11 November 2016
Château Cheval-Blanc 2003
Saint-Émilion, 1er grand cru classé (A)
Offered in two six-bottle original wooden cases
Tasting note: 56% Cabernet Franc. Wonderfully deep, fairly intense ; difficult to smell in the chai but sweet and sweaty (tannins); sweet on the palate, soft, touch of tar. Attractive. Relatively early developer. At the château, April 2004 (****) 2010 - 2020. MB.
12 bottles per lot
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