Ch. Le Moulin, Pomerol
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Ch. Le Moulin, Pomerol - 2010

Item # 31703 750mL
$99.96/ Single Bottle
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$1199.52 $1079.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

A spicy, full-bodied Bordeaux from Pomerol. Château Le Moulin is named after a 19th century windmill that adorns the property. Showing evolution but still a wine to hold for many years to come. Grab a bottle if you're looking for a classic Pomerol.

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Staff Pick Notes

There’s a lot of weak Merlot out there giving the grape a bad name. Merlot is produced all over the globe, often without abandon, creating wines that are less than scintillating. What is real Merlot like? Pomerol! Pomerol wine laws restrict yields so that their wines show Merlot’s inherent richness. Roasted hickory nuts, freshly laid asphalt, licorice, stewed plums & currants, with a pinch of tobacco. Lay all of these flavors on a silken texture and you quickly understand why Pomerol has always had a following.

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Astor's Glossary of Terms


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