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2009 Chateau Magdelaine 750ML

2009 Chateau Magdelaine 750ML

Wine Spectator Score: 92
Wine Advocate Score: 94
Other Scores: 93

Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
District: Pessac-Leognan/Graves
Type: Still Wine
Color: Red
Varietal: Red Bordeaux
Vintage: 2009

Size: 750ML
Brand: See more from Chateau Magdelaine
Sku: 122883
Regular Price:$85.99
On Sale For: $77.39


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Wine Spectator Review:
Seems a bit stolid today, with a walled-off core of raspberry and cherry preserves framed by a healthy dose of lightly firm roasted vanilla. Very well-built, with sleek edges and good buried charcoal and tobacco, so cellar for harmony down the road. 92 points. Best from 2014 through 2024. 1,700 cases made. -James Molesworth, Wine Spectator

Wine Advocate Review:
A property that has largely been replanted over the last 25 years, the 2009 is one of the best the firm of Jean-Pierre Moueix has yet released from this estate. Eighty percent of this vineyard sits on the limestone plateau and 20% on the hillsides, and the 2009 displays a classic confiture of black cherries, some crushed rocks and spring flowers in a full-bodied, yet at the same time, ethereal and rather elegant style. The wine has gorgeous fruit purity, a broad, luscious texture, and more density and richness than one normally finds in this somewhat finesse-styled wine, which seems to have achieved more depth and potential in 2009. This should be drinkable in 5-6 years and keep for 25 or more. 94 points. -Robert Parker
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