Red wine - France
|Type:||Red wine (More lots)|
|Producer, Name of wine:||Chateau Cheval Blanc|
|Classification:||1er Grand Cru Classé A|
|Number of bottles:||1|
|Bottle size:||Bottle (0.75L)|
1953 Chateau Cheval Blanc - Saint-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé A - Fourcaud-Laussac
95/100 Robert Parker
In the fifties, the greatest vintage is the 1953. I am sure this wine has been fully mature for at least 15-20 years. Nevertheless, it has held its magic for that considerable period, and is still the most fragrant, and from an aromatic perspective, the most compelling Cheval Blanc I have ever tasted. Perhaps the 1982 will turn out to be this profoundly perfumed. It is not a blockbuster, but is incredibly seductive, and so soft and silky.
Amazingly, this wine is still dark crimson, even if the rim is quite mature. The nose was wonderfully pure and jewelly in texture - so perfumed and refined! This wine after all was made only six years after the miraculous 1947.
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|Rest of Europe||$39.71|
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