Château Carbonnieux

Château Carbonnieux

Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

6/2021. Nice Bordeaux. Full flavor and easy to drink. — 2 months ago

Mike liked this

Château Carbonnieux

La Croix de Carbonnieux Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Sometimes you just want a nice relatively classic Bordeaux. Not sure I’d had their second wine before. Nice with some great classic Bordeaux notes with a nice long finish with good balance. — a year ago

Severn and Jason liked this

Château Carbonnieux

Graves de Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend 1961

Stellar. My favorite of the 61 flight. Fresh, bright, silky, still structured. — 5 years ago

David, Eric and 15 others liked this

Château Landereau

Bordeaux Clairet Red Bordeaux Blend 2012

A really nice well structured Bordeaux blanc. Not quite the heft of carbonnieux, but a lovely drinker at the beach. Goes great with crab. — 6 years ago

Château Carbonnieux

Pessac-Léognan Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend 2009

White Pessac Leognan when done right. Probably at its peak now. Despite the 70% sauvignon blanc / 30% sémillon blend, the sémillon seems to take the ascendency here. Right balance of mineral, flower, alcool and fruit with a satisfying length and a tight finish. — 3 months ago

Serge and Kenji liked this

Alpha Omega

ERA Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2013

David T

On the nose, muted dark cassis, wild dark, brambly berries, dry stems, pepper, loamy soils, blackberry cola and dark fresh florals. The mouthfeel is big and lush. Tannins are soft and round. The fruits are very ripe. Blackberries, blueberries, dark cherries, black plum, black raspberries, dark chocolate, mocha powder, salted caramel, spice-box, soft leather, tobacco with ash, crushed dry rocks, stones, black tea & dark fresh florals. The finish is rich, lush and round fruits with just the right touch of earth. As well, the acidity is very good. Photo tour of; a long twilight view of the exterior of their estate building, main tasting room, tasting area in the barrel room and Winemaker Jean Hoefliger. Jean began his career in wine working for his godfather, who owns one of Europe's oldest wineries, founded in 1536 and located in Epesses, Switzerland. He also worked at Château Lynch-Bages and Château Carbonnieux in Bordeaux, Meerlust Inc., in South Africa, Fonjallaz S.A. