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Wine Name and Vintage Ch. De Fieuzal 2007
Region and Country Pessac Leognan, France
Classifications Grand Cru Classe de Graves (1953)
Wine Type Red
Grape varieties/blend Cabernet Sauvignon (60%),  Merlot (35%), Cabernet Franc (4.5%) , Petit Verdot (2.5%)
Time of Maturing 12 months in oak barrel (30% new)
Alcohol 12.5% by volume
Size 0.75L
Drinking dates 2010 - 2025
Food Match Roasted pork, lamb and duck, veal, poultry.
Rating 2009 - WS93-96
Wine expert/critic : 2008 - RP90-93 / WS87-90
RP=Robert Parker, USA 2007 - RP88-90 / NM88
NM= Neal Martin, USA 2006 - ST/IWC89
ST=Stephen Tanzer 2005 - WA90 / WS90 /WE92
JR=Janice Robinson, UK 2004 - WE86
JS=James Suckling, USA 2003 - WS90
Publishing Media 2002 - n/a
WA=Wine Advocate, USA 2001 - RP89
WS=Wine Spectator, USA 2000 - RP90
WE=Wine Enthusiast, USA 1998 - RP86
IWC=Int'l Wine Cellar 1989 - RP87
D=Decanter, UK  


Tasting Note This wine offers a classic Pessac-Leognan bouquet of smoky, scorched earth, black currants, melted licorice and a hint of burning embers.  The medium bodied claret has great ageing potential but will drink well young.

NM/TWJ (09.2008) - "The 2007 rouge has good lift on the nose with blackberry, ripe plum and a touch of damson jam. Pure, harmonious, with no sign of any greenness that afflicted vintage of yore. The palate is medium-bodied, chewy tannins, still unresolved but with certainly more depth and stuffing than the 2007. Cranberry, raspberry leaf and cedar, tobacco coming through with further aeration in the glass. It lacks a little definition and poise on the finish, but this is a solid wine for the vintage. It just needs more joie-de-vivre. Drink 2010-17."

About the Winery This is a delightful estate, with a reputation for both its red and white wines.  Investment during the 1980s in the 48 hectre (120 acres) estate, just south of Dom. De Chevalier near Leognan, made it one of the most up-to-date properties in the region. The property changed hand in 2001 to a notable Irish businessman, Lachlan Quinn.  Since then the reputation of this wine has grown steadily in recent years, thanks to the invitation of technical consultation by Angelus's owener.  The average age of the vines is 30 years.  Annual production is about 120,000 bottles of red plus about 10% is white but is gorgeous, perfumed and ageworthy.

This wine is rated 3 red stars out of 4 by Huge Johnson from UK and 05,06,07 are ready to drink in 2010.



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