Pomerol & Lalande de Pomerol

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2020 VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAN Pomerol

2020 VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAN PomerolPRIMEUR FAVOURITES

Release date: 28/6/2021

Market Insight: Vieux Chateau Certan still appears to be hugely undervalued. It may be slightly more available than some of its peers (which it is safe to count Lafleur et al amongst) but the priceMarket Insight: Vieux Chateau Certan still appears to be hugely undervalued. It may be slightly more available than some of its peers (which it is safe to count Lafleur et al amongst) but the price really just doesn't seem to have quite caught up with the quality. Buy.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU LA CONSEILLANTE Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU LA CONSEILLANTE Pomerol

Release date: 25/6/2021

Market Insight: There was a great deal of demand for the 2019 Conseillante and its price has already risen to £800/6. Whilst, if this is repeated, there may be some short term upside, it is moreMarket Insight: There was a great deal of demand for the 2019 Conseillante and its price has already risen to £800/6. Whilst, if this is repeated, there may be some short term upside, it is more challenging, looking at mature equivalent vintages, to see where it may go over a longer period. Perhaps it has entered a new period for quality and reputation, but not one we can recommend unreservedly.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU PETIT VILLAGE Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU PETIT VILLAGE Pomerol

Release date: 24/6/2021

Black core right out to the purplish rim. Very ripe black fruit – damson and black cherry – sweet-smelling, and more so with the sweetness of the oak. Firm, dry, smooth texture, like many layers ofBlack core right out to the purplish rim. Very ripe black fruit – damson and black cherry – sweet-smelling, and more so with the sweetness of the oak. Firm, dry, smooth texture, like many layers of paper. Big but with such refined tannin texture – and not what I expected when it smelt so ripe. Just enough freshness and lots of dark chocolate on the finish. For those who love balanced and elegant richness. Long and promising in that style. Drinking range: 2030 - 2040 Rating: 16.5++ Julia Harding MW, www.JancisRobinson.com (Apr 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU BEAUREGARD Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU BEAUREGARD Pomerol

Release date: 18/6/2021

The 2020 Beauregard was picked from September 8 at 37hl/ha (winemaker Vincent Priou told me that having been organic for almost a decade, the vineyard is very stable in terms of yield). Matured inThe 2020 Beauregard was picked from September 8 at 37hl/ha (winemaker Vincent Priou told me that having been organic for almost a decade, the vineyard is very stable in terms of yield). Matured in 45% new oak, it has a very pure and refined bouquet, one of the best that I have found on a Beauregard at this stage. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe tannins, a slightly grainy texture and a spicy undercurrent. Very cohesive and silky-smooth on the finish. This just might be the best Beauregard made to date. Bravo! Drinking range: 2027 - 2045 Rating: 92-94 Neal Martin, www.vinous.com (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU L'ÉGLISE CLINET Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU L'ÉGLISE CLINET Pomerol

Release date: 18/6/2021

Market Insight: With the unfortunate death of Denis Durantou last year, the 2019 has already overtaken many of the similar back vintages in price going up to £1,800/6. Without Denis at the helm, itMarket Insight: With the unfortunate death of Denis Durantou last year, the 2019 has already overtaken many of the similar back vintages in price going up to £1,800/6. Without Denis at the helm, it will be interesting to see what the future holds here.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU FEYTIT CLINET Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU FEYTIT CLINET Pomerol

Release date: 17/6/2021

The 2020 Feytit-Clinet takes a little while to cohere in the glass, eventually revealing fragrant blackberry, black truffle and pressed violet petal scents that gradually gain intensity but neverThe 2020 Feytit-Clinet takes a little while to cohere in the glass, eventually revealing fragrant blackberry, black truffle and pressed violet petal scents that gradually gain intensity but never approach some of the hedonistic levels found elsewhere. The palate is medium-bodied with fine-boned tannins and beautifully judged acidity. Harmonious from the start to the silky-smooth, complex finish. This might well be the finest Feytit-Clinet to date: classy and sophisticated, and delicious too. Drinking range: 2024 - 2048 Rating: 94-96 Neal Martin, www.vinous.com (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU CLINET Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU CLINET Pomerol

