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Château Pontet-Canet 2014

5e Cru Classé, Pauillac AC
"C'est un succès total pour ce millésime" Neal Martin
95-96/100
James Suckling - Mars 2015
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Style de vin :

N° art. : 3541

Conditionnement :
75cl
Livraison: 5-10 jours ouvrables
CHF 98.00
bt.
Notes de dégustation
Robe : Pourpre et intense.
Nez : Envoutant avec un fruit franc et précis, souligné par des notes minérales qui relient le vin au terroir qui l'a vu naître.
Palais : Attaque pleine et élégante, milieu de bouche frais, dense et soyeux, tannins ciselés. Finale d'une longueur impressionnante.
Conseils de service
Accords mets-vin :
Magret de canard, langoustine grillée, entrecôte, viandes rôties, filets de lièvre rôtis, Beaufort, époisses
Température de service : 17 - 18°C
Garde : 15 - 20 ans
Autres informations
Vinification : Cuvaison de 4 semaines, suivie de la fermentation d'une durée de 2 à 3 semaines en cuves de béton brut ou en foudres. Elevage de 16 mois en barriques neuves (50%), barriques d'un passage (15%) et en cuves de béton Dolia, spécialement conçues par le Château (35%).
Œnologue(s) : Jean-Michel Comme
Fermeture : Bouchon en liège
Emballage : Caisse

Chateau Pontet-Canet

James Suckling Mars 2015
95-96/100
The strength of this Pontet Canet is very impressive, making it structured and tannic with a long and intense finish. Yet it turns to bright and vivid fruits. Full body. A modern classic. It builds on the palate.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Avril 2015
93-95/100
The Château Pontet-Canet 2014 was picked between 29 September and 10 October, the 10th biodynamically. It is initially quite reticent, a little broody in the glass. However, it unfolds with each swirl revealing a very pure and I feel, a more contained and classic bouquet compared to the 2013: blackberry, graphite, minerals and a touch of incense. The palate is medium-bodied with fine, quite tensile tannin. The acidity is very well judged – crescendo of flavors that lead to a precise, lightly spiced, quite vivacious finish. What I like here is that it is very Pauillac, in the sense that I feel that recent vintages were flirting with deviating too far away from what a typical Pauillac ought to be. This is unmistakable in terms of where it comes from, but there it retains that sense of focus and mineralité that ensures this is a total success for the vintage. I find this more appealing than the 2013 last year and this 2014 should be a vintage that puts a smile on Jean-Michel Comme's face.
La Revue du Vin de France 2015
18-18.5/20
 
Decanter Avril 2015
18.5/20
Classic Cabernet nose of cassis. Lovely purity and depth with a silky texture that caresses the palate – more obviously Pontet-Canet than Pauillac. An extremely fine wine almost in a class of its own. Drink: 2019-2035 Taster: Steven Spurrier
Jancis Robinson 2015
17/20
 
James Suckling Février 2017
98/100
A stunning wine for this vintage although it’s still a bit shy on the nose (more spice than fruit showing than now). There’s wet earth, too, but on the palate it’s bursting with ripe yet subtle flavors. Very long and complex finish that goes on and on.
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