authentic wine.

Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2015 Duhart Milon is a blend of 73% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27% Merlot picked between September 23 and October 6, the September 17-23 respectively. It will eventually see 40% new oak during its élevage. It has a tightly-wound bouquet with blackberry, bilberry and cassis fruit, moderate complexity, perhaps just a little static at the moment. The palate is medium-bodied with quite supple tannin for the normally obdurate Duhart-Milon, the acidity nicely judged with a pleasing salinity towards the finish. I would just like to see more personality come through by the time of bottling. Otherwise, this is a fine Duhart-Milon that is more compromising than the tannic beasts of yesteryear, and it should drink after 5-7 years in bottle.
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