The Château Dutruch Grand Poujeaux 2012 Moulis-en-Médoc wine is of the Bordeaux-style Red Blend variety from France, produced within the nan vineyard in the Bordeaux province. The cost is $29. This wine has a score of 91/100 (an outstanding score).
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Showing the fruit richness of the vintage, this is a ripe wine with intense red-plum fruit and spice flavors. It is a wine to drink now through 2020.
This is a warm, rounded wine with white-fruit flavors, laid across a tight core of acidity and a hint of sweetness from the wood aging. It is a wine that will age well, with the acidity tightened by the juicy red-plum fruitiness. Drink from 2024.
This is a ripe wine with a soft, round texture and flavors of red-fruit and toasty toast. It is a wine that is still very young, showing the fruitiness that is already evident. Drink from 2024.
Orange juice, lime and mango flavors are developed for a crisp, light body and friendly finish.
This is a fruity, soft and easy-drinking Malbec that’s ready to drink. It has a rounded mouthfeel, with honey, citrus and lemon flavors that are easy to like.
This opens with a nose of black cherry and a whiff of leather. The easygoing palate offers blackberry, star anise and a hint of baking spice. It’s soft and easygoing, with chewy tannins.
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