En savoir plus sur Château Haut Brion Graves Pessac Léognan, Guide des vins

En savoir plus sur Château Haut Brion Graves Pessac Léognan, Guide des vins


2018Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)99

Il est rare de trouver la combinaison d’élégance et de puissance que vous trouverez dans le Haut Brion de cette année. Il est incroyablement difficile de produire un vin avec autant de volume, d’harmonie, d’équilibre, de complexité et de raffinement. Une fois que le vin a frappé votre palais, il est impossible de ne pas prendre une autre gorgée juste pour vous assurer que ce n’était pas qu’un rêve. La pureté dans le fruit, la soie dans les tanins, la finale apparemment sans fin associée à la capacité de vieillir pendant des décennies est tout ici à la pelle. Un assemblage de 56% de Merlot, 37,5% de Cabernet Sauvignon et 6,5% de Cabernet Franc avec la récolte du 19 septembre au 13 octobre. Le vin a atteint 14,6% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,8 et 50,6% de la récolte a été placé dans le Grand Vin . 98-100 points

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2018Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)98

Floral avec une forte note de pomelo, de citron Meyer et de cire, le vin est doux, juteux et même un peu miellé. Le grand pourcentage de Sauvignon dans l’assemblage offre la pop dont vous avez besoin. Fabriqué à partir d’un assemblage de 80,6% de sauvignon blanc et de 19,4% de sémillon, il s’agit du pourcentage le plus élevé de sauvignon blanc dans l’assemblage du Haut Brion Blanc.

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2018Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)93

Ce n’est pas souvent qu’un deuxième vin ressemble vraiment à son grand frère ou à sa sœur, mais ici c’est le cas. Offrant toute la feuille de tabac, la boîte à cigares, les fruits rouges et la fumée que vous recherchez dans un Pessac Leognan, c’est un très bon vin. Le vin a été assemblé à partir de 51,3% de merlot, 33% de cabernet sauvignon, 13,1% de cabernet franc et 2,6% de petit verdot. 92-94 points

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2017Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)98

Le parfum est du calcaire, du quartz et du schiste concassé en gravier et abritant un bassin de citrons frais en tranches. Corsé, frais du jardin et si profond que vous pourriez avoir une crise existentielle. Ce vin est concentré, long, brillant et concentré sur les agrumes doux, mûrs et jaunes. Vous sentirez la finale de ce vin ensoleillé pendant près d’une minute. Issu d’un assemblage de 56,2% de sauvignon blanc et 43,8% de sémillon, le vin atteint 14,3% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,22.

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2017Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)97

Tanins mûrs et volume aux bons endroits, ce vin séduit par sa verve et sa profondeur de saveur, sa longueur et sa complexité et se rapproche des tanins. Et à mon avis, trop instruit et parfois pompeux, le vin va nécessiter un minimum de 12 à 15 ans de vieillissement avant de devenir suffisamment civilisé pour boire. Assemblage de 53% Merlot, 40,7% Cabernet Sauvignon et 4,4% Cabernet Franc avec une vendange du 31 août au 29 septembre, le vin atteint 14,25% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,73 et représente 45% du Grand Vin.

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2017Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)93

Soyeux et poli, élégant et énergique, ce délice offre facilement son essence de cassis fumé, mi-corsé et son caractère épicé et devrait être agréable avec seulement quelques années d’âge en bouteille.

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2016Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)100

Le nez, avec ses sensations KO de fumée, de menthe, de papier à cigare, de tabac et de crème de cassis est décroché. Pour de nombreux amateurs de vin, cela suffirait. Mais pour moi, c’est l’élégance, la concentration, la complexité, la longueur sans fin et les textures sensuelles qui frappent l’oeil de boeuf. C’est un de ces vins de rêve que si vous pouvez vous le permettre, il appartient à votre cave!

3,534 Vues Dégusté

De couleur très foncée, avec juste un peu de pourpre dans l’éclat, le vin est la combinaison parfaite de pureté, puissance, raffinement, complexité et longueur. Pas aussi puissant que les autres millésimes récents, on retrouve plus d’élégance en bouche. La finale prend de l’intensité passant d’une saveur à l’autre, vous laissant avec ce sentiment de pureté et de tabac à cigares cubain. Le vin est issu d’un assemblage de 56% de merlot, 37,5% de cabernet sauvignon et 6,5% de cabernet franc. Le vin atteint 13,9% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,67. La vendange s’est déroulée du 19 septembre au 13 octobre. Le vin représente 53% du Grand Vin.

10,270 Vues Dégusté 99

2016Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)96

Les pommes Juicy Granny Smith, le zeste de citron, la mangue et le pamplemousse avec une cuillerée de vanille produisent un parfum fabuleux. Mais c’est en bouche, avec sa touche piquante de citron Meyer juste pressé et son acidité vivifiante, qu’il ramène le tout à la maison. Faites vieillir cette beauté pendant une décennie ou deux, et vous aurez quelque chose de vraiment spécial dans votre verre!

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2016Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)93

Raffiné, équilibré, soyeux et frais, le vin montre déjà ses fruits fumés, terreux et caillouteux. Mi-corsé et avec une belle touche salée des tanins, donnez ce 4-5 ans dans votre cave et profitez-en pendant les 15 prochaines années après cela ..

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Vin élégant et fin avec des couches de doux, mûr, juteux, cassis, mûre, expresso, épice, terre et tabac. Frais, propre, complexe et long, il est difficile de croire que c’est le deuxième vin! Le vin est issu de l’assemblage de 51,3% de merlot, 33% de cabernet sauvignon, 13,1% de cabernet franc et 2,6% de petit verdot. Le vin a atteint 13,6% d’alcool.

2,739 Vues Dégusté 94

2015Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)100

Si la couleur ne vous fait pas savoir que vous voulez vous régaler, le nez va vous renverser avec ses notes florales, fumées, de cigare, de cerise noire et de cassis. La pureté des fruits ici est hors des cartes. Le vin est tout au sujet de ses textures de soie et de velours à partir de ce moment. La finale est si vaste, on a l’impression qu’elle continue, se déplaçant à travers un éventail de saveurs longtemps après avoir mis le vin où il était censé aller. C’est le meilleur vin jamais produit par Jean Philippe Delmas. Bravo!

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C’est la texture sensuelle qui fait vraiment ce vin rock! La sensation est pure soie et velours et le parfum impressionnant séduit par ses arômes floraux, fumés, de mûre de Boysen, de cassis et terreux. Ce vin a une belle couleur, un volume réel, une profondeur de saveur et malgré le fait qu’il soit assez riche en alcool, il n’y a pas de sensation de lourdeur ou de chaleur. Il manque la profondeur du 2009 mais il offre plus d’élégance et de soie en bouche. Issu d’un assemblage de 50% Merlot, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon et 8% Cabernet Franc, le vin atteint 14,9% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,73 et représente 55% de la récolte. 98 – 100 points

9,323 Vues Dégusté 99

2015Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)99

Avec une profondeur de saveur, vous trouverez plusieurs couches de pomelo juteux, frais, de pomme verte, de chèvrefeuille, de roches concassées et de poires mûres. Il est difficile de dire si c’est la pureté, la longueur, la complexité ou la richesse qui me frappe le plus. Le vin est incroyablement difficile à trouver et incroyablement cher, mais pour les amateurs de vin sans budget, c’est l’équivalent de presque tous les grands vins blancs du monde.

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Un mélange d’agrumes frais pressés, de fleurs, de lait caillé de citron, de chèvrefeuille et de roches est là où ils doivent être. Incroyablement frais, vibrant, vif et richement texturé, les fruits jaune vif se distinguent vraiment à la fin. Le vin est issu d’un assemblage à 69% de sauvignon blanc et 31% de sémillon. Le vin a atteint 14,3% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,14. La récolte a eu lieu entre le 28 août et le 7 septembre.

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2015Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)93

Fruits élégants, polis et soyeux, avec une pureté et une complexité de longueur, associés à la capacité de vieillir pendant une décennie ou plus. Le vin est sur le côté des fruits rouges mûrs de la gamme de style, avec raffinement et pureté.

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Les mûres fumées, les prunes et les cerises noires offrent un plaisir texturé soyeux, luxuriant, riche, mûr et souple. Il est difficile de croire qu’un vin aussi bon soit seulement son deuxième vin. Produit à partir de 57% de merlot, 42% de cabernet sauvignon et 1% de cabernet franc, ce vin a atteint 14,6% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,73. 91 – 93 points

2,748 Vues Dégusté 92

2014Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)97

Le pamplemousse à base de minéraux, la citronnelle, les fleurs, la croûte d’agrumes, le miel et la vanille éveillent votre curiosité et vos sens tandis que les couches de zeste d’agrumes, de crème au citron et de miel vous attirent pour un long, frais, inoubliable, zippy, expansif, agrumes trempé, finition brillante. Le vin a été élaboré à partir d’un assemblage de 55% de sauvignon blanc et 45% de sémillon, atteignant 14,75% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,2. 97 Pts

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2014Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)96

Couleur rubis profond, doux, frais et concentré avec des couches de fruits luxuriants, doux, rouges et noirs, ce vin est soutenu par la fumée, le tabac et le goudron. Soyeux, doux et concentré avec des tanins veloutés coulant de cassis pur, la fraîcheur est agréable en bouche et ne fera que s’améliorer. Le vin est issu d’un assemblage de 65,5% de merlot, 32,5% de cabernet sauvignon et 2% de cabernet franc. Le vin atteint 14,25% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,67. 94-96 points

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2014Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)89

Eau de forêt, framboise noire et une note de thym au nez, ce vin mi-corsé est doux, souple, frais et sert une finale cerise pure. Le vin a été produit à partir de 80% de merlot, 16% de cabernet sauvignon et 4% de cabernet franc. 89-91 pts

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2013Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)97

Vif, brillant, doux, juste pressé, agrumes jaunes, avec une acidité brûlante, le vin me fait penser au jus de pamplemousse frais arrosé sur les rochers sous le soleil brûlant.

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Avec 66% de sauvignon blanc et 34% de sémillon, le vin explose de pamplemousse, de chèvrefeuille, de zeste de citron miellé, de noix, d’éléments floraux et minéraux dans le parfum. En bouche, le vin est dense, équilibré, long et doux avec une finale qui se poursuit du début à la fin. Extrêmement cher, mais si vous avez de l’argent, c’est un vin formidable. 97-98 pts

3,504 Vues Dégusté 98

2013Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)94

Peut-être le vin du millésime avec ses framboises fraîches, douces et noires, son cassis et sa personnalité terreuse. Le vin offre du volume pour l’année difficile et le type de personnalité qui fait défaut à de nombreux vins en 2013.

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D’une robe rubis profond, le vin s’ouvre sur un nez fumé, tabac, terre, cassis et mûre. Les tanins élégants et soyeux, la cerise fraîche et le cassis sont en bouche et se prolongent jusqu’à la finale. Associant 50% de merlot, 45,5% de cabernet sauvignon et 4,5% de cabernet franc, le vin atteint 13,1% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,6. De rendements de 26,7 hectolitres à l’hectare, ce qui représente 45% de la récolte. Très peu de Cabernet Franc a été ajouté au mélange en 2013 en raison de la quantité massive de pluie 24 heures avant la cueillette. 92-94 points

7,390 Vues Dégusté 92

2013Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)89

Pessac Leognan mi-corsé, finement corsé, avec de la cassis, de la terre et du tabac. Donnez-lui encore un an ou deux pour un peu plus de développement et de douceur.

