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Brighton D.
Brighton D.
1995 - Mouton-Rothschild
Ugh.
Nov 15, 2014
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
I had just poured myself a dinklage of this wine when the following thought occured to me: call me "crazy," but Borneo has always reminded me of the Caribbean isle of Solooronada (shortened from the original Spanish phrase "no tenemos nada de oro, por favor déjenos solos" meaning, "we do not have any gold please leave us alone"). I see in both a foolishness in its people, that not only resisted (in vain) the kind, parental hand of civilization but the proud, fortune-making tradition of slave trade. Hopefully other dirty, poory nations can learn from their mistakes. Ugh.
Paul P.
Paul P.
1995 - Mouton-Rothschild
It hurts
May 14, 2012
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
My last mouton 95 and now I will be unable to drink my 100 bottle cellar.Due to my ambush I have all top harlan,abreu,colgin,and some other amazing 2001 ,2002 & I think a Clarendon astralis,and Intregrity 2003?I was shot and must part with my wines & single malts & even 2 antique louis XII.Well anyone near Vermont,southeat,by Brattleboro if you want the perfect wines for any baby boomer,these are perfect.I didn't want to wait for a better vintage because I was looking for wines I would still enjoy & taste them,I have Harlan estate 2001 3-4 1-1994.Best to call or come on up.If you buy enough or all,I'll throw in a wine cellar.(100 btl enclosed)cost approx $1400 802 365 9795 evenings or during the afternoon 12-2 is good. Enjoy..because I can only rarely enjoy wines or my extinct single malts worth approx 40K.
Larry M.
Larry M.
2005 - Margaux, Chateau
Nov 19, 2011
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
Richard M.
Richard M.
9998 - Lafite-Rothschild
May 14, 2011
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
Gurgen K.
Gurgen K.
2000 - Angelus
Feb 04, 2011
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
Grace
Grace
1997 - Leoville-Poyferre
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star
This wine reminded me of a field of flowers. It was a very elegant glass red wine  with awesome flavors and wonderful aromas.I recomend you drink it at sunset.
Sashapasha
Sashapasha
1997 - Leoville-Poyferre
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star
I was shocked at how good this wine was It was so good I made me want to dance.
Drewswine
Drewswine
2001 - Leoville-Poyferre
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star
We went over to friends house to have some dinner and they served this wine it was so good and had anin your face attiutde with alot of texture.  (This is not my friends house but  I thought it was cool.)
Familyman
Familyman
1996 - Meyney
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star
I droped the kids off at there friends house where they are going to stay the night. My wife and I sat back and enjoyed a glass of wine and watched the cat chase his toy. This was so funny to watch I wish I would have had a camera but this video well have to do.
Bob F.
Bob F.
1994 - Chasse-Spleen
No game??
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
This wine did NOT have much Game to it. A least that's what my son said. What ever that means. But I thought this video was fitting. If any know what that means leave me a comment on my profile.
Bob F.
Bob F.
1996 - Chasse-Spleen
Nov 03, 2010
1 star
Bordeauxs I have had in the past where better. But not many if any where much worse. This wine tanked: It was so gross I could not stand this wine.
jorray
jorray
2004 - Chateau d'Aiguilhe Querre
Balanced and light.
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star
The Chateau D'Aiguilhe Querre, Cotes de Castillon, 2004, is deep magenta red in the glass.Aromas are deep and engaging... violets, ripe plum, touch of leather. Suggests a smooth, supple taste. Let's see...Yes, quite round on the palate. First impression is that of a light balance... sort of like balancing a feather. Just a tiny bit of fruit - not much. Just a tiny bit 0f tannin - not much. Just a tiny bit of acid - not much. Just a bit of bright finish - not much. Despite the missing concentration, it pulls together wonderfully for immediate drinking. Three stars out of five, with a plus for the exquisite balance. I have a hunch it would break apart pretty quickly with too much age - better approached in the first few years of life.More reviews at spiritofwine.blogspot.com
jorray
jorray
2004 - Rollan de By
Intense experience
Nov 03, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
Rollan de By is a merlot-driven blend from the Medoc in France. Deep red/opaque. Pushes bold aromas out, reminiscent of old Inglenook cabs. Good ole' wood and leather. Delivers a mouthful of intense substance - dark ripe fruit, round wood, notable tannins and acids, a lengthy finish, with waves of finish reminding you about what you just experienced. Outstanding. Four stars out of five.More reviews at spiritofwine.blogspot.com.
Tada S.
Tada S.
1999 - Sociando-Mallet
Amazing!!!!
Jul 24, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star

red-black, robust fruit: blueberries,plums,mint,chocolate and black coffee. Flavour: spicy, long tail. Full body. 

Julian C.
Julian C.
2005 - Jean de gue, Chateau Lalande de Pomerol Cuvee Prestige
Château Jean de Gue
Mar 07, 2010
1 star 1 star 1 star
Plummy, dark red. Spicy cedar on a sweet fruity with an interesting cologne  aroma. Lively and clean on the palate with good grip and a medium length.  Drinking much better the following day.
Cory G.
Cory G.
2005 - Goulee
Sep 23, 2009
1 star 1 star 1 star
Dark, dense, opaque red to cherry red rim.  Dusty nose full of spice, soft blackberry and cherry fruit with a touch of oak, menthol, and some eucalyptus.  Soft entry onto the palate , this medium-bodied wine features flavors of cherry and blackberry carried through to the medium length finish by a hint of mint, dried tobacco, and a touch of dried herbs.  Shows great balance between acid, tannins, and alcohol. Drink now - 2015
Cory G.
Cory G.
2006 - Grand Destieu
Aug 24, 2009
1 star 1 star 1 star
Medium ruby red with wide pink rim. A blockbuster nose full of dusty dark fruit and spice leads to a medium-bodied palate loaded with black fruits and cassis. This opened up exceptionally well with air, and I would cellar it for a few years to drink at its full potential. At under $20, this easily drinks like it's twice the price.
Cory G.
Cory G.
2006 - d'Armailhac
Aug 18, 2009
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
Classic Bordeaux.  This features a bright, dark shiny red color with a red rim.  The nose is full of earth, barnyard, and dark, ripe red fruits.  Very soft on the palate entry, this full bodied wine features flavors of cassis and dark fruit with a hint of smoke and oak.  Soft tannins make this easy to drink, delicious.
Arnold L.
Arnold L.
2005 - Aromes de Pavie
Inky goodness
Aug 14, 2009
1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star
I enjoyed this wine in a tasting of 5 2005 Red Bordeaux's.  This wine was more inky in color and rich in comparison to the others.  Reminded me of some Washington or California blends where the Cab Franc comes through, (L'Ecole 41's Perigee from 2004 in particular).  Some nice soft earth tones shone through.  Delicious. 

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