2010 Le Dome - St.-Emilion
Wine Spectator: 93 Points
"Ripe, but very lively, with the blueberry, blackberry and boysenberry fruit bouncing along nicely, while spice and fruitcake notes are already melding into the core. Shows judicious toast and ample length, with some serious power in reserve."
Wine Advocate: 100 Points
"A full-bodied wine, but ethereal in its elegance and finesse, the wine has a strikingly provocative bouquet of camphor, blueberry jam, violets, new saddle leather, white chocolate and spice. Extremely full-bodied, but again, not showing any weighty fatigue or any type of aggressiveness, this wine has extraordinary purity and richness as well as a blockbuster finish of close to a minute, yet is so flawless, seamless and compelling, it’s hard to believe the wine is this concentrated and rich. It will be interesting to see how it evolves, but it certainly can be drunk in 3-4 years and, I’m sure, cellared for as long as 25-35 years from now." -Robert Parker
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