The wine is brilliant and limpid. The dress is a dark garnet. The bouquet exhibits notes of praline and cocoa followed by hints of black pepper and emotive, vibrant notes of currants and raspberries. After stirring, come the floral aromas of fresh roses, and a fine woody touch very lighted vanilla-flavoured. The attack is straightforward. The mouth shows a very refined tannin in a supple envelope that perfects the middle of the mouth. The fruity and floral aromas are confirmed. The harmonious wine at this stage of evolution is a promise of delicacy. The finish is very long and evokes a sensation of tasty currant jelly.
92pts James Suckling Blueberries with hints of hazelnuts and chocolate on the nose and palate. Fullbody. Velvety tannins. Nicely done.
94pts Wine Enthusiasts This estate is regaining its rightful place in the prestigious crus classés. Richly textured, this latest release shows luscious blackberry fruits and layers of firm tannins. The wine will age well, so wait to drink until 2026. Roger Voss - Wine Enthusiast WE
90pts Jeff Leve (The Wine Cellar) Much better in the bottle than in the barrel, the wine is medium bodied, with a cedar, tobacco and red currant profile. Forward, soft, fresh, fruity and with a classic lean to its chewy, spicy red fruit finish. This is best vintage of Chateau de Camensac I have ever tasted.
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