Château GABY : Note Primeurs 2010 – Robert Parker – Wine Spectator

Suite aux dégustations primeurs 2010 dans les différents lieux où nous avons présentés voici quelques notes qui sont sorties :

**James MOLESWORTH** – Wine Spectator : Still very primal, but enticing, with sappy raspberry, sweet spice, melted licorice and linzer torte notes that have yet to stretch out fully. There’s racy acidity as well, so this should knit nicely. Barrel tasting.
Score: 90–93/100

**Robert PARKER** : One of the finest examples of Gaby I have ever tasted, the 2010 is loaded with crushed rock, spring flower and black currant characteristics presented in a medium-bodied, structured, sweet, round, savory format. The wine’s purity, richness of fruit and overall character suggest drinking it over the next decade.
Score: 87-89/100

**Decanter** : Rich, firm extract. Plenty of subtsance. Oak abrasive at the tasting but should settle. Perceptible acidity. Solid structure.
Drink 2015-2024 / 15,5/20 ***

**Panos KAKAVIATOS** – Connections to wines : Black wine ! Very potion and I do not recognize Bordeaux as much.
87 / 100

**René Gabriel** :
17 / 20

**Alain Bringolf – Boottle** : arômes explosifs de cerises noires et de santal. L’entame est concentrée, puissante et riche. Fruit un peu confit. Un vin quelque peu baroque, mais qui reste équilibré.


mai 12, 2011


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