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Wine Critic
James Suckling
98 / 100
Vinous
98 / 100
Wine Independent
97 / 100
JS
98
V
98
WI
97
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Rauzan-Ségla Margaux (6 bottle OWC) FUTURES 2023 pre-arrival

France - Bordeaux - Margaux - Red
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Rauzan-Ségla Margaux (6 bottle OWC) FUTURES 2023 pre-arrival ETA summer 2026

Expert tasting note:

"Deep, dark & virtually opaque purple-black in color. The aromas are rich, ripe & heady with notes of black-cherry, sweet licorice & raisins. On the palate concentrated, bursting, black-cherry fruit is overlaid with notes of chocolate & coffee. There are plentiful concentrated ripe fruit tannins with a plush, silky texture. Alcohol is balanced & the ripe fruit gains savory touches on the finish. The wine's freshness gives a long, bright fruit finish." - 04/24 (ep) DCAMW

Critics' Reviews:

- James Suckling: 98  

  "A Rauzan-Ségla with solid tannins that are muscular, well-toned and beautiful. Black currants, blueberries and flowers. Chewy finish. One for the cellar. Classic."

- Vinous: 96-98  

  "The 2023 Rauzan-Ségla is fabulous. Rich, dense and explosive, the 2023 soars out of the glass with captivating aromatics. Readers will find a vertical, deep Margaux endowed with tremendous character and nuance."

- The Wine Independent: 95-97  

  "The 2023 Rauzan-Ségla is deep garnet-purple in color. It prances out with flamboyant notes of Morello cherries, blackcurrant pastilles, violets, and licorice giving way to suggestions of rosebud tea, crushed rocks, and Sichuan pepper."