Château Rauzan-Ségla 2001
• Domaine: Château Rauzan-Ségla
• A.O.C: Margaux
• Classification: Second Growth, 2ème Grand Cru Classé in 1855
"Notes of new saddle leather, dried Provencal herbs, and a hint of lavender jump from the glass of this deep ruby/purple-tinged Margaux. The complex aromatics are followed by a sweet attack, but some narrowing on the mid-palate and finish is apparent. Pure and elegant, it is ideal for near term drinking. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2015." - Robert Parker Jr., The Wine Advocate (6/22/2004, Issue 153), Ratings: 89, Drink: 2008-2015
"Beautiful aromas of spices, berries and plums follow through to a medium- to full-bodied palate, with very fine tannins and a pretty, delicious finish. All in finesse. Best after 2008. 9,165 cases made." Wine Spectator (03/31/2004), Rating: 91, Drink from: 2008
"Medium-deep red. Sexy aromas of raspberry, boysenberry, cedar and spicy oak. Intensely flavored, supple and suave; not especially fleshy or sweet but fresh and surprisingly open today. Offers excellent palate coverage and length. Has plenty of underlying structure but has not yet closed down after the bottling." Stephen Tanzer, Vinous.com (03/01/2004), Rating: 89
"Quite dark crimson. Scented, really very aromatic and Margaux-ish. A little sweetness at the beginning. Heavier than some. Still quite a bit of chew." JancisRobinson.com (03/01/2012), Rating: 17, Drink from: 2014-2030
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