Château Rauzan-Segla Margaux 2010

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SKU 13659

750ml

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Rauzan Segla has been producing wine for more than three centuries. Classified as a second growth estate in 1855, this Margaux vineyard is planted to 54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% Merlot, 4% Petit Verdot and 1% Cabernet Franc, with vines averaging 30 years. The estate can trace its history back to 1661, when the vineyard was created by Pierre des Mesures de Rauzan, who at the time was also the owner of the vineyards that now make up Pichon Lalande and Pichon Baron. Robert Parker is a fan of Rauzan Segla and considers it a classic example of Margaux: 'Today, the quality of recent wines puts this estate clearly in the elite group of Bordeaux super-seconds.'
Category Red Wine
Varietals
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Appellation Margaux
Brand Château Rauzan-Segla
Alcohol/vol 13.9%
  • js98

James SucklingBeautiful clarity of fruit with raspberries and currants on the nose. Roses and other flowers too. It's almost hard to describe, but there's a real purity. Full body, with fabulous balance and depth. It has everything in the right place. Best ever? Try it in 2018.

November 2013
  • we96

Wine EnthusiastOne of the top Margaux wines, this is in top form, finely balanced and as elegant as it is powerful. It is darkly structured, dense yet balancing tannins with ripe black plums. It expresses the complexity of the vintage. A wine for serious, long-term aging.

Roger Voss, February 1, 2013
  • wa95+

Wine AdvocateTo reiterate, the 2010 Rauzan Segla is like a super-duper version of the 1986. Displaying fabulous density, an inky purple color and a superb nose of forest floor with a hint of menthol as well as loads of creme de cassis, mocha and touches of chocolate and subtle oak, this full-bodied, deep, concentrated wine represents only 45% of the estate's production. It is certainly not for those who can't wait a few years for it to round into shape, as I suspect it needs at least 5-8 years of bottle-age, but it should last for half a century or more.

Robert Parker, February 2013
  • ws94

Wine SpectatorFlashy style of Margaux, with alluring warm cocoa and black tea aromatics followed by cashmere-textured plum sauce, steeped fig and blackberry confiture notes. The well-integrated structure makes this seem almost accessible now, but the ample length and a smoldering tobacco note make a case for cellaring. Best from 2014 through 2030. 9,666 cases made.

March 2013