The team did not taste the 2011 vintage for years. Therefore, it is more reliable to show the current tastings as follows:
This is one of the best wines from this chateau, with dense fruit and a robust, complex structure. Blackberries, plums, and a rich, generous character are all here, along with fine tannins. Drink this great success from 2018—94WE (edit).
The nose is fruity and offers minerality, a small concentration and deepness. It reveals notes of ripe strawberry, blackberry and slight notes of small black fruits associated with touches of cornflower, small blue fruits, as well as discreet hints of liquorice, mushroom and a discreet hint of Sichuan pepper. The mouth is fruity, fresh, mineral, and well-balanced and offers a beautiful definition, gourmandize an acidulous frame and precision. On the mouth, this wine expresses notes of fleshy blackberry, ripe wild raspberry and slight notes of very ripe small berries associated with a touch of dry violet; dry rose, and hints of racy minerality, mushroom and a very discreet hint of tobacco and cardamom. Tannins are elegant and well-built. 94VertdeVin. (Google translate, then edit).
Intense ruby garnet, violet reflections, delicate ocher rim lightening. Ripe plums, a touch of herbs and spices, some velvet, delicately animal. Medium-bodied, subtle blackberry confit, integrated, spicy tannins, mineral notes, a hint of sweet fruit on the finish, a versatile food accompaniment. 92Falstaff(edit).
These are the spices that emerge from this Château de Camensac 2006. This is a nice Haut Médoc Cru Classé with fresh cassis fruit, roasted aromas, and peppery notes, which is delightful on the palate and has a typical character. of the region. It will be enjoyed with beautiful red meat to sublimate it even more. Thanks to the oenologists Michel Rolland and Eric Boissenot, this Haut Médoc is a wine that gives cru quality and excellent value. It is persistent in the mouth. Medium-bodied; with reasonably long length. The best score is 91 from Gilbert & Gaillard
Deep ruby; tight rim. Pretty rose tones—a good fruit profile with a fresh raspberry, strawberry, mint and tobacco scented bouquet. The nose reflects the palate with weight, intensity, concentration and density for the class. Dry tannins are well balanced and ageing well. Some complexities from the mix of varietals from 46% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Cabernet Franc, 2% Carmenere, and 1% P Petit Verdot. High-quality, fruity vintage for Potensac. Classic Bordeaux four-square style; 13.5% ABV. A charming medium-bodied bottle that drinks on and on. This property is owned by the Delon family (Léoville-Las-Cases) and is a powerful wine that will outlive most all wines in its class.
Decanter awards it 92 POints and writes, "After almost 20 years, the colour is only showing slight evolution. The nose is fragrant and charming, with blackcurrant aromas. Hefty in its youth, it has become supple and graceful, with lift and charm, though it still has the Potensac tannic backbone. Ready, but no rush to drink. (SB) (3/2020)"