Wertung
92/100
Château Poujeaux 2009
Grand Cru Bourgeois, Moulis en Médoc AC, MC
Bordeaux
2009
75 cl
 
Wertung
92/100
Château Poujeaux 2009
Grand Cru Bourgeois, Moulis en Médoc AC, MC
Bordeaux
2009
75 cl
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, ergänzt mit je 5% Cabernet Franc und Petit Verdot. Für Poujeaux typisch dunkles Purpurrot, am Gaumen konzentrierte dunkle Beerenfrucht wie Cassis, Heidelbeeren und Brombeeren. Ein Hauch von rauchiger und würziger Aromatik kombiniert mit mineralischer Frische. Ein kräftiger, opulenter Rotwein mit cremiger Textur und guter Länge.
Art. Nr. 12728
Verfügbare Menge 1202
Anzahl
Preis/Fl.
CHF  46.00 exkl. 7.7% MwSt
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92
Wine Advocate
Robert M. Parker, Jr.
The final blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot was cropped very low at 35 hectoliters per hectare. Deep purple, with a nose of subtle smoke, graphite, blueberry and black raspberry fruit as well as some spring flowers, in the mouth a touch of oak makes an appearance, but the wine is full-bodied, rich, inky and unctuously textured due to the high glycerin and alcohol that hits 14% plus. This beauty should drink well for up to two decades.The finest wine I have tasted from Poujeaux over the last 33 years, the 2009 is the second vintage under the ownership of the Cuvelier family, who made the absolutely monumental 2009 Clos Fourtet. This large vineyard of over 100 acres has always had a relatively lofty reputation for the best wine of Moulis. The consultants on the 2009 were Nicolas Thienpont and Stephane Derenoncourt, and they have produced a blockbuster Poujeaux that certainly qualifies as one of the sleepers of the vintage it is a wine to seek out, as it is reasonably priced.

92
Vinous
Stephen Tanzer
(50% cabernet sauvignon, 40% merlot and 5% each petit verdot and cabernet franc): Bright ruby-red. Cassis, blueberry, graphite and smoky oak aromas are lifted by a floral element. Broad, rich and enveloping, with a restrained sweetness to the pliant flavors of dark berries, spices and graphite. Layered, minerally and long, with firm, building tannins coating the front teeth. Really splendid density and texture for Moulis wine, and a great vintage for Poujeaux. This large chateau, among the finest properties in Moulis, was purchased in 2008 by Philippe Cuvelier, who also owns Clos Fourtet. The same team of manager Nicolas Thienpont and enologist Stephane Derenoncourt was responsible for superb 2009s at both estates.