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ROBERT PARKER WINE SPECTATOR WINE ADVOCATE JANCIS ROBINSON BURGHOUND

The finest Batailley I have had in many years, the dense purple-colored 2009 exhibits a boatload of tannin as well as sweet, caramelized, black currant fruit intermixed with hints of charcoal, cedarwood and smoke, a full-bodied mouthfeel and the aforementioned high, but sweet, well-integrated tannin displaying no jaggedness. Batailley often requires considerable patience as it can be one of the longest-lived Pauillacs. Atypically for Batailley, the 2009 should be ready to drink in 5-7 years and keep for three decades.

Score: 94
Robert Parker, Wine Advocate
Date: February, 2011
Maturity: 2017-2047

Bright crimson. Pretty deep. Succulent and sumptuous on the nose. Lots of sweetness. Just a little attenuated but should deliver satisfaction eventually!

Score: 16
Jancis Robinson
Date: -
Maturity: -

Blackberry, dark chocolate and currants on the nose, follow through to a full body, with beautifully polished tannins and a long caressing finish. Fresh and refined. Best ever from here. Always excellent value.

Score: 93
James Suckling, Wine Spectator
Date: -
Maturity: 2018+
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