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Mi-corsé avec des fruits rouges frais et un caractère ouvert et épicé, ce vin sera mieux apprécié sur le côté jeune. 87-89 pts

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2012Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)97

Tannique et construit pour vieillir, le vin ne va pas être amusant à boire jeune. Il faudra au moins une décennie pour que les couches de fruits frais, mûrs et fumés et de textures polies, luxuriantes, douces et élégantes commencent à s’ouvrir et à montrer leurs complexités.

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De couleur rubis profond, le vin offre du goudron, de la fumée, de la mûre de Boysen, du chocolat, de la liqueur de cerise, de la fumée et des notes terreuses. Puissant, riche, concentré et regorgeant de couches de mûre, de mûre de Boysen et de cassis denses, sombres, profondes, fraîches et pures, le vin impressionne vraiment par sa longue finale expansive, polie et raffinée. Ce n’est pas une giroflée d’un vin. Produit à partir d’un assemblage de 65% de merlot, 33% de cabernet sauvignon et 2% de cabernet franc, 2012 est peut-être la plus petite quantité de cabernet franc associée au pourcentage le plus élevé de merlot utilisé pour le haut brion. Ce vin demande et attire l’attention. 95-98 pts

7,572 Vues Dégusté 96

2012Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)97

Les senteurs de citron vert, de citron et de fleurs se marient parfaitement avec des couches grasses, concentrées, fraîches et vivantes de fruits riches, luxuriants, mûrs, denses, sucrés, de fleurs et de pierre concassée. C’est incroyablement long, complexe et vibrant.

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Le miel, la cire d’abeille, le Midori aigre, la cire de citron, les fleurs, les épices et les citrons Meyer frais créent un parfum complexe. Corsé, riche et intense, le vin est incroyablement frais, vif et en bouche, finissant avec une intensité de saveurs sérieuse. 95-97 pts

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2012Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)90

Joli poli au fruit, long, mi-corsé, avec de la fraîcheur et des fruits mûrs avec beaucoup de charme. Il y a un soupçon de rusticité dans les tanins qui peut être détecté dans la note finale.

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Avec des baies rouges et noires fumées, ce vin a un corps moyen avec une finale courte et douce. 89-91 pts

3,536 Vues Dégusté 90

2011Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)98

De superbes niveaux d’agrumes, de miel, de fleurs, de vanille et de citron caillé vif, frais, vif, à base de minéraux qui se dilatent et persistent.

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De puissants parfums d’ananas, de chèvrefeuille, de pierre et de citron frais se transforment en une sensation en peluche, soyeuse, douce et enrobante de fraîcheur de velours citron qui persiste et se développe.

2,743 Vues Dégusté 97

Assemblant 57,9% de sémillon et 42,1% de sauvignon blanc, il a produit un vin qui a atteint 14,4% d’alcool et vieilli dans 50% de fûts neufs. – Réveillez-vous le matin, prenez une assiette d’agrumes mûrs et commencez à presser le pamplemousse, le citron, le citron vert et la mandarine. Choisissez des fleurs fraîches, versez-les sur des rochers, ajoutez du miel et un soupçon de gingembre et vous avez le parfum. Emballez un magnum de vin dans une seule bouteille pour obtenir une viscosité et une concentration incroyables qui vous donnent la sensation. Goûtez cet élixir et laissez-le exploser dans votre bouche pendant plus de 60 secondes pour la finale! 97-99 pts

3,808 Vues Dégusté 98

2011Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)94

Des senteurs fumées de fruits noirs, rouges, de tabac, de fleurs, d’espresso et de caramel créent le parfum. Raffiné dans le style, le vin a des tanins doux et une dose libérale de griotte cerise dans la finale élégante. Après avoir goûté quelques millésimes plus légers du Haut Brion au cours des derniers jours, cela devrait bien se développer avec les 5-10 ans.

5,329 Vues Dégusté

Issu d’un assemblage de 46,3% de cabernet sauvignon, 34,8% de merlot et 18,9% de cabernet franc, le vin atteint 13,3% d’alcool. D’une belle robe rubis, le vin offre expresso, terre brûlée, mûre de Boysen, floral, cassis et truffe. Ce vin poli, classique, frais, doux, mûr, chargé de cassis a les tanins pour vieillir et prendra du temps. 94-95 pts

5806 Vues Dégusté 95

2011Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)89

Des notes de caramel avec du tabac et de la cerise douce, vous laisse avec un vin doux, facile à boire, dominé par les fruits rouges avec un caractère fin.

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Issu d’un assemblage de 71,5% de merlot, 22,8% de cabernet sauvignon, 4,5% de cabernet franc et 1,2% de petit verdot, ce vin présente un baiser de chêne avec de la terre, de la cerise noire fumée, des épices et des textures douces. Ce Pessac Leognan poli et facile à aimer a une finition de fruits rouges se boit bien jeune. 88-90 pts

6,032 Vues Dégusté 89

2010Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)100

Arômes intenses et profonds de terre, de bois brûlant, de truffe, de briques chaudes, de goudron, de réglisse, d’expresso, de fumée et de mûre. Il y a un incroyable sentiment de pureté dans le fruit. Le vin est riche, concentré et multiforme. Chaque couche de la finition offre quelque chose de nouveau, ce qui en fait l’un des rares vins auxquels vous souhaitez revenir. Affreusement cher, mais si vous avez de l’argent, associé à la patience de vieillir le vin pendant plus d’une décennie, et probablement plus près de 20 ans, avec une cave froide pour le garder, c’est un vin pour les âges. La finition a continué de croître et de s’étendre pendant près d’une minute.

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Haut-Brion Issu d’un assemblage de 57% de Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% de Merlot et 20% de Cabernet Franc, cet assemblage unique est élaboré à partir de l’une des plus fortes concentrations de Cabernet Sauvignon de l’histoire de la propriété. En 2010, le vin a atteint 14,6% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,63. Cette combinaison permet une plus grande maturité ainsi qu’une plus grande fraîcheur. Les rendements effectifs sont inférieurs en 2010. Seulement 42% de la récolte a été incluse dans le Grand Vin. Pour ceux qui aiment les statistiques, 2009 Haut Brion est légèrement plus faible en alcool à 14,2% d’alcool avec un pH de 3,9. . 2010 Château Haut Brion est rubis profond avec une jante violette qui brille dans le verre. Le vin est rempli de fumée, de terre, de pierres chaudes, d’épices, de mûre, de cassis et de notes de réglisse. Corsé et concentré avec plusieurs couches de saveurs épicées, fraîches, riches de fruits noirs et de cassis qui remplissent votre palais, ce vin élégant et royal se construit en bouche. Dès la première touche en bouche, il est difficile d’imaginer la longueur incroyable de ce vin. J’ai chronométré l’arrivée deux fois pour m’assurer que je n’avais pas perdu le fil du temps. J’ai secoué ma montre pour m’assurer qu’elle fonctionnait correctement. Ce vin incroyable reste en bouche pendant près de 80 secondes! Équilibré, harmonieux et royal, ce sera un vin étonnant à vivre à maturité. 98-100 points

14,106 Vues Dégusté 99

2010Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)98

2010 Haut Brion Blanc – Avec ses teintes vertes, de couleur paille, des vagues de douceur, de raffinement, de citron, d’ananas, de zeste de pamplemousse et d’huile de citron, il persiste en bouche. Le vin est amélioré avec la parfaite maturité et l’acidité, donnant au vin des fruits frais doux et de l’élévation. 97-98 pts

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2010Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)92

Des senteurs de bois de cèdre, de forêt, de cassis et d’espresso s’ouvrent sur un vin charnu, doux, raffiné et concentré avec une vraie personnalité qui se termine par des baies rouges polies, de la fraîcheur et des épices.

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Le Clarence de Haut Brion Avec 52% Merlot 36% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Petit Verdot dans l’assemblage, le vin s’ouvre sur des notes de fumée, de chêne, de mûre de Boysen, de cassis et de terre. Le cassis doux, les saveurs et la longue finale en font un effort puissant, étonnamment frais et ample pour un second vin. 91-93 Pts

5,647 Vues Dégusté 92

2009Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)100

Peu de vins me laissent sans voix du début à la fin. Mais ce vin a fait! Toujours profond, sombre, presque d’encre, le vin offre des arômes de truffe fumée, de boîte à cigares, de tabac, de fruits noirs et rouges foncés avec une boîte à épices, des feuilles de tabac et des nuances fumées. Profond, riche, corsé et avec cet incroyable mélange d’élégance, de puissance et de sensualité, ce vin va vieillir pendant des décennies. Le vin a été élaboré à partir de l’assemblage de 46% de merlot, 40% de cabernet sauvignon et 14% de cabernet franc.

2,671 Vues Dégusté

Avec une profondeur de couleur sérieuse, une corne d’abondance de parfums souffle du verre avec un barbecue fumé, de la terre humide, de la truffe, de l’espresso et une variété d’aromates de liqueur, y compris la prune, la mûre et le cassis. Des tanins soyeux et crémeux et une intensité de saveur, ce vin remplit votre bouche et enrobe votre palais de couches de fruits opulents, mûrs, purs et de glycérine. Pourtant tout est en équilibre avec la structure à vieillir, la complexité qui se construit en bouche, la pureté et la fraîcheur.

12408 Vues Dégusté 100

2009 Haut Brion est un candidat fort pour les vins du millésime. Ce vin a tout. Et il est retourné et a obtenu plus. Produit à partir de 46% de merlot, 40% de cabernet sauvignon et 14% de cabernet franc, ce vin noir d’encre, teinté de violet et de bleu, explose de fumée, de truffes, de cassis, de caramel, de minéraux, de roche concassée, d’épices et de boîte à cigares aromatiques. Ce vin intense est emballé et empilé avec plusieurs couches de fruits puissants; il montre une pureté, une fraîcheur, une harmonie et un équilibre intenses. La finition sans couture dure plus de soixante secondes. Peu de vins vous attrapent avec un seul tourbillon et un reniflement. Mais ce vin fait. Si seulement je pouvais trouver des amis avec assez d’argent pour me le permettre. Bien qu’il soit riche en alcool, 14,2%, il n’a aucune sensation de chaleur. Une autre statistique intéressante, pour ceux qui aiment les statistiques, est que le Haut Brion 2009 affiche un niveau de pH élevé, 3,9, mais le vin affiche une grande fraîcheur. Parce que des niveaux plus élevés d’alcool nécessitent plus de soins, Delmas a raccourci la période de macération pour réduire les niveaux potentiels d’extraction. Selon Delmas, ce choix a fait une grande différence en 2009. 99/100 Pts

14,591 Vues Dégusté 100

2009Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)98

Dégusté deux fois dans la même semaine, c’est incroyablement bon. Soyeux, riche, luxuriant et poli. Il y a une symphonie d’agrumes frais et brillants avec la quantité parfaite de chèvrefeuille et de pierres concassées pour ajouter de la complexité. Le vin remplit la bouche, le palais et les récepteurs gustatifs. Cela vieillira sans effort pendant des décennies.

