The ChÃ¢teau Beau-SÃ©jour BÃ©cot 2009 Saint-Ãmilion wine is of the Bordeaux-style Red Blend variety from France, produced within the nan vineyard in the Bordeaux province. The cost is $75. This wine has a score of 76/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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Sourced from a selection of vineyards, this wine offers aromas of fresh herbs, dried flowers and a whiff of menthol. The bright, easy-drinking palate doles out juicy black cherry, juicy strawberry, white pepper, clove and a hint of a tobacco note. It’s polished, polished and fresh.
Aromas of ripe plum, ripe blackberry and crushed herb, with a touch of caramel, are followed by a round, densely packed palate that’s loaded with bright acidity. The crisp acidity suggests fresh herb and a clean finish.
This is a round, richly layered wine.
Aromas of mature black-skinned fruit, plum, spice and exotic spice emerge in the glass. The juicy, chewy palate delivers juicy black cherry, blackberry and star anise while refined tannins add a polished, polished texture. Drink 20172026.
An aromatic core of candied fruit and baked apple unfold on the bouquet of this full-bodied bouquet. The palate is fresh and straightforward, offering peach, apricot and apricot alongside a tangy, crisp core of acidity.
This is an aromatic, lightly textured wine that has a green, grassy aroma. That gives the wine a fresh and lively character. It is light in texture, bright and ready to drink.
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