Release date: 17/6/2021

Market Insight: Clinet is one of the bargains of the right bank, given its scores, pedigree and scarcity. It may not have huge benchmarks (it may go up to £600/6 if you hang onto it for 10 years) butMarket Insight: Clinet is one of the bargains of the right bank, given its scores, pedigree and scarcity. It may not have huge benchmarks (it may go up to £600/6 if you hang onto it for 10 years) but you'll be incredibly happy to own it.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU NÉNIN Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU NÉNIN Pomerol

Release date: 10/6/2021

The classic Nenin pencil lead here - you get an intellectual approach to Pomerol at Nenin, with an opening of graphite and liquorice root, but it widens out to show fleshier style of ripe raspberryThe classic Nenin pencil lead here - you get an intellectual approach to Pomerol at Nenin, with an opening of graphite and liquorice root, but it widens out to show fleshier style of ripe raspberry and black cherry. The tannins give a bite on the finish, and this is one I suggest leaving for a good six to eight years before drinking. 40% new oak, 3.65pH, IPT76. Harvest from September 8th to 23rd. A very good quality Nenin. From 8ha, really focusing only on the heart of the plateau. 40% new oak. Now using 5% amphoras for the Cabernet Franc, which has maybe given this touch of reduction. Drinking range: 2026 - 2040 Rating: 93 Jane Anson, Decanter (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU ROUGET Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU ROUGET Pomerol

Release date: 7/6/2021

The 2020 Rouget is laced with lavish, inky fruit, cedar, tobacco, menthol, licorice, cedar and tobacco. Rich, sumptuous and alluring, Rouget is all about immediacy. Plush and silky, with softThe 2020 Rouget is laced with lavish, inky fruit, cedar, tobacco, menthol, licorice, cedar and tobacco. Rich, sumptuous and alluring, Rouget is all about immediacy. Plush and silky, with soft contours and exceptional balance, Rouget delivers the goods, and then some. The forward, lush style is hugely appealing. Drinking range: 2026 - 2040 Rating: 92-94 Antonio Galloni, www.vinous.com (Jun 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU LA VIOLETTE Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU LA VIOLETTE Pomerol

Release date: 7/6/2021

Market Insight: Absolute scarcity again plays a factor here. On average, only 250 cases are made - a result, back vintages like the 2010 are nearing £5,000/6. If you're lucky enough to find anMarket Insight: Absolute scarcity again plays a factor here. On average, only 250 cases are made - a result, back vintages like the 2010 are nearing £5,000/6. If you're lucky enough to find an allocation, don't turn it down.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU LE GAY Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU LE GAY Pomerol

Release date: 7/6/2021

Careful and seductive oaking, this develops and builds in power and finesse over the palate, and is a seriously enjoyable Pomerol, just packed full of appellation typicity. A yield of 35hl/ha,Careful and seductive oaking, this develops and builds in power and finesse over the palate, and is a seriously enjoyable Pomerol, just packed full of appellation typicity. A yield of 35hl/ha, vinified in new oak barrels, and will stay in barrel for 18 months. Drinking range: 2028 - 2042 Rating: 94 Jane Anson, Decanter (May 2021)

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2020 CLOS L'ÉGLISE Pomerol

2020 CLOS L'ÉGLISE Pomerol

Release date: 7/6/2021

The 2020 Clos L'Eglise is outrageously vivid and hauntingly beautiful. Inky red fruit, wild flowers, mint and rose petal come alive in the glass, all framed by powerful yet well-balanced tannins.The 2020 Clos L'Eglise is outrageously vivid and hauntingly beautiful. Inky red fruit, wild flowers, mint and rose petal come alive in the glass, all framed by powerful yet well-balanced tannins. Although the 2020 is a young, structured wine, its balance is absolutely impeccable. I can't wait to taste it from bottle. It is a super showing from Hélène Garcin and Patrice Lévêque. Drinking range: 2035 - 2050 Rating: 95-97 Antonio Galloni, www.vinous.com (Jun 2021)

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2020 CLOS DU CLOCHER Pomerol