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Impossible de ne pas être époustouflé par ce vin. Oui, il est jeune et serré et nécessite un amadou pour faire ressortir ses couches d’agrumes parfaitement mûrs qui ont le goût d’avoir été stockés dans des roches pendant des années. Doux, luxuriant, frais, mûr et opulent, le vin enrobe votre bouche de fruits et de saveur. L’astuce est d’avoir des amis très riches avec l’argent pour acheter le vin et le conserver jusqu’à maturité.

3,339 Vues Dégusté 99

Superbe dans tous les sens est vraiment tout ce qui doit être dit. Les aromatiques sont décrochés avec leur essence voyante, minérale, d’agrumes, florale, vanillée et miellée. En bouche, ce mur épais et riche d’agrumes trempés de velours est difficile à croire. L’arrivée doit durer plus de 60 secondes.

3,647 Vues Dégusté 99

L’assemblage de 62% de sauvignon blanc avec 38% de sémillon a produit un vin proche de la perfection. Avec des arômes intenses emballés avec du citron frais pressé, du pamplemousse, de la minéralité et une gamme de fleurs et d’agrumes assortis, c’est épais, riche et puissant. Le fruit est doux, mûr et concentré, mais la fraîcheur et l’acidité lui confèrent la sensation parfaite de portance et de grâce.

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2009Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)91

Chêne, fumée, terre et frais, purs, les mûres offrent une réelle profondeur pour un second vin. Riche, long, frais et propre du début à la fin.

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2008Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)97

Oh si jeune, mais oh si bon. À ce stade, tout est question de promesse, mais avec ses tanins élégants et soyeux, ses couches de fruits raffinées, polies, texturées et sa finale de 40 à 50 secondes, il ne devrait y avoir aucun doute sur ce à quoi vous devez vous attendre avec une autre décennie ou deux du vieillissement. Le vin a été élaboré à partir de 50% de Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% de Merlot et 9% de Cabernet Franc.

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08 Château Haut Brion montre une bonne profondeur de couleur avec des reflets rubis foncé et violets. La framboise noire fraîche, le chêne, le goudron et les épices sont en abondance au nez. Le vin a un caractère riche et opulent. Des fruits mûrs purs à plusieurs couches et des tanins élégants remplissent votre bouche à votre goût. Le vin poli et équilibré se termine par une finale élégante, longue et riche exprimant la pureté du fruit. En 2008, le merlot de La Mission Haut Brion et Haut Brion a été sélectionné sur une période de trois semaines. Selon Jean-Philippe Delmas, la raison de la récolte du merlot beaucoup plus longue que d’habitude était que la cueillette se faisait baie par baie, en veillant à ce que seuls des fruits parfaitement mûrs soient utilisés dans le vin. Le vin a été produit à partir d’un assemblage de 50% de cabernet sauvignon, 41% de merlot et 9% de cabernet franc. 95-98 pts

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2008Le Clarence de Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)90

08 Clarence Haut Brion est de couleur rubis et montre des fruits frais noirs et rouge vif au nez. Le vin a de la finesse et se termine sur un fond teinté de réglisse. 90-92 pts

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2007Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)95

Servi en double aveugle, le vin présente une couleur claire. Très jeune. Cela nécessite une décantation ou plusieurs années dans la cave avant d’être prêt à boire. Avec effort, les arômes de vanille, de zeste de citron, d’orange, de fumée et d’agrumes jaunes ont commencé à se réveiller. Le vin est riche, moelleux et poli, mais clairement pas prêt à boire aux heures de grande écoute.

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2007Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)93

Mi-corsé à corsé, avec élégance et charme, associé à une douceur en bouche. Boîte à cigares, tabac, cerise noire et terre fumée créent le nez. La bouche est très fine, avec ses tanins mûrs, polis et soyeux. Pas profond, mais prêt à boire et plus que charmant. Comparé à La Mission Haut Brion, ici, on retrouve plus d’élégance et de raffinement dans les tanins. Il y a moins de densité, mais la sensation en bouche fait la différence. Il y a encore place à amélioration ici. Le vin a été élaboré en mélangeant 44% de Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% de Merlot et 13% de Cabernet Franc.

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2006Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)98

Couleur rubis profond, avec les arômes révélateurs de la boîte à cigares, du tabac, du goudron, du cassis et des fruits mûrs noirs, alors qu’il est encore au stade primaire, il est impossible de nier la classe, le charme, l’élégance et la concentration, ainsi que la longueur trouvé ici. Donnez-lui une autre décennie pour qu’il se développe et se développe.

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Beaucoup trop jeune pour ouvrir ce vin. Il dort toujours. Il y a certainement une concentration et une structure suffisantes pour le vin. Mais ça va être un style ferme et classique de Haut Brion qui nécessite au moins une autre décennie de garde.

9,525 Vues Dégusté 94

Cela montre un parfum complexe de fruits noirs mûrs, de goudron, d’herbes, de cassis et de fumée. En bouche, le vin est moelleux, riche, opulent et corsé. Ce vin élégant se termine par une riche gorgée de prunes noires, cassis et baies noires sucrées, épicées, mûres et juteuses.

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2006Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)96

Issu d’un assemblage de 55% de sauvignon blanc et 45% de sémillon, le vin est brillant, frais, vif et délivre un bouquet de chèvrefeuille, pomelo, zeste de citron et arômes vanillés avec une essence caillouteuse. Riche, frais et rafraîchissant, vous pouvez le boire maintenant ou le faire vieillir pendant des années.

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2006Château Bahans Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)91

Fumé, cerise, tabac à pipe et senteurs terreuses. La bouche est assez charmante, légèrement rustique en bouche, mais il y a plus qu’assez de fruits mûrs pour compenser cela.

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2006Les Plantiers du Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)90

Voici maintenant un vin que vous ne voyez pas tous les jours, le second vin original du Haut Brion Blanc. Produit à 100% Sémillon, il offre une qualité caillouteuse et mielleuse aux sensations d’agrumes, de pêche blanche et d’ananas. Le vin n’est pas doux, mais il me rappelle un peu un Sauternes sec avec plus de fraîcheur.

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2005Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)98

Le cuir, la fumée, le tabac, la boîte à cigares et une gamme de fruits rouges et noirs créent le nez complexe qui éclate sans effort. Le vin est soyeux, doux, mûr, concentré et opulent, affichant une essence jeune et pure de fruit.

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Toujours aussi jeune que vous pouvez l’imaginer, mais cela n’a pas empêché le caractère sublime de ce vin de briller. Rempli de fumée, de fleurs, de réglisse, de grains d’espresso, de réglisse, de braises brûlées et de cerises noires extrêmement mûres, ce vin est riche, luxuriant, doux, poli, frais et doux. Tout est au bon endroit pour une longue vie.

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2005Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)97

Avec une maturité de couleur, le vin apparaît avec de la vanille, des noix grillées, du chèvrefeuille, des agrumes et du pain grillé. Raffinée, riche et encore jeune, la finale mûre, douce, fraîche, minérale, fruitée reste avec vous.

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Ce Bordeaux Blanc offre des notes florales et minérales intenses avec des notes de citron et de lime. Corsé et emballé avec des fruits mûrs, la longue finale se termine par un composant de cire de citron, de miel et d’écorce d’orange.

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2004Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)94

Saveurs vives d’agrumes, pomme verte, notes de pierre et de fleurs, moyennement corsé, avec une finale vive, brillante, citron et pamplemousse.

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2004Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)94

Millésime Finesse du Haut Brion, qui offre un parfum de fumée, de boîte à cigares, de cerises, de tapis forestier et d’arômes verts et feuillus. Douce et élégante, la finale, avec ses sensations de fruits mûrs, noirs et rouges, de boîte d’épices et de prune, est de caractère raffiné. Cela se boit bien aujourd’hui et devrait être encore meilleur avec quelques années de plus dans la bouteille. C’est le premier millésime où Jean-Philippe Delmas était pleinement en charge du début à la fin au Haut Brion.

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Profondément coloré, il s’ouvre sur un nez fumé et violet aux senteurs de terre et de cassis. Corsé avec une bouche douce, élégante et moelleuse, la finale de style rond se termine par de amples notes fraîches, de mûre et d’épices.

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2003Château Haut-Brion Blanc (Pessac-Léognan)93

Côté agrumes orange, zeste de citron, fleurs et mandarine le vin est faible en acide, rond et charnu. Buvez ceci maintenant …

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2003Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)93

Comme de nombreux vins de Pessac Leognan en 2003, celui-ci s’est développé à un rythme rapide. Vous pouvez le voir dans la couleur, le noter dans le parfum et le sentir en bouche. Il y a de la complexité, mais le fruit commence lentement à s’estomper avant son temps. Cela devrait être bu avant que le vin atteigne l’âge de 20 ans, sinon quelques années plus tôt.

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2002Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)90

Mi-corsé à corsé, le nez développé montre des fruits noirs, des olives, de la fumée, du tabac, des herbes et de la terre. Sur le côté ferme et masculin du Haut Brion, vous pouvez le boire maintenant ou le vieillir. Je doute que cela devienne beaucoup plus complexe avec le temps. C’est un joli Bordeaux, mais pas un grand Haut Brion.

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2001Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)92

De multiples couches aromatiques complexes, fumées, riches et mûres et une présence en bouche opulente en font un vin d’avenir. Cela m’a rappelé une jeune version du 85 Haut Brion.

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2000Château Haut-Brion (Pessac-Léognan)99

Élégant, raffiné, majestueux et harmonieux, le vin prend du temps à se déployer, permettant de découvrir sa beauté. Mais une fois que ça commence, l’expérience sensuelle est presque hors des graphiques. Le fruit fumé gagne en intensité. Les tanins sont soyeux. Il y a de la longueur, de la complexité et de la pureté. Bien qu’un plaisir à boire aujourd’hui avec quelques heures de décantation, 5 à 10 ans supplémentaires ajouteront beaucoup à ce vin.

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Juste un super vin qui est sur le point de quitter sa période d’adolescence, mais pas encore prêt à boire aux heures de grande écoute. Cela a tout ce que vous voulez dans un vin. Il est riche, concentré, soyeux, corsé et complexe au nez et en bouche. La présence en bouche est décrochée, tout comme la longue finale. Cela devrait offrir du plaisir pendant 30 à 40 ans de plus en toute simplicité.

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Presque de couleur d’encre, de la teinte seule, vous savez que c’est un vin spécial. Le nez de boîte à cigares rempli de fumée, avec tout son tabac, ses fruits noirs et rouges foncés et sa terre humide offre intensité, profondeur, textures opulentes et une finition pure soie et velours. Clairement, c’est encore jeune. Mais il est impossible de ne pas voir l’étoffe de la grandeur dans ce vin.

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Ce sera l’un des grands vins du millésime déjà légendaire avec une autre décennie d’âge. Puissants, mais raffinés, concentrés et purs, les tanins sont soyeux, il y a de la fraîcheur, de la complexité et ce fruit fumé incomparable que vous ne trouverez dans aucun autre vin. Je suis heureux d’avoir quelques bouteilles cachées pour de futures boissons.

