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Wine Critic
James Suckling
97 / 100
Jeb Dunnuck
95 / 100
Wine Independent
94 / 100
JS
97
JD
95
WI
94
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Chateau Le Gay Pomerol (6 bottle OWC) FUTURES 2023 pre-arrival

France - Bordeaux - Pomerol - Red
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Chateau Le Gay Pomerol (6 bottle OWC) FUTURES 2023 pre-arrival ETA summer 2026

Expert tasting note:

"The deep, dark, virtually opaque black-ruby color is almost opaque. Aromas of chocolate, vanilla & licorice over dark black-cherry fruit. On the palate ripe black-cherry fruit is overlaid by cocoa powder notes. Alcohol is balanced & the acidity is fresh. The mid-palate has suppleness but becomes more grippy & cedary on the long fresh finish. Vanilla & cedar re-asset themselves in the end as the alcohol enhances sweet oak spice notes." - 04/24 (ep) DCAMW

97 points James Suckling

"Very attractive center-palate with blackberry fruit, a hint of chocolate and a minerally, terra-cotta undertone. Medium-bodied, fresh and racy. Shows tension and clarity. It grows on the finish with muscular yet fine tannins. May be better than 2022." (4/2024) 

95 points Jeb Dunnuck

"Red and black fruits, flowery incense, tobacco, and beautifully integrated spice oak all emerge from the 2023 Château Le Gay, a pure, medium to full-bodied, silky, incredibly elegant Pomerol. It plays in the livelier yet concentrated style of the vintage and has beautiful ripeness and polished, abundant tannins. It's going to benefit from just a few years of bottle age and have a broad drinking window. Tasted multiple times. The blend is 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc, aging in new barrels. I’d put this up with the top Pomerols in the vintage." (5/2024)