Chateau Rouget 2012 Pomerol wine

Chateau Rouget
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A rare Bordeaux wine from Chateau Rouget 2012 Pomerol wine

The Wine Advocate, tasting notes ranking 92, Drink Date 2015 - 2030
The 2012 boasts a deep blue/purple color along with a big, sweet nose of kirsch liqueur, lavender, balsam wood, truffles and lead pencil shavings. The complex aromatics are followed by a full-bodied, opulently-textured, fleshy wine that has more in common with a 2009 than most 2012s tend to possess. This outstanding sleeper of the vintage should drink well for 10-15 years.

Proprietor Jean-Pierre Labruyere has done a magnificent job of resurrecting Rouget despite the fact that this is not one of the best terroirs. Since Labruyere has had control, the wine has gone from strength to strength. It is a large vineyard by Pomerol standards (42 acres), and the final blend for the 2012 is 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc.

The Pomerol plateau is located near Libourne, North East of Bordeaux. It slopes down across various terraces towards the Isle valley, a tributary of the Dordogne River.

Stocked stored in our warehouse in Derbyshire, we deliver to all of the UK

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Bottle size- 75cl

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