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Château Calon Ségur 2016

3e Cru Classé, Saint-Estèphe AC
Stock très limité !

N° art. : 4640

Conditionnement :
75cl
Livraison: 5-10 jours ouvrables
CHF 114.00
bt.
Notes de dégustation
Robe : D'une belle couleur pourpre.
Nez : Élégant et pure, aux notes de cerises noires et de mûres.
Palais : Noble, aux saveurs de cassis, avec une pointe de menthe et de violette. Tanins soyeux et équilibre merveilleux.
Conseils de service
Accords mets-vin :
Bourguignon de canard aux épices, oie à la poire et au gingembre, fromage de chèvre, desserts à base de chocolat noir.
Température de service : 17 - 18°C
Autres informations
Vinification : Élevage de 24 mois en barriques de chêne dont le 30 à 50% de bois neuf.
Œnologue(s) :
Fermeture : Bouchon en liège
Emballage : Caisse

Château Calon Ségur

James Suckling Avril 2017
98-99/100
Wow. This is the Calon we have been waiting for! Intensity and power. Chewy and polished tannins. Full body, great depth. It goes on for minutes. Shows a classic, historical character that really excites me. The essence of this estate and St.-Estèphe. Best ever?
Jean-Marc Quarin Avril 2017
19/20
Couleur noire et pourpre. Nez intense, fin, profond, fruité, subtil et complexe. Grande entrée en bouche ample (ce qui est très rare dans ce cru). Puis le vin se met à fondre sur un toucher noble, avec beaucoup, beaucoup de goût. Juteux après le milieu de bouche et très distingué dans ses appuis tanniques, il s’envole en finale, charnu et noble. C’est du grand vin à l’équilibre merveilleux. Superbe ! Assemblage : 60 % cabernet sauvignon, 18 % cabernet franc, 20 % merlot, 2 % petit verdot - Degré d’alcool : 14° (moyenne plus) – pH : 3,6 (moyenne moins). IPT : 80 (moyenne plus). Rendement : 42 hl/ha – Sélection : 33 % de grand vin.
Yves Beck Avril 2017
96-97/100
 
Decanter Avril 2017
96/100
An extremely complete and well balanced vintage for Calon Ségur that shows how, with the right levels of acidity, tannin and depth of fruit, even 100% new oak can melt away. This is one of the signs of a great vintage and we have it here in spades. Great definition on the darkly spiced palate, with powerful cassis, liquorice, mint and violets that are dense yet feathery, with chalky tannins that need time to bed in. I love that the tannins are extremely high (80IPT) but not upfront, helped by a pH of 3.6. Just 35% of production made it into the grand vin because so much replanting was done back in 2006, although this should ramp up as the vines mature - they believe the potential is for 70% grand vin. The blend is 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot. Read more at http://www.decanter.com/wine-reviews/france/bordeaux/chateau-calon-segur-st-estephe-3eme-cru-classe-2016-10925#yMO0llKmgDYo3o8o.99
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Avril 2017
95-97/100
The 2016 Calon Segur is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc, 20% Merlot and 2% Petit Verdot cropped at 42 hectoliters per hectare between 29 September and 15 October (finishing with the Cabernets and the Petit Verdot). Notice that Cabernet Franc, which excelled not just here but around Saint Estèphe in this vintage, given that there was not a drop in the 2015. It has a very elegant bouquet, very pure with small macerated black cherries, blueberry, a hint of licorices and juniper berries, all effortlessly detailed and exuding what I term "controlled opulence." The palate is medium-bodied with a sense of symmetry on the entry, the acidity very well judged and the tannins far less rustic than the Calon-Ségurs of old. What I like about this Calon-Ségur is that it could not come from anywhere apart from Saint Estèphe: that structure, that obduracy counterbalanced by the opulence bestowed by the growing season. There is freshness locked in here from start to finish, with a subtle tang of seaweed and black pepper on the long aftertaste. For me this is a serious step up from the 2015, and the structure augurs a Calon-Ségur destined to last as long as those legendary wines from the 1920s and 1940s. Chapeau to winemaker Vincent Millet and estate director Laurent Dufau. This is easily the best Calon-Ségur that I have tasted from barrel.
Wine Enthusiast Avril 2017
95-97/100
 
Wine Spectator Avril 2017
94-97/100
 
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