The Château Liversan 2009 Haut-Médoc wine is of the Bordeaux-style Red Blend variety from France, produced within the nan vineyard in the Bordeaux province. The cost is $20. This wine has a score of 70/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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Firm and dark, this is a wine with structure and aging potential. It has a dry core that needs time to soften and open up. Drink from 2018.
This is a spicy wine with a hefty concentration of black-currant fruits. It has a solid structure, a solid core of wood aging and a dry core of acidity. The acidity gives the wine its freshness. Drink from 2022.
This is a full-bodied, meaty wine that is ripe and already ripe. It has a good balance between its juicy acidity and the ripe fruit flavors of ripe red fruits. Drink from 2025.
I can’t wait to see what comes next from this family of vineyards. The 2003 is a ripe, jammy wine, dense and full of black currant fruit. It has a dark, earthiness and a supple tannic structure that is complex and dynamic. The acidity on the finish is just what it needs to be.
This is a dense and concentrated wine. It has a dark core of tannins and a dense texture of black plum and cassis fruit. The acidity at the end gives it a lift. The wine needs time to soften and it will be better from 2014. Drink from 2016.
This is a full-bodied wine that has the weight and richness of the vintage. It has a concentrated, rounded texture and a solid core of tannins that is still developing. It has the weight and power of the vintage, the juicy acidity, the black plum fruits and the concentrated dry finish. Drink from 2016.
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