The Château Fonréaud 2007 Listrac-Médoc wine is of the Bordeaux-style Red Blend variety from France, produced within the nan vineyard in the Bordeaux province. The cost is $(unsure – varies significantly). This wine has a score of 71/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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Aromas of black plum, baked plum and a whiff of toast come together in the glass. The lean palate offers dried black cherry, thyme and a note of clove alongside round, polished tannins. Drink through 2020.
This is a soft, rounded wine well made for drinking now. It has a fresh character, with fresh acidity along with the touches of wood. The fruit comes through strongly in the aftertaste. Drink now.
This is fruity and fruity, with hints of white-fruit. It is a ripe wine, soft and soft.
With a pale pink color, this is a slightly shy, reserved and delicate wine, with a lightly honeyed aftertaste. It’s a rich, smooth wine that’s ready now with food.
Aromas of red cherry jam, mint, toasted oak, a touch of vanilla and spice are followed by a palate laced with mint and spice. It’s a creamy, velvety wine, with a silky finish.
There’s a pretty fragrance of cherry, rose, orange peel and muddled herb. The palate is stylish, with honey and juicy acidity that lend a savory touch to the mouthfeel. A small but not perceptible amount of orange zest touches the finish.
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