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Staff Pick

Le Benjamin de Beauregard, Pomerol - 2014

Item # 38718 750mL
$59.96/ Single Bottle
$719.52 $647.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Produced from the sandy-gravel soils of Ch. Beauregard, this wine has all the traits of a great growth, combining the characteristic finesse and elegance of Pomerol wines.

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Staff Pick Notes

Here is a wildly aromatic wine redolent of juicy red currants, plum and spice! The palate feel is dry and has the restrained elegance, akin to familiar wines of Bordeaux. Fine tannin that is accessible and acidity that is balanced. This wine sort of straddles the line between Old World palate feel and New World aromatic. Sandy gravel soils here in Pomerol are perfect to grow this 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc blend.


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