Château-Canon-La-Gaffelière St. Emilion 2010 - Bottle Shop of Spring Lake

Château-Canon-La-Gaffelière St. Emilion 2010

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Château-Canon-La-Gaffelière St. Emilion 2010


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The wines of Château Canon La Gaffelière have been certified organic. They are classy, remarkably well-structured, complex, pure, and always elegant.
Category Red Wine
Region France, Bordeaux, St. Emilion
Brand Château-Canon-La-Gaffelière
Alcohol/vol 14.5%
  • ws96

Wine SpectatorThis takes the power of the vintage and puts it in its pocket for later, preferring instead to let mouthwatering briar, loganberry, mulberry and blackberry fruit strut its way forward, enlivened with roasted wood spice and supported by suavely but thoroughly embedded iron-tinged structure. Should cruise for two decades. Best from 2016 through 2035.

James Molesworth, March 31, 2013
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Wine AdvocateThis wine shows wonderfully exotic tapenade, licorice, Christmas fruitcake, cedar wood, blackberry and sweet cherry notes in its strikingly provocative aromatics. On the palate, the wine is dense and full-bodied, with stunning concentration, purity, texture and length. It is full-bodied, silky smooth and seems to have more in common with the 2009 than one might expect, although the freshness and tannin levels are slightly more elevated. Drink it over the next 20+ years.

Robert Parker, February 27, 2013
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Wine EnthusiastA beautifully structured wine that is both ripe and elegant. It is bolstered by tannins, the acidity a great cutting edge. The black currant fruits are already delicious, although the tannins promise a great future.

Roger Voss, June 1, 2011
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VinousGood bright ruby-red. Expressive aromas of black raspberry, cassis, licorice, caramel and smoky oak are complicated by leather and game nuances. Large-scaled, rich and sweet but with harmonious acidity giving shape to the broad black and blue fruit flavors. Finishes rich and long, with surprising lift and plush, sweet tannins that reach the incisors. This is pure and balanced from the start and should age gracefully for a couple decades.

Stephen Tanzer, July 2013