2020 CLOS DU CLOCHER Pomerol

Release date: 7/6/2021

Beautiful depth to the aromatics on the nose; this is an extremely well controlled and well delivered wine, with a ton of plump raspberry, blueberry and loganberry fruits with texture and juice inBeautiful depth to the aromatics on the nose; this is an extremely well controlled and well delivered wine, with a ton of plump raspberry, blueberry and loganberry fruits with texture and juice in them. The depth of flavour that you expect from Clos du Clocher is here in spades, chewy, tangy tannins build up on the finish to give an insight into how well it will age. After a few minutes in the glass, things broaden and soften, and the Pomerol signature seduction comes in, as do waves of violets. A yield of 45hl/ha. 60% new oak. 3.62pH. Drinking range: 2025 - 2042 Rating: 95 Jane Anson, Decanter (May 2021)

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2020 LA PETITE ÉGLISE Pomerol

2020 LA PETITE ÉGLISE Pomerol

Release date: 4/6/2021

This is a slightly more angular and slightly less juicy version of the Grand Vin with a lighter fruit feel throughout and a tangier finish. The length is still prodigious and the oak seems a littleThis is a slightly more angular and slightly less juicy version of the Grand Vin with a lighter fruit feel throughout and a tangier finish. The length is still prodigious and the oak seems a little more prominent, so I would give it at least seven or eight years before uncorking a bottle for a peep at the contents, but I am sure that this will be remembered as a stunning second wine in 2020. Rating: 17.5 Matthew Jukes www.matthewjukes.com (Jun 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU GAZIN Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU GAZIN Pomerol

Release date: 3/6/2021

Market Insight: We were hugely impressed by the 2020 Gazin, and it has rightfully been well acclaimed by the critics with more scores in the mid-90s across the board. Pretty smart on the back ofMarket Insight: We were hugely impressed by the 2020 Gazin, and it has rightfully been well acclaimed by the critics with more scores in the mid-90s across the board. Pretty smart on the back of Neal's solid 95-97 point score from last year. Whilst the 2010, a good benchmark, might not currently trade at much of a premium, it is worth betting on the brand rising in general. The 2020 is s delight from the start with great feel. Nicely balanced. Good depth. Deliciously ripe plum and dark berry-fruit, with gentle spice and kick - delivered in such a classy poised manner. A fabulous example of how good the Merlot can be in Pomerol this year.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU LES CRUZELLES Lalande de Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU LES CRUZELLES Lalande de PomerolPRIMEUR FAVOURITES

Release date: 27/5/2021

Stands out from La Chenade in the vintage, with its velvet texture and a more serious sculpted feel overall. Tobacco and liquorice notes besides black cherry and raspberry fruits, good tension,Stands out from La Chenade in the vintage, with its velvet texture and a more serious sculpted feel overall. Tobacco and liquorice notes besides black cherry and raspberry fruits, good tension, serious but with Lalande-de-Pomerol unfussy appeal. 3.72pH. A yield of 38hl/ha. Drinking range: 2023 - 2034 Rating: 94 Jane Anson, Decanter (May 2021)

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2020 LA CHENADE Lalande de Pomerol

2020 LA CHENADE Lalande de Pomerol

Release date: 27/5/2021

The 2020 La Chenade is fleshy and succulent right out of the gate. Sweet red cherry, red plum, spice, mint and sweet pipe tobacco lend quite a bit of aromatic presence to this super-expressiveThe 2020 La Chenade is fleshy and succulent right out of the gate. Sweet red cherry, red plum, spice, mint and sweet pipe tobacco lend quite a bit of aromatic presence to this super-expressive Lalande de Pomerol from the Durantou family. As always, La Chenade is 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc, with the Franc especially marked in this vintage in the wine's aromatics and structural feel. A few years in the bottle will be essential. Drinking range: 2025 - 2035 Rating: 90-92 Antonio Galloni, www.vinous.com (Jun 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU LA CROIX SAINT GEORGES Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU LA CROIX SAINT GEORGES Pomerol

