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2015 Pomerol

Colour Red
Origin France, Bordeaux
Sub-district Pomerol & Lalande de Pomerol
Village Pomerol
ABV 14%

100% Merlot, micro-vinified in barrels. Richly dense and creamy, a big, supple, round wine from a great terroir between Le Pin and Trotanoy. For now it's more about the front than the finish, but impressive all the same. Rating: 93-94 L&S (Apr 2016)

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Very attractive and vibrant purple berries, dark cherries, blueberries, fresh earth and violets on the nose. This is a pretty wine with real purpose. The palate delivers a sleeve of perfectly ripe dark-plum and blueberry flavors and makes a deep-set impression via succulent, lustrous tannins that roll smooth and deep. Fresh, earthy finish. Superb wine. Drinking range: 2024 - Rating: 98 James Suckling, (Feb 2018)

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A Péré-Vergé cuvée of course, from 100% Merlot vines on the plateau, made using vinification integrale including a ten-day cold maceration. The alcohol is 14.5%. A rather perfumed, somewhat dusty character to the nose, with hedgerow fruits, tense and fresh, with a little peony and floral black cherry blossom. This is very fresh and pure on the start of the palate, very precise, with pencil-drawn fruits, ripe and polished tannins, firm but with seamless integration around the wine. A very delicate poise here, but this is something you see at Le Gay during the primeurs I think. A really charming style here, substantial though, and ripe. There is a pile of vanillin lactone oak suppressing the fruit at present, but that will integrate with time. Fine potential here, although I wouldn't at the moment place it ahead of Le Gay. Rating: 17-18/20 Chris Kissack, (Apr 2016)

Château La Violette

The wines of Château la Violette should be good but, in truth, have only achieved their potential since the vineyard was bought by Catherine Pere-Verge in 2006. The 1.6 ha vineyard sits atop the Pomerol plateau, next to Château Trotanoy and very near Le Pin. Another plot of vines near to Feytit Clinet that came with the purchase is now used for Château Montveil in order to preserve the absolute quality of Château la Violette. With no chai at la Violette, the wines are made at Château le Gay. It is a tiny vineyard – 1.8ha – and the yields are very small. The vines, many of which are over 60 years old, are 100% Merlot and are planted on clay and gravel soil.

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