5,829 Vues Dégusté 98

Des tanins soyeux, texturés de velours, des fruits mûrs, frais, sucrés et vifs avec une pureté dans leur essence et une teinte tabac, boîte à cigares, fumée et terreuse est disponible dès le départ. Avec 3 heures d’air, le vin a vraiment fait son chemin. Il s’agit d’un exemple par excellence de l’élégance et du raffinement d’un grand Bordeaux. Je garderais probablement le vin pendant au moins 5 ans avant d’éclater un bouchon. Si vous ne pouvez pas attendre, et je ne peux pas vous en vouloir si vous devez ouvrir une bouteille, donnez-lui quelques heures d’air.

5,998 Vues Dégusté 97

Tout dépend du potentiel, car il est si jeune et primaire. C’est frais, vibrant, concentré et profond. De toute évidence, il y a la structure pour vieillir pendant au moins 50 ans ou plus! Il y a de la longueur, de la texture et de l’équilibre, mais cela demande encore 5 à 10 ans avant de montrer de quoi il est vraiment fait.

5,855 Vues Dégusté 97

Si le nez ne vous saisit pas, vous n’aimez pas l’odeur de graet bordelais. This is fresh, soft, refined and most importantly, elegant. Still young, the wine demands another decade to continue to soften and develop.

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With the texture of polished silk and velvet, this elegant, subtle and supple wine is everything a great wine should be. It combines sophistication with elegance to produce what is developing into bottled decadence. Still young, if you are looking for secondary aromas, hold off another decade. This just keeps getting better and better.

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Filled with tobacco, tar, cassis, black fruit, herbs and caramel scents. Soft, round, elegant, harmonious, concentrated, fresh and refined. The wine is pure silk and velvet with a lot of polish and finesse in the long finish.

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2000Château Bahans Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)89

1989 Bahans Haut Brion is fully mature. Aromas of BBQ smoke, earth and cassis are mixed with cherry, cranberry and spice flavors. This medium bodied wine needs to be dunk up sooner than later. 89 points

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2000 Bahans Haut Brion starts with a smoke, spice, cherry and cassis perfume. This medium bodied, elegantly styled wine is ready to drink and is best enjoyed over the next few years. 89 points

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This opens an earthy, smoke and tobacco nose. Déjà mature, ce vin léger se termine par quelques sensations asséchantes.

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1999Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)93

Served blind, this was much better than I would have thought, given the vintage. Soft, delicate, medium bodied, with an elegance to the fruit and texture, this is drinking great today. With luck, in a few years, it could be even better.

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Smoky, spicy, earthy and open, tobacco, truffle, black cherries and 5 spice aromas are easy to find. Polished, and silky, the wine feels great on your palate with its velvet textures. Over the years, this has developed nicely. While there is no hurry to drink it, there is no reason to wait before popping a cork.

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1999 Haut Brion is produced in a lighter, early maturing style. Tobacco, herbs, olive tapenade and blackberry aromas introduce a medium bodied wine with cherry, cassis and cranberry flavors in the finish. 91 points

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1999Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)92

1999 Haut Brion Blanc, aged in 50% new oak offers scents of honeysuckle, vanilla, orange zest, creme brulee and lemon. Soft, textured fruit ends with sweet citrus flavors. 92 points

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1998Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)98

Clearly, this is at the level of the much more expensive 1990. Combining elegance and power, soft, silky tannins and concentration, smoke, red fruits, tobacco and earthy nuances and a refined finish that seems to stick with you for 50 seconds, this is just starting to drink well. In 5 years, it promises to be even better! For a high-quality vintage of Haut Brion, especially one with bottle age, this is the best deal in the marketplace today.

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If you’re seeking to discover what Haut Brion is all about, or if you just want to check out a First Growth Bordeaux, this bottle is for you. Rich, fresh, polished, long and deep, with vibrant fruit and complexity. Yes, it is still young, but it is so good today, and it is the best value play for Haut Brion.

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This is a beauty in every sense of the word. Its silky essence is rich, complex and regal. This finesse driven, elegant wine offers a beautiful purity of fruit, smoke and earth. There is more than enough fruit to make if fun to drink now. Yet patient consumers will be rewarded if they can wait 5-10 more years.

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Smoky, with rich layers of ripe, elegant, plush fruits, a tannic backbone to age and a long, stylish finish that does not quit. With about one of decanting, this was rockin’!

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Still young, but this is a treat at any age with its showy nose of tobacco, cigar box, tar, smoke, cassis, dark berries and earth. Concentrated, pure, refined and fresh, the fruit has a beautiful, pure, silky personality that continues to build in the finish. If you like wines on the young side, with 2 hours of air this is a wonderful tasting experience. If you prefer more secondary aromas, flavors and textures, wait 10-20 years and this will be stunning!

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This has been a delight to taste the day it was bottled and it keeps getting better and more interesting with each passing year. Strong notes of smoke, cigar box, black raspberry and earth create the perfume. On the palate is where the wine shines with its silky tannins, rich textures and elegant, supple finish

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Picture smoke, hot stones, pipe tobacco, cassis, oak, forest floor and earthy, truffle scents, and you get an idea of the aromatics starting to make themselves known in this wine. On the palate, purity and elegance, soft textures and refined silky tannins that remind me of a better version of the delicious 1985 Haut Brion. While this is already drinking well today, it’s only going to get better over the next few decades.

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1998 Haut Brion is filled with pungent spicy blackberry, tobacco, smoke, cedar chest and cigar box aromas. Deep, rich, concentrated with layers of rich, ripe fruit. This wine fills the palate with ripe, sweet, soft textured dark fruit with a purity of flavor and ample freshness to give it lift. Tout est en équilibre. This great wine can be opened young, or aged for decades. It remains one of the best vintages of Haut Brion to buy in the market place today. 97 Pts

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This perfectly combines liquid silk, elegance and power to make a magic elixir. This is serious wine. The complex nose alone makes it worth the price of admission. Filled with scents of cassis, tobacco, smoke, truffle and spices, it’s a treat for the senses. But the multiple layers of rich, velvet laden, sensuous fruit that cascade over your palate in endless waves prove this Haut Brion is the real deal. I have loved this wine from minute one. This is a great Haut Brion that might turn out almost as good as the majestic 90 in another decade or two. It is much better than the fabulous duo of 95 & 96. I imagine this will mature in 10-15 years and remain at that peak level for decades. Along with the stellar 1985, the 1998 represents the best deal in the market place for a high quality Chateau Haut-Brion.

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This splendid wine offers a complex smoky, truffle nose with cassis, herbs, and earth. Perfectly balanced on the palate with a wonderful texture. The finish is close to seamless

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The nose alone with its complexities makes it worth the price of admission. But the multiple layers of rich, silky, sensuous fruit that cascade over your palate in endless waves prove this is the real deal.

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A deep, complex compelling perfume and layers of rich, ripe, decadent fruit are easy to discern. This will only get better with time.

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1998Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)95

This is a gem that I wish I could afford. The opulent, textural component rocks! The purity in the sweet, juicy, fresh, pomelo and lemon peel, with a dab of flowers, vanilla and honeydew gets you going back for sip after sip. Still young and quite vibrant, this should evolve for at least another 15-20 more years.

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Full bodied, rich and expansive, this intensely concentrated wine is all about the blend of its parts. Freshness, fruit, flavor and finish, with serves up ripe, juicy, sweet, pineapple, custard, butter, orange rind, rocks, stones and flowers. I suspect this will only get better with age.

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Honeydew melons, flowers, and slight citrus tones are in abundance. This thick, very concentrated wine fills your mouth with fresh, bright citrus flavors.

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1996Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)97

This is a very good wine, and a superb Haut Brion that continues stubbornly hanging on to its youth. After 90 minutes in the decanter, the tannins subsided and the wine popped with its tar, tobacco, smoke and dark red berry nose. Full-bodied, concentrated, regal and with some tannin needing to be resolved, give this until 2025 and you will have a fabulous drinking experience in your glass.

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This particular bottle was the best example of this wine I have ever tasted! Double decanted about 4 hours or more, this really grabbed me in all the right ways, and in all the best places. Picture a dark chocolate covered cigar, with smoked cherries, tar, leather and cigar box aromatics. Full bodied, concentrated, long and fresh with this beautiful, sweetness and purity of cherry fruits and cassis. The texture was silky, lush and with a bit of tannic bite, paired with crunchy, berries in the long finish. This felt as good as it tasted. It is worth popping a cork now, if you have a bottle and if you wait, this will be even better with another 5-10 years in the bottle.

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Better on the nose than the palate at the moment, but that could change with more time. The smokey, tobacco, wet earth, cigar box and sweet red cherries in the perfume really grabs you. The wine lacks the concentration found in the top years, but the tannins are ripe, the fruits are fresh, refined, elegant and long, leaving with sensations of cassis, blackberries and Cuban cigars in the finish. This is still quite young and should be even better with another 5 years or so in the bottle.

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A beautiful, classic vintage of Haut Brion here. Still young, with some air, truffle, smoke, cassis, blackberry and chocolate aromas emerge. The wine is full bodied, rich, soft and supple. This is quite nice now and with 5-10 more years, if you can keep your hands off it, it’s only going to get better. This is one of the better values for high quality Haut Brion in the marketplace today.

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1996 Haut Brion is filled with smoke, tobacco, cigar box, ash, kirsch, blackberry and licorice aromatics. This is a big, chewy, masculine style of Haut Brion. Tannic and tight, this needs time to develop and flesh out. Another 10 years will allow this to mature into something special. 95 Pts

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1995Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)96

This is really coming on strong, if you like that cigar box, tobacco, cedar, smoke, pure dark cherries and cigar wrapper type of thing. Full bodied, refined, but with a regal, tannic bite, with a few hours of air this is a pleasure to taste.

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Medium bodied and charming, this is starting to come into its own. Tobacco, earth and smoke notes added to the sweet, ripe, soft fruits. On the palate, the elegant, finesse driven wine was on the fresh side, with its red and black fruits. At 20 years of age, this is probably going to be a good, but not great vintage for Haut Brion.

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1995 Haut Brion is showy wine. With a perfume that took time to coax its scents, black cherry, cassis, smoke, tobacco, truffle and earthy notes could be found. This deep wine demands a few more years before revealing all its charms. The juicy, mouth filling finish is filled with rich, dense fruit. 96 points

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1995Château Bahans Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)88

1995 Bahans Haut Brion offers cherry pipe tobacco, earth and berry scents, coupled with soft, easy to like textures and fully mature, light, bright cherry and cranberry flavors. Buvez. 88 points

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1994Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)96

1994 Haut Brion Blanc pops with a perfume filled with honey, smoke, wood, fresh cut grass, citrus oil and lemon wax. This is rich, full bodied, intense and palate filling. The long, fresh, citrus intensive finish feels great while it remains in your mouth. Still young, this should age for decades. 96 points

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1994Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)93

With some austerity, there is a distinctive leafy, forest, and herb edge to the tobacco, red plum and cedary, smoky personality. Firm tannins with some toughness on the classically styled palate, decanting helps, but at close to 25 years of age, this is what it is.

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More interesting on the nose with its smoke, tar, earth, cassis and leaf filled perfume, than on this palate, due to its rustic, old school finish. At 20 years of age, this is what it is. Aging will not improve this wine.

