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Château Hourtin-Ducasse vintage 2015 !

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2020 vintage, a silver medal at the 2023 Concours Général Agricole, in Paris – A gold medal at the 2023 Concours Féminalise, in Beaune – Rated 89 by Andreas Larsson: "Rather deep and dense colour with a purple hue. Fragrant cassis and dark berry notes with sage, tobacco and mild oak. The palate is dense and restrained in a classic age worhty profile, savoury dark fruit, a fresh backbone and fine length. Good density and material but needing time. A wine to drink from 2024." / 2019 vintage, rated 92 by David Lawrason - Rated 89 by Wine Enthgusiast: “A spicy wine, this is light in texture, already with an attractive balance between fruit and tannins. As the initial freshness smooths out, the wine will develop a spicy character to balance the fresh fruitiness. ¬Drink from 2023 (Roger Voss)” - A Bronze medal at the 2022 Concours des Vignerons Indépendants, in Paris / 2018 vintage, rated 94 by Sara d’Amato: ”Immediately endearing, this assemblage of 43% cabernet sauvignon, 42% merlot, 14% cabernet franc and 1% petit verdot is well-structured poised. Notably concentrated and refined with plush but grippy tannins. Upfront and yet not entirely revealing. Youthful and needing further time in bottle for best expression. Best 2023-2029. Value Rating: *****” – Rated 93 by John Szabo – Rated 92 by David Lawrason – Rated 92 by Michael Godel – Rated 91 and a silver medal at the International Wine Challenge 2020 in London – Rated 90 by Wine Enthusiast, Roger Voss – Selected and rated 89 by Andreas Larsson – Selected by the Dussert Gerber Guide 2021 – Selected and rated * by 1001 Dégustations 2021 / 2017 vintage, rated 91 (barrel sample) by Wine Enthusiast. "Finely perfumed, this wine is open and full of generous black fruits. The ripeness and rounded juicy character mean that this wine is going to developwell over the medium-term. Drink from 2022." R.V. (4/1/2018), rated 14 by Bettane+Desseauve / 2016 vintage

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