Release date: 26/5/2021

Sleek, elegant and balanced, sets the pace on the attack and keeps to it. Plenty of well defined and confident black and red berry fruits, and a gloss of smoke.Sleek, elegant and balanced, sets the pace on the attack and keeps to it. Plenty of well defined and confident black and red berry fruits, and a gloss of smoke. Drinking range: 2024 - 2034 Rating: 92 Jane Anson, Decanter (May 2021)

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2020 ENCLOS TOURMALINE Pomerol

2020 ENCLOS TOURMALINE Pomerol

Release date: 4/5/2021

There is a swirling mass of black fruit in this wine and it is soaked in oak, too, so the whole experience is heady, rich and a tiny bit overwhelming. Dry and actively tannic, and with a brief hintThere is a swirling mass of black fruit in this wine and it is soaked in oak, too, so the whole experience is heady, rich and a tiny bit overwhelming. Dry and actively tannic, and with a brief hint of the cooling herbal note which other wines show more prominently, this is a powerful 2020 and a wine that needs at least ten years under its belt before you open a bottle. There is no doubt that the quality of the fruit is very good and so I have no doubt that it will balance out nicely in time. Rating: 17.5+ Matthew Jukes www.matthewjukes.com (Jun 2021)

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2018 CHÂTEAU SERGANT Lalande de Pomerol

2018 CHÂTEAU SERGANT Lalande de Pomerol

The 2018 Sergant, which impressed from barrel, has a captivating bouquet of precise black cherry, wild strawberry and rose petal aromas that waft from the glass. The palate is well balanced withThe 2018 Sergant, which impressed from barrel, has a captivating bouquet of precise black cherry, wild strawberry and rose petal aromas that waft from the glass. The palate is well balanced with fine-grained tannins, a silky-smooth texture and beautifully integrated oak toward the finish. This is a top-quality Lalande de Pomerol, a bit of a hidden gem. Go seek! Drink 2022 – 2034 Rating: 93 Neal Martin, www.vinous.com (Apr 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU L'ÉVANGILE Pomerol Château L'Évangile

2020 CHÂTEAU L'ÉVANGILE Pomerol Château L'Évangile

Described as a new age for l’Evangile by the estate, their 2020 Château L'Evangile showed beautifully, with the pure, elegant yet still ripe, beautifully concentrated style of the estate these days.Described as a new age for l’Evangile by the estate, their 2020 Château L'Evangile showed beautifully, with the pure, elegant yet still ripe, beautifully concentrated style of the estate these days. Rocking levels of crème de cassis, black cherries, blueberries, graphite, and violets all emerge from the glass, and it's medium to full-bodied, with a terrific sense of purity, present, ripe yet firm tannins, and a great finish. It's a promising, elegant yet at the same time powerful 2020 that's going to benefit from 4-5 years of bottle age and keep for 20-25 years or more. The blend is 88% Merlot and 12% Cabernet Franc, all raised in 60% new French oak. Rating: 95-97 Jeb Dunnuck - www.robertparker.com (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU LE PIN Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU LE PIN Pomerol

Market Insight: Le Pin continues to benefit from its scarcity and sterling reputation. If you are able to find an En Primeur allocation, it will almost certainly be worth purchasing.Market Insight: Le Pin continues to benefit from its scarcity and sterling reputation. If you are able to find an En Primeur allocation, it will almost certainly be worth purchasing.L&S (May 2021)

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2020 CHÂTEAU GUILLOT CLAUZEL Pomerol

2020 CHÂTEAU GUILLOT CLAUZEL Pomerol

This has a ton of perfume and charm, so much juice and Pomerol appeal. Plenty of chocolate and autumnal berry fruit a sappy if austere finish. An enjoyable, appealing and heartfelt Pomerol, reallyThis has a ton of perfume and charm, so much juice and Pomerol appeal. Plenty of chocolate and autumnal berry fruit a sappy if austere finish. An enjoyable, appealing and heartfelt Pomerol, really one to recommend and to track down. Third vintage with Guillaume Thienpont as consultant and viticulturist, a little less Cabernet Franc this year due to a low 30hl/ha yield. Drinking range: 2024 - 2038 Rating: 93 Jane Anson, Decanter (May 2021)

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