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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