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1994 Haut Brion is probably fully mature. Tobacco, licorice, cassis, earth, cherry and green pepper notes are found in the aromatics. Produced in an austere style, this steely wine displays some rustic tannins in the finish. 91 points

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1993Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)89

1993 Haut Brion offers a tobacco, leaf, smoke, herb and cassis scented perfume. Medium bodied, with a light, red fruit accented finish, this wine needs to be drunk up. 89 points

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1992Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)90

Very citrusy on the nose and palate. Meduim bodied, not as deep or long as the 85 or 89 tasted that day.

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1990Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)98

Just like walking into a Cuban tobacco store with all its smoky, leaf, cassis, cedar, forest floor and campfire aromatics. Full bodied, deep, powerful, rich, mouth filling, and with intensity and character, this is a stunner to drink today and for the next few decades. I am also thinking this is just about ready for a score upgrade as this really grabs and holds you right where you need to be grabbed and held.

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This never fails to provide an extraordinary, tasting experience. With elegant, silky textures, ripe, sweet, smoky, tobacco laden, dark red berries and more smoke, earth, tobacco leaf, cigar box, black cherry, earth, blackberry, cassis and thyme on the nose, to say it is a knock out, does not say enough. Prices have been climbing for this beauty lately. Even though it is quite pricey, when compared with current, top vintages, or the 1989, it’s sill reasonable. If you have the money, it is worth considering.

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Silky, elegant, complex, refined and ready for prime time drinking. There is that beautiful smoky, tobacco, cigar box character that is made even better by the sweet, delicate, polished dark red fruits and cherry pipe tobacco that permeates the wine. Drink this beauty now, or lay it down for 10-20 years, if you are young enough, and have that much patience.

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Ceci est stupéfiant. With its smoke fuled, cigar box, caramel, cassis, florest floor and blackberry nose to get you going, things are just getting started. The luscious, perfectly ripe fruits with layers of hedonistic fruits just doesn’t quit from start to finish. This is drinking now and it’s still young! You can pop a cork today or in 10-15 or 20 years. It’s up to you.

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Now we’re talking. Edging close to its 25th birthday, the wine is clearly expressive. Smokey, tar, cigar box, forest floor, cassis and blackberry, with hints of dried cherry make up the nose. Sweet, soft and velvety, the wine personifies grace and elegance.

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A little bit of air or decanting would have added more to the experience. Still, even popped and poured, it was easy to find the smoke, black raspberry, Asian spice, leather, cigar box and plum filled aromatics. On the palate, the wine was rich, silky and alive leaving with a beautiful sense of purity of fruit in the long, graceful finish.

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1990 Haut Brion opens with licorice, tobacco leaf, cassis, smoke, fresh herbs and stone. Soft, round, plush and sexy, this hedonistic wine pleases the palate and senses. 97 Pts

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HOU LA LA! This knock out perfume pops with smoke, tar, creme de cassis, leather, earth, tobacco, hot stone, cigar ash, blackberry and spicy aromas. If this does not get you going, Haut Brion is not your thing. Intense, powerful, concentrated and rich, with textures of sillky and velvet, there is not a hard edge to be found. The long, pure, clean, opulent, fresh, pure, spicy finish remains in your mouth for close to sixty seconds. This is not that far off the legendary 1989 Haut Brion. As this sells for half the price, this is the wine to buy.

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1990 Haut Brion is the real deal! Boîte à cigares, fumée, terre, truffe, baies noires grillées, prunes et tabacs composent le parfum. En bouche, ce vin moelleux, rond, opulent et sexy enrobe votre palais. The intense, rich, pure finish is loaded with sweet cassis, chocolate covered blackberry and dark cherries. 98 Pts

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Served blind at Chateau La Mission Haut Brion over dinner – This aromatic delight opens with jammy dark berries, smoke tobacco, hot stones, licorice, cigar box and baked cherries. Sensuous opulence could be the name of a porn star, or the right descriptor for this silky wine which ends with a rich bath of cassis and black cherries.

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The wine sported a very, dark ruby tint. Smoke, truffles, herbs, cassis and black fruits galore made their way to your nose. This wine is very intense. Stunning levels of concentration coupled with multiple layers of flavor make this a treat for your senses. Layer after layer of flavor fill your mouth with joy. Very classy and elegant as well as rich.

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Lovers of Haut Brion cannot have enough of this wine in their cellar. This is almost at the level of the legendary 89. But, the 90 is much more fun and open to taste today. This is so packed and stacked with smoky fruit, it’s almost unreal. The intoxicating perfume offers black fruit, forest floor, smoke, tobacco and spice notes that roar from the glass! Great concentration. Layer after layer of rich, deep, polished, rich, ripe roasted fruit take over every nook and cranny of your palate. The long finish is seamless and lasts close to a minute. The corpulent texture is pure silk and velvet. This is sublime. Still young, this will improve for decades. I hope the 98, 00 & 05 are this good!

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Herbs, coffee, cassis, licorice and black fruit entice your senses. Perfectly balanced, but not as concentrated or layered as the 89.

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1989Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)100

Sadly, since this has become so expensive over the past few years, I see it a lot less often. But when I do, OMG, it is off the charts! Explosive in nature, the wine is intense, full-bodied, complex, powerful, concentrated and all of that is balanced by its elegance, purity, richness and refined tannins. The finish, which surpasses the 60-second mark is seamless. This is a beauty today, and yet, even at days before its 31st birthday, I am sure there is room for more evolution!

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A clear contender for wine of the decade, this is so rich and concentrated, it tastes and feel like an entire magnum of wine was stuffed into a 750 ml bottle! Young, but a treat to taste today, the finish sticks with you for at least 60 seconds! You can drink this now, or save it for decades. Either way is the right choice here…

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There is no better wine to express what great Bordeaux is all about that in the modern age, than 1989 Haut Brion. Perfectly combining elegance, refinement and concentration with textures of pure silk and a finish that sticks with you for over 60 seconds. Prices have jumped over the past year or two, but setting that aside, this is pure bottled perfection. I wonder if the 1961 showed like this at the same age?

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There are great wines. Those wines can be even better when the bottles are also great. And then there are the perfect bottles of great wines that if the scale went past 100 Pts, they would break into that rare territory. This bottle of 1989 Haut Brion deserved 101 Pts. Perfect in every sense of the word, if you have the money, or if you really want to know what great Bordeaux is all about, this is the wine to buy! There are more than enough tasting notes from me on this wine, describing it in detail. So I will just jump to the high points. The wine fills your mouth, coats your palate and takes over your senses. Tout est en parfait équilibre. The finish sticks with you and expands for more than 60 seconds. Everything you could want in a wine, except for the price is here in spades. This will age and improve for decades.

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Tasted at the same lunch as the 1989 La Mission Haut Brion, which I scored 100 Pts, this was even better. The nose, with its smoke, fire, burning embers, barbecue, cassis, tar and tobacco notes was clearly off the charts. But the palate, with its unparalleled levels of concentration allowed the tasted to feel voluptuous textures paired with rich, layers of perfectly ripe, sweet, fresh, silky berries. The finish lasted over 60 seconds. If you’re lucky enough to own a bottle of this liquid gold, pop a bottle now, or give it to your grand children. Either way, you’ll come out a winner!!!

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A sublime bottle of 1989 Haut Brion is everything great Bordeaux should be. The nose was off the hook with its flamboyant, smoky, tobacco, tar, cigar box, blackberry and truffle personality. Massive in size, yet, refined, elegant and poised, the endless finish serves up layer after layer of sweet cherries, cassis, spice and earthy sensations that last for at least 60 seconds!

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It does not matter how many times I taste this wine. It remains one of the most exciting wines I’ve ever tasted. Soaring aromatics, palate staining fruit and an endless finish. This is the real deal.

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Clearly this is the most consistent, high quality Bordeaux made in the last 50 years. If someone wanted to make the claim it was the most consistent over the last 100 years, they would get no argument from me. Tobacco, cigar box, smoke, campfire and black fruit aromas pop from the glass with an intensity that cannot be ignored. On the palate the wine is powerful, rich, dense, sweet, pure and fresh. The coating on your palate sticks for more than 60 seconds with its sumblime display of fruit, complexity and freshness. Still young, in time, this will be a legend in the decades to come that will be considered the equal of wines like the 1945 Haut Brion.

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I’m normally a decisive person. But when presented with 1989 Haut Brion and 1989 La Mission Haut Brion in the same flight, I often have problems picking a favorite. It could be one, the other or often the bout comes out in a tie, and for different reasons. Few wines offer this much concentration of flavor and material coupled with pure silky tannins, elegance, refinement, balance and persistence of flavor. With a finish of well over sixty seconds, it’s not difficult to understand why many tasters think this is the modern day version of the 1961!

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By coincidence, this was served at two different, back to back dinners. The first bottle was sadly, ever so slightly corked. The nose was muted, and the flavors, coupled with the intensity were not on full display. That bottle would score in the low 90’s, a far cry from the wine can deliver. Bottle number 2 was a completely different story. Tobacco, smoke, earth, tar, leather, Cigar box, cedar, cassis and black berry got the wine going. Power, silk and velvet textures supported the elegant, refined, harmonious character. The wine continued to improve during the night with each taste. Still young, it’s greatness can be enjoyed today, but if you want to try this at the start of maturity, give it another decade.

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Clearly this legendary wine is a strong possibility for wine of the decade. It does not take long for to taster to understand why, with its intense aromas of smoke, hot bricks, cassis, spice, truffle, cigar box and forest floor scents. If that wasn’t enough to get you going, countless layers of powerful, rich, intense, pure, velvet and silk berries are packed into each sip. The wine is expansive, growing better and becoming more interesting and complex with each, sniff, swirl and sip. 1989 Haut Brion deserves to be looked at with the same reverence as the legendary 1945 and 1961. It is that good!

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Compelling aromatics filled with smoke, tobacco, blackberry, cassis, tar, leather, cigar box and pie tobacco. Tannic, refined, harmonious, mouth coating and attention grabbing, it’s hard to believe this wine is close to 22 years old, It tasted at least a decade younger. Complex, pure, supple, polished and intense, the finish remains in your mouth for at least one full minute! Tasted form a half bottle, it did not have the same level of plushness found in 750 Ml bottles.

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The perfume pops from the glass like a Jack in Box that has been waiting to be released for decades. Cassis, earth, Cuban cigar, hot rocks, truffle, plums, earth, tobacco, smoke, tar and mocha scents take over your nose. Intense purity of fruit, powerful, refined and elegant, this is what great Bordeaux wine is all about. The seamless finish is pure silk and velvet.

