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Chateau Laroze 2014, St Emilion GCC


With its purple hue and tight rim, the wine vintage stands out with its plush, dark, berry-fruited taste. It's a youthful wine with a leathery and meaty finish, and its tame tannins add to its appeal. This vintage, darker and more intense than its 2012, 2013, and 2015 counterparts, is a must-have for those seeking an exciting comparison. 


VindeVert awards 92 points: The aromatic and slightly fresh nose is a sensory delight, revealing notes of fresh blackberry, crème de cassis, and small wild berries, with hints of ripe pepper, woody nuances, mocha, and a touch of pepper. The fruity, sophisticated palate is a journey of unctuosity, tension, juiciness, and fat, framed by freshness, suavity, gourmandise, and precision. In the mouth, this wine unfolds with notes of blackberry cream, fleshy cassis, juicy raspberry, chocolate, toasted oak, and a subtle hint of almond/Bourbon vanilla on the finish. The well-built tannins and discreet hint of chocolate on the persistence add to the overall sensory experience. Edited. 

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