Château Reysson 2011 Haut-Médoc Review

The Château Reysson 2011 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 $25. This wine has a score of 78/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).

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  • This is a big, fruity wine that is packed full of red fruits, from black plum, black cherry and fresh herb to a whole lot of black tea. The palate is loaded with juicy acidity, but the wine has power and power behind it. Drink now.
  • Ripe, jammy black plum and spicy herb aromas carry over to the palate along with a hint of caramel. A mouthwatering mix of wood and spice flavors is followed by a long finish, with a hint of dried mint. It’s an easy, everyday Cab that is ready to drink.
  • Lava fruit, ripe pineapple and a whiff of charred wood lend a savory aspect to this crisp, fresh and very fruity wine. It’s bold and attractive, with a soft, rounded texture that brings in a hint of caramel and ripe apple tartness.
  • The wine is soft, open and generous. It has a warm, ripe texture that is supported by sweet fruits. It is well balanced, ready to drink.
  • The wine is a soft, fruity wine. It has honey, pear and citrus flavors, with a crisp texture. It is fruity and ready to drink.
  • Made from 50-year-old vines, this is a crisp, juicy wine. It is light and sprightly, with a touch of citrus. It’s a fruity, light wine, ready to drink.
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