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1989 Haut Brion explodes with a concoction of spice, truffle, tobacco, leather, smoke, cassis, tar, forest floor and black cherry liqueur aromas. With mouth coating intensity and port like textures, this compelling Bordeaux wine ends with a long, fresh, sensuous, seamless finish. The scary thing is, this will only get better over the next several decades. 99 Pts

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1989 Haut Brion remains the quintessential Haut Brion of our time. At 21 years of age, this wine is still young. Tar, incense, smoke, tobacco, truffle, bitter chocolate and crushed stone with forest floor scents make up the perfume. This concentrated, dense, powerful wine fills your palate with multiple layers of dark berries and plums. This intense wine demands another decade before it begins to reveal its secrets. 99 Pts

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1989 Haut Brion steals your attention with an impressive display of kirsch, blackberry, minerality, smoke, spice and earthy aromas. The wine coats every nook and cranny of your palate with long, fresh, pure, blackberry and cassis filled flavors that must last close to sixty seconds! This is a remarkable when that is still young. If you are going to spend a lot of money on a wine, this is the wine buy. 99 Pts

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Served blind at ChateauLa Mission Haut Brion over dinner- This powerful, complex perfume grabs you with smoke, tar, tobacco, cassis, Cuban cigar, leather, spice and cherry pipe tobacco aromatics. This is rich, dense and full bodied, yet light on its feet and perfectly in balance. The wine feels graceful in your mouth. The finish is long, clean, pure, seamless and silky. Still young this will only continue getting better over the next several decades.

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A definite candidate for wine of the vintage as well as a strong contender for wine of the decade. And then some! J’ai goûté 5 bouteilles différentes récemment. Ma note est pour la meilleure bouteille. D’autres bouteilles étaient plus matures et pas aussi expressives que celle que je note ici. Malheureusement, une bouteille était bouchée. Les meilleures bouteilles de ce vin légendaire peuvent faire pleurer même les dégustateurs les plus blasés. Profondément coloré avec une corne d’abondance d’aromatiques, y compris la fumée, le goudron, les herbes, le cassis, la mûre, la truffe, le cigare cubain et le fenouil. Les couches de fruits mûrs profonds qui remplissent votre bouche semblent infinies. Très concentré, riche, profond et opulent, ce formidable vin se termine par une finale de fruits noirs sans couture qui dure plus d’une minute. Encore jeune, ce vin évoluera pendant des décennies. C’est le Haut Brion à son meilleur. At full maturity it may end up better than previous legends like 1961 or 1945.

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More often than not, when 89 Haut Brion comes out to play, it’s the wine of the night. However, I was moved to tears because it was not even close to wine of the night on this occasion. Either poorly stored or from a bad cork seal, this was not a pristine bottle. The color was very advanced. The usually explosive nose expressed simple spice and earthy notes. Silky on the palate, but very light in weight. This was a nice Bordeaux, but not a great Haut Brion. Once again the old adage came true, after 20 years there are no great wines, only great bottles.

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This wine shot off all the bells and whistles anyone could want in a Bordeaux wine. This wine makes the blind see, the deaf hear and can be used at revivals to help the wheelchair bound walk again! This was off the charts. If the scale ran over 100, this bottle would bust the triple digit mark. The perfume was intoxicating. Very rich, deep, concentrated and complex. The non stop layers of flavors and sensations that cascade over your palate like water at Niagara Falls is something that has to be tasted to be believed. The seamless finish lasted over a minute, I timed it! Absolutely incredible. If anyone doubts this wine is equal to, or better than the more famous and expensive Haut Brion, they need to taste it. This was a mind blowing wine! Still young, this sublime elixir can be tasted today for its incredible richness, but another decade will do magical things.

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This opaque colored wine offers a perfume full of smoke, spices, truffle and fruit, it’s easy to lose yourself in its charms. Massives waves of perfectly ripe, intense black fruit, along with velvet tannins and an endless, seamless finish make this one of the best wines I’ve ever tasted.

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Firing on all 12 cylinders as usual, this wine offers a perfume as complex and compelling as any other wine. Spice, black fruit, tar, tobacco and truffle are all over the place. This is so rich and concentrated, it’s almost too much wine to fit in one glass. Concentrated and complex. This is the real deal.

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“Wow, this has it all!” And it does in abundance! Spices, cigar tobacco, herbs, cooked black fruit, cassis, earth, coffee and smoke. Thick rich, dense, endless layers of unctuous ripe fruit coat your palate. The seamless finish seemed endless. This was out of control and off the charts.

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“Liqueur of Graves!” The 89 Haut Brion offered the silkiest, sexiest mouth feel of the night. This was a perfect bottle of a perfect wine. If wine gets better than this, let me know as I want to buy a case!

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1989Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)96

Great purity of fruit here. The citrus notes, with the aid of flowers, white peach, nuts. a drip of honey, lemon peel and ocean notes came through loud and clear. Soft, silky and with volume, this was showing remarkably young and fresh characteristics.

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1989 Haut Brion Blanc opens with aromas of fresh picked flowers, honey, caramel, grass, lemon, lime and orange. With textures of rich, polished fruit, the wine ends with a melange of citrus flavors. 95 Pts

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The nose, with coaxing offered lanolin and violets with honey. Bigger and more concentrated than the 85. Ends with long, fresh, lemon, citrus oil note.

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1988Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)92

This is a Bordeaux for Burgundy drinkers. It is all about the fabulous nose. The wine wants to get where it needs to be, but there is a strictness to its personality and some dryness in the tannins that take over on the palate. 3 hours of decanting did not help. This is perfect for tasters bemoaning the classic taste of Bordeaux, but it really was not a lot of fun to taste.

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Is it you, or is it me? Hard to say as I’m not yet sure if it was the wine, or the specific bottle. With effort, wet earth, cocoa, smoke, black plums and dark cherry scents are there. But the wine is a bit dry and shows some greeness in the finish. This is still young, but the style of the tannins might become more of an issue as the wine ages.

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1988 Haut Brion greets you with tobacco, smoke, stone, cassis, earth spice aromas. Elegant, smooth, soft and open, this mature wine ends with smoky, cassis and cherry flavors.

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1988 Haut Brion is a traditional style of Haut Brion. Cassis, spice, earth, smoke, mushroom and tobacco notes open the perfume. Full bodied and filled with ripe, juicy cassis, the wine lacks the polish and ripeness found in the top vintages. 93 Pts

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Smoky aromatics, cassis, tobacco and fresh ground spices, full bodied, concentrated with hints of underripeness that appears in the otherwise, stylish finish, this is a good but not great Haut Brion.

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The black fruit, tobacco and spice perfume was reticent and needed a lot of swirling to come out and play. Structured, tannic, needs time.

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Coffee, licorice, cassis and herbal notes filled the air. Full bodied, lush, rich and tannic. Cassis and blackberry with spicy tones are easy to find in the finish. Needs another decade of sleep.

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1987Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)83

Clearly fading, the increasing levels of acidity, along with more of an oxidative quality are starting to override its remaining citrus notes. This requires drinking.

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1986Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)95

At 30 years of age this can easily go another 30 years without breaking a sweat. There is a softness to the powerful, ever present tannins that the other top wines from 1986 do not display. The smoky, tobacco driven nose is a treat as well. 2 hours of air will help, and ten more years in the bottle will help even more!

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Light up a great Cuban Cigar, eat fresh cherries and blackberries and sit in an herb garden and you’ll come close to recreating the perfume. On the masculine side of the style range, the wine is still youthful, concentrated, fresh and tannic. The end note is firm and a bit dry, if you have a bottle and you love old school Bordeaux, pop a cork. If you’re hoping for more softness like I am, wait 5-10 more years. There is enough fruit and structure to evolve over that time. This note was taken after 90 minutes in the decanter from a perfectly stored bottle, purchased on release. 6 hours later, the wine improved but there was some dryness in the tannins in the finish. If you do pop a cork today, give this at least 6 hours in the decanter, if you bottle has been well stored.

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Smoke and tobacco coupled with spicy cassis on the nose. There is a slight hardness to the wine. The wine finishes with a black fruit character.

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Still young at 25, this Pessac Leognan is filled with smoke, tar, tobacco, hot stone, cassis, earth, blackberry and spice filled scents. Full bodied, concentrated and balancing masculinity, tannin and charm, this Bordeaux wine has years to go.

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1986 Haut Brion offered smoke, leaf, forest floor and earthy aromas. With rough textures, the wine seemed to be slowly drying out. 89 points

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With a smoky, tobacco, truffle and spice nose, this finesse style of Bordeaux, ended in an elegant spicy, cassis finish

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Aromas of cassis, earth and minerals could easily be found. The finish was slightly clipped. Not a perfect bottle.

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Initial barnyard notes quickly faded to an intoxicating perfume of smoke, black fruits, cassis, coffee and tobacco. Full bodied and tannic, this needs time. Big, dense layers of black fruit and a slight chalky feeling are found in the finish.

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1985Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)96

What a beauty! This is probably drinking at close to perfection. This is all about the blend of ripe, sweet, cassis and red fruits with smokey, tobacco and cigar wrappers. Elegant, easy to drink, fresh and with silky fruits and tobacco in the endnote.

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There is no better vintage of mature, Haut Brion in the marketplace that competes with the 1985. And for good reason. The fruit is ripe, smoky, earthy and rich. The tannins are soft, elegant and refined. There is a touch of peppery, greenery in the finish, but who cares? All the cedar, cigar wrapper, dark red fruits and plush textures are what you are going to pay attention to. Popped and poured, this was great from the get go!

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Light up a nice Cuban Cigar, some it outside near a forest, giving you all these great, leafy, smoky, earthy scents and make sure you have a basket of fresh berries to make the bouquet complete. Polish the tannins to a silky texture and spend time with the wine, so you get feel each lingering sensation. This is ready now, and it could be even better with another 3-5 or more years of aging.

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From a perfect bottle, this could be the wine of the vintage. Soft, silky, smooth, fresh, sweet, ripe, complex and delicious, the tannins caress your palate, the fruit lingers and the smoky, tobacco drenched character of Haut Brion really shines through. At 30 years of age, this wine is drinking perfectly. And frankly, for an Haut Brion of this quality, it sells for a song in the auction marketplace today.

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If you are looking for power and concentration, you came to the wrong place. If silky, refined, elegant textures, a nose of smoke, tobacco, dark cherry, wet earth, cigar box and spice, and a character that can be best defined as regal is what you are after, you’re going to love this wine. Decanted about an hour, this was singing! It is hard to find a better Bordeaux from 1985.

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Crème de cassis, cedar wood, tobacco, smoke, forest floor and truffle are found with little effort. Ceci est probablement proche de la pleine maturité. Drink it over the next 10 years to get the most from this soft textured, elegant, smoky, blackberry, earth and cassis filled wine.

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1985 Haut Brion opens with a complex bouquet of floral, smoke,cassis, truffle, earth, tar and mineral aromas. With soft, elegant, supple textures and a long, ripe,round, sweet finish that’s filled with chocolate, blackberry and dark cherries, this wonderful Bordeaux wine is drinking perfectly today. It’s probably the top vintage of any First Growth in the market today for the money. 95 Pts

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1985 Haut Brion gets better each time I taste it. It is in competition for the wine of the vintage. Smoke, ash, leather, tar, tobacco, forest, BBQ and hot brick aromatics are all over the place. In the mouth, the wine offers soft, elegant, juicy, plums with round, plush textures. The wine ends with layers of silky, dark chocolate, black cherry and spice flavors. 96 points

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1985 Haut Brion is drinking perfectly today. Great nose, concentration of flavors and balance. This is not the best Haut Brion produced in the 80’s. 82 and 89 are much better wines. Mais qui s’en soucie? With its elegant, suave, round, opulent It’s drinking at the perfect place today. This is what great Claret is all about. 94 Pts

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Smoky, cassis, earth and tobacco notes start off the perfume. This elegant,complex, suave and very sophisticated wine is drinking perfectly today. This is truly a pleasure a drink. The finsh is close to 40 seconds. My father is not a wine buff, but I get immense pleasure sharing special wines with him.

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This mature Haut Brion offers a cornucopia of aromas. Smoke, earth, iron, spices and mushrooms jump out of the glass. The palate is bathed in a complex array of ripe, mature black fruits. This is a beautiful example of Haut Brion and the value of aging wines

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1985Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)96

Honey, flowers, orange rind, caramel, smoky vanilla and crisp, bright, yellow citrus and a nice pop of honeyed grapefruit is drinking perfectly today.

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Light yellow with a hint of gold in the color, the wine is loaded with ripe, sweet, mineral-driven, citrus peel, honeyed grapefruit and floral notes. With good volume and freshness, the fruity filled, full finish leaves you with slightly honeyed lemon and grapefruit notes.

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Deep yellow in color, with some gold. Lemon wax, floral, rocks, spice and a hint of honeysuckle appear in the perfume. More medium than full bodied, with a mineral driven, citrus finish, this bottle lacked the depth and concentration found in the best bottles. I have enjoyed much better bottles in the past. 90 points

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Flowers, honey, stones and grilled nuts jumped from the glass. Thick, concentrated and probably mature with a long life ahead. Beautiful, seamless finish.

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1983Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)90

Slightly past fully mature, this elegant, medium bodied, finesse styled wine delivers sweet cherries, smoke, tar, tobacco and forest floor scents. Soft and refined, this lighter vintage requires drinking, as there is not enough stuffing to allow for further development. It was nice seeing this wine after so many years as it was the first vintage of Haut Brion I ever tasted.

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1982Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)98

What a stunner! It’s easy to get stuck just smelling the wine, with all its smoke, wet earth, hay, spice, campfire, tobacco leaf and sweet cherry nuances. But that would be a mistake if that’s all you did, as you’d miss the sensuous, silky, elegant, long, refined layers of sweet and savory fruit. Delicate, but not light, the finish is long, silky, and fresh.

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This is just a beautiful wine. It’s pure silk on the palate. The fruit is ripe, sweet, fresh, subtle, and the smoky, cigar wrapper, wet earth, burning campfire and sweet, cherry notes just sing. it is hard to say what is better, the nose or the palate. And who cares? Both are equally stunning! Popped and poured, this is in the sweet spot, and it should get even better, if well stored.

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Drinking beautifully today, the tobacco, smoke and cigar box notes perfectly frame the fresh, sweet, plums and cherries. When the earthy, truffle notes popped in, everything began coming into place. Elegant, refined and silky, the wine is a real treat today and over the next few decades.

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Elegant, refined, regal and polished, the smoky, tobacco, wet earth, tar and dark red fruit aromatics really stand out. This is the most open of all the 1982 First Growth wines.

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Like smoking an aged Cuban cigar, toss in truffle, sweet fresh cherries and silk and you get the idea. As this continues to age, it’s taking on a more pronounced tobacco and cherry personality. There is no hurry to pop a cork. But it’s clearly open, mature and secondary.

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Smoke, tar, olives, truffle, cassis, tobacco and crushed stone start off the aromatic fireworks. Refined, elegant, soft and expressive, thee wine remains on your palate serving up a healthy dose of sweet, silky, pure red cherries. Fully mature, there is no hurry to drink it, but I am not sure how much better it’s going to get. This pristine bottle was one of the best examples of 1982 Haut Brion I’ve tasted.

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This was killed by the 1982 La Mission Haut Brion served at the same dinner. Elegant, perfumed, graceful, fully mature, refined, pure, soft and silky, this was a very nice wine, but it was not going to be confused with a great bottle of Haut Brion. It is important to remember that not all bottles are created alike. The next bottle could be the same, or it could be better.

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This bottle seemed lighter in color and more advanced than other bottles tasted recently. The nose offered an array of smoke, tobacco, cigar box, ah, blackberry, cherry, earth and wet forest notes. On the palate, the wine was pure silk and velvet, but it was missing the depth found in other bottles I liked more. Once again, it’s all about the provenance.

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With a captivating, smoky, tobacco, tar, wet earth, black berry, spice, plum and cherry filled nose, the wine is pure elegance. This is not the most concentrated vintage of Haut Brion, but there is a beauty to the finesse textures coupled with a purity of spicy, sweet, ripe cherries in the finish that makes this a treat! While there is no hurry to drink this wine, at 30 years of age, I’m not sure how much more evolution will be gained by holding it longer.

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1982 Haut Brion is loaded with smoky kirsch. tobacco, crushed stone, spice, coffee, cigar box, cedar and cassis aromas. With sexy, velvet laced textures and layers of soft, polished, ripe fruit, this wine delivers a sublime tasting experience. 97 Pts

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1982 Haut Brion offers smoke, Mesquite wood, truffles, earth, caramel, Cuban cigar tobacco and stone aromatics. With polished, round, silky, opulent textures, this sexy wine ends with waves of soft, velvet laced fruit. This is drinking great today, But it should improve for at least another 15-20 years. 97

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1982 Haut Brion smells like cassis was spilled over hot bricks. The perfume was further complicated with aromas of smoke, licorice, truffle, honey and wood, which added more complexity to the wine. This elegant Bordeaux wine finishes with dark chocolate and ripe black cherries. This wine continues to improve every year. It’s still young, fresh and vibrant. I would not be surprised to see this get better over the next few decades or longer. Over the past few years, this wine has really improved and become a much more exciting wine to drink. 97 Pts

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his jumps out of the glass with sweet blackberry, tobacco, herbs, caramel, smoke, under brush and truffle notes. Soft, silky and elegant, with polish and style, this still youthful Bordeaux ended with a long, pure, dark fruit filled finish.

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This is deep ruby in color with hints of brick around the edges. Aromas of smoke, spice, cassis, plums, coffee, hot wet stones and a faint hint of licorice make an incredible perfume. In your mouth, the texture is akin to letting ripe fruit melt over your palate with countless layers of velvety, plush fruit. Tout est en équilibre. The wine continued improving over the few hours it remained in our glasses. This stunning Bordeaux wine personifies power, grace, elegance and lust.

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Classy notes of smoky, cherry, pipe tobacco, tar, cedar and cassis. Very seductive and elegant. This is probably close to maturity. The style is elegant, plush and regal. The long fresh finish with its round, silky style is a treat.

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Smoky with gobs of black fruit, tobacco, tar, spice, earth and forest floor aromas. Elegant and sophisticated in style, this plush, polished wine is a treat for the senses..

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The wine has gained in stature and complexity. Very smoky and rich, this still young wine will continue evolving for decades.

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Compelling aromas of smoky, black and red fruits with spices happily introduce themselves quickly. Full Bodied with ripe cassis and blackberry. Soft, elegant and polished.

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1982Château Haut-Brion Blanc  (Pessac-Léognan)96

I have never tasted this vintage of Haut Brion Blanc before. Sadly, now I know what I have been missing. At days before its 37th birthday, this is a beauty. Lush, round, full and rich, the ripe, sweet citrus and green apple show just a hint of honey. This tastes, smells and feels great. If you are lucky enough to own any bottles of this gem, pop that cork as this is probably at its maximum peak.

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1981Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)90

Elegant, charming and loaded with tobacco, smoke, campfire embers, cigar wrapper, ash and red fruits, this medium bodied, refined, earthy wine needs consuming sooner than later, before the fruit continues fading.

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1979Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)93

Quite a charmer. From a perfect bottle, this medium bodied, finesse styled, smoky, cherry pipe tobacco, earth and forest scented wine, offered, soft, smooth, refined textures. Fully mature, do not hesitate to pop a cork.

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1979 Haut Brion is a medium bodied wine with tobacco, kirsch, camphor, cherry and earthy aromas. Light in style, this soft, elegant wine ends with a kirsch finish. 90 points

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The nose offers intense aromas of smoke, licorice, cigar box and wood scents. Very enjoyable. Medium bodied with a great silky texture, deep flavors and an elegant finish. This is fully mature but will easily last 10 more years.

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1978Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)90

You need to be a big of tobacco, cigar box, tar and smoke to dig this wine. But if you like that, and I do, as you look into the wine further, you find earthy, tobacco coated, red berries, earth, and forest notes. There is more to like on the mostly secondary nose, than on the palate, which is short and a little green in the finish. This is not a wine to hold, as I suspect more of the fruit will fade sooner than later.

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1976Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)87

Considering the vintage, this was better than expected. It’s all about the smoky, tobacco, cigar box and cherry nose as the wine is light and fading. Buvez.

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1975Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)92

Much better on its tobacco driven nose, that also offered tar, leather, wet earth, cedar and cigar box charms, than on the stoic, firm, gritty palate. Lovers of older, classic wines will probably like this a lot more than I did. This is fully mature and while there is no reason to wait, I doubt at 41 years of age that it will get much better from here.

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I was more than surprised to discover how much I liked this wine. At 40 years of age, the once hard tannins have receded, the textures have become soft, adding a previously missing elegance and charm and the smoke, tar, tobacco, cigar box and fresh, dark red fruits were finally allowed to shine. The wine is fully mature and while there is no hurry to drink it, there is no reason not to pull a cork either.

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Rustic charm abounds in this mature vintage of Haut Brion with its tobacco, cedar, cassis and smoke filled personality. This is not going to improve, but with its massive tannin level, it’s not going away quickly either. This is for fans of older, traditionally styled Bordeaux.

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Old school in style, with smoke, tobacco, earth, cassis, blackberry, mushroom and forest floor aromas, this fully mature Bordeaux wine has some rough edges on the palate. The wine ends with hints of tartness in the smoky, rustic cassis filled finish.

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1975 Haut Brion is fully mature. Tobacco, cedar, smoke, dark berries, earth, minerality, leaf and tar aromatics are easy to find. The wine has an austere, rustic side to its personality. Some green flavors are blended in with the cassis and cranberry finish. This wine will last for decades, but it will not get better and will probably dry out in time. It’s a solid example of an old school Bordeaux. 91 points

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Decanted 3 hours, this wine did not display the hard, austere nature of most 75’s. Tobacco, smoke, spice, herbs, truffle and baked black cherry aromas drifted from the glass. In the mouth, this medium bodied wine displays an elegant side. The tannins have resolved. The wine is fully mature. While I do not know if it will improve, it’s not in any danger of falling apart over the next several years.

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This is filled with rich, wonderful, smoky, tar, tobacco and truffle Graves character. This medium weight Haut Brion is in an austere style, which is expected for the vintage. Still, this is one the best 75’s I’ve tasted.

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1970Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)88

If the strong scent of cigar box, tobacco, smoke, wet forest and dark cherry aromatics is your thing, this wine is for you. Fully mature, medium bodied, soft, but lacking in fruit, as the secondary characteristics permeate the wine, it requires drinking, not cellaring.

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Light in color and lighter in weight, lacking concentration. This is much better on the nose than the palate with its earthy, cigar box and smoky nose. This fully mature wine requires consumption sooner than later before the remaining fruit fades away.

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1970 Haut Brion started off with smoke, cherry pipe tobacco, cassis, earth and spicy aromas. Medium to full bodied, this lighter style of Haut Brion needs to be drunk up sooner than later. Time will not be kind to this wine.

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T n T means many things. In this case, it stands for truffles and tobacco. This wine is filled with both scents along with cassis, underbrush, leather, spice and cassis. This wine is slowly fading. Theold school finish ends with cassis and hints of tart red fruit.

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1966Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)89

Much better on the nose, with its wonderful, smoke, tobacco, cigar box, wet forest floor and cherry pipe tobacco filled nose, than on the light, slightly rustic palate. There was a discernible green note in the finish, that took away from the earthy, red fruits. Entièrement mature, il n’y a aucune raison de maintenir cela plus longtemps.

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1964Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)92

Smoky, medium bodied, with more tobacco, truffle, cigard box and earth, than sweet cherries in character, this requires consumption as it lacks the depth of raw material for further aging.

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Light in color with smoke, tar, earth, tobacco and sweet, red berry nose. Medium bodied with soft, delicate, spice filled, strawberry and cherry finish. This is on the downside of life and requires consumption.

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This bottle was was rockin’! From an original case, I’ve had 10 bottles of this wine. Most of the bottles seemed tired. But not on this night! It was dark in color with port like scents along with caramel, smoked, frilled meat, tar and tobacco aromas. Elegantly styled, this medium/full bodied wine finished with round, supple textures and spicy, smoke filled black cherry and cassis flavors. Having had this wine on numerous occasions from my cellar and from from cellars of my friends, this was the best bottle of 64 Haut Brion I will ever have. The point being, there is no reason to hold this wine. Drink ’em if you have ’em.

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This lighter style of Haut Brion has started to fade. Aromatically, the wine offers tobacco, smoke, earth, forest, five spice and tar notes. This is better in the nose than on the palate. Medium bodied with a light, short finish that ends with cassis and spicy strawberry flavors. This was richer and more interesting a few years ago. Buvez.

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1961Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)100

Incredible levels of density and intensity, with a beautiful purity fruit that seems as though you were eating the berries in a cigar lounge. There is richness, silky tannins and a finish that leaves you breathless.

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Intensity, vibrancy, concentration and complexity, what more could you ask for? OK, I’d ask for another glass of this smoke-filled, earthy, spicy, luscious, rich, full-bodied wine with its endless finish please.

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If you ever want to experience what great Bordeaux, fully mature is all about, and if you either recently won the lottery, or have very, wealthy friends, this is the wine to buy! That should be enough of a tasting note. But for those that want details, intensely, or is that insanely concentrated, there is enough smoke, tobacco, cigar wrapper, rocks, truffle, campfire, and dark red fruits to open the first combination cigar and fruit shop. Lush, silky, deep and long this just gets better in the glass. Save your great vintages, because those should be even better at the same age.

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When a wine leaves you speechless, that should be the end of it. There is so much concentration, intensity and richness going on here, frankly, this wine is off the charts. Blind, you would never guess this was close to the 50 year mark. The remarkable finish is still expansive.

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Heart stopping from start to finish. The nose reminded me of walking into a store that sold only flowers, spice and Cuban cigars. The texture felt like spun silk. This is purity and elegance at its best, with a sweetness of fruit, concentration of flavor and a smoky, spicy, pure, fresh cherry finish that demanded you take another sip. The finish must have remained in your mouth for at least 60 seconds. Popped and poured, this was an incredible tasting experience!

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1961 Haut Brion explodes from the glass. The powerful aromatics are filled with truffle, Cuban tobacco, earth, herb, rhubarb, cigar, leather and smoke sensations. This Bordeaux wine is huge, but perfectly in balance. Soft, sweet, structured, elegant and graceful is what this feels like on your palate. The long spicy, cassis and earthy finish is pure harmony. About a glass remained in the bottle overnight. The bottle was simply left on the counter and a cork was placed back in the neck. In the morning, while some of the fruit had faded, the textures and fragrance remained. Well stored bottles will easily last another 20, 30 or 40 years!

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This was a pristine bottle that has been stored at the chateau since the wine was first bottled. 1961 Haut Brion is riveting. This Bordeaux wine captures your attention. Grabbing you like a great piece of music, each sip compels you to focus on the experience. The smells, the feeling and the flavors last long after the bottle is empty. Wines like this make memories. Smoke, tobacco, cigar box, earth, cassis, truffle, tar, crushed stone, spice, ash and wet forest floor aromas pour out of the glass. And that’s just the opening act. In the mouth, the wine drenches your palate with waves of opulent, sweet, smoke filled cassis and dense, rich ripe cherries. The texture is pure silk and velvet with the weight and feel of motor oil. This elegant, concentrated, suave, regal wine is balanced, harmonious and ends with a seamless finish that lasts at least 60 seconds. 100 Pts

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This deep colored, smoky, jammy wine had additional notes of cedar, caramel and earth. Extremely concentrated, almost dense. This had so much sexy, ripe, sweet, black fruit, I thought I was losing my mind! The finish was absolutely seamless. The palate presence was similar to silky motor oil. When you see the descriptor “Port Like” the 61 Haut Brion should be pictured next to it!

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1961 Haut Brion tasted from two different bottles. There was a slight difference between the bottles. One bottle displayed more concentration with deeper, darker more intense flavors. The better bottle yielded an exotic perfume of spice box, tobacco, fresh leaves, truffles, soy, leather, smoke, tar and earth. Richly colored for a wine this old makes it look like a wine from the 70’s. The purity, freshness and depth discovered in the wine was off the charts. Very concentrated with plush, opulent andsilky textures. As good as bottle wine was, the next wine was even better! 1945 La Mission Haut Brion out of magnum. Trust me, this was a hard act to follow. With glass in hand, I was ready.

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This is stunningly thick, rich and dense on the palate. On the nose, this bottle was not as fragrant as other bottles.

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1959Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)98

Intense, full, rich, deep, complex and knocking on the door of mind-blowing, the wine provides all the sweet, earthy, ripe, pit fruit, smoke, tobacco, ash, cigar box, tar and hay nuances you can handle. Ripe, fresh, sweet, complex, and sensual, with silky tannins and a smoky, red cherry finish, this is just an inch or so behind the other-worldly 1961.

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The smoke filled nose, with its campfire embers, cigar box, cigar wrapper, ash, tobacco and earthy, deep, red fruits creates a divine perfume. Silky, opulent and richly textured, this really lingers on your palate, which is just amazing as this is creeping up on its 60th birthday! Not as concentrated as the 1961, which was served in the same flight, but the opulent character really showed great here.

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This is the best bottle of this wine I have ever tasted. Picture an incredibly, sexy, sensuous woman lounging in a cigar shop, and you only start getting the idea. I’ve posted more than enough notes on the array or tobacco and other scents that there is no need to repeat them here. What made this a breathtaking bottle was its purity of fruit, concentration and sensual, silky, elegant textures, with a finish that never quit. Paired against the 1961, (Both bottles came from the chateau) they were equally perfect, but quite distinctive in their style. This is intellectual hedonism at its best!

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There is such a beautiful, elegance to Haut Brion, especially as it ages that it’s hard not to be enthralled, anytime you get to taste mature bottles. The nose, with its truffle, cedar chest, Cigar box, tobacco, tar, smoke and wet earth nose, could keep you busy for hours. The wine has concentration, soft, polished, elegant textures and the roundness that only comes from the patina of age. The finish really lingers on, with its fresh, sweet, ripe cherries and juicy plums.

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1959 Haut Brion is filled with smoke, truffle, cigar box, pipe tobacco, mineral, cassis and blackberry aromas. Supple, opulent, round and soft, this sensuously textured wine feels great as it slips and slides over your palate. 97 Pts

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1955Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)97

The smoke, tobacco, tar, wet earth, burning wood and red fruit aromas truly captivate your senses. Soft, supple, elegant and carrying the patina of 60 years of age quite nicely, this was a treat in every sense of the word. The wine was stood up for a few days in advance, popped and poured.

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This was a good, but not great example of this rare treat. Still, the intensely smoke filled nose, with its tar, truffle, cigar box and spicy cherry nose, soft, elegant textures and long, sensuous, spicy, red berry finish was a thrill to sip.

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Smoke, tar, leather, earth, tobacco, cigar box, spice, truffle, cassis, cherry and scents of incense are in full force. Soft, round, earthy and regal, this bottle had everything you want and more in a mature Bordeaux wine, including a long finish that leaves you with a myriad of assorted cherry flavors, flowing from light to dark.

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1955 Haut Brion pops with smoke, earth, fire, cassis, BBQ, tobacco and mushroom scents. Full bodied and filled with fruit, but there is a sense of greenness in the finish along with tart sensations. This Bordeaux wine offered further proof that with age, there is no such thing as great wines, just great bottles. 90 points

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1953Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)99

Mind-blowing from the initial sniff, let alone sip. The perfume could keep you busy for hours. But the palate, with its silky sensuous, elegant textured, layers of fruit, wet earth, smoke and tobacco stole the show. The finish was seamless and seemingly endless. What a wine!

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From a bottle with the original cork still intact, the wine was splash decanted and served. From the moment the wine hit the glass, we all knew we were in for a mind blowing treat. On the nose, the smoke, tar, tobacco, cigar box, cherry and earthy perfume was off the hook. But the pure silk textures of all that sweet, ripe, smoky fruit was breathtaking. The wine was exactly what old, fully mature Bordeaux is all about. If you are like me and cannot these wines today, try and find a rich friend with bottles in their cellar as this is the type of wine that dreams are made of. Apologies to Humphrey Bogart.

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Smoke, tar, tobacco, hot bricks, cassis, black cherry, cigar box, tar and ash are easy to find. In the mouth, the wine is soft, refined, elegant and sophisticated with a silky red and black, smoky, spice filled finish. There is no reason to hold this wine any longer.

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Smoky, tobacco, spice, cassis, earth and mushroom scents filled your nose. The wine offered an unbelievable palate presence with its layers of ripe, dark, silky fruit that showed unique patina of age that adds to the wines sensuous, silky texture.

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1943Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)87

I seldom see wines produced during the war years. All things considered, this was better than expected. Light in weight, the wine was more interesting on the nose than on the palate, which offered elegant, refined textures, without much concentrartion, depth or length.

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1934Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)94

1934 Haut Brion from an original, never recorked bottle. Shared with my father, because it’s his birth year and with Jean Philippe Delmas from Haut Brion at my house. The wine sports a ruby, tea color. Complex aromas of Cuban cigars, pipe tobacco, hot bricks, sweet cherry blossoms, spice, decaying leaves, dried fruit and coca powder are easy to find. The mouth feel is pure silk. This elegantly styled wine ends with light sensations of spicy, smoky cassis. 94 Pts for the wine and 100 Pts for the experience!

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1919Château Haut-Brion  (Pessac-Léognan)75

While most of the fruit has long since faded away, the opportunity to experience an Haut Brion that’s 100 years old was still not lost on me. Light in color, with too much VA going on, it took serious effort to find the tobacco, tar, leather and hints of red fruit buried underneath. Refined in texture, there were drips and drabs of smoked, earthy red fruit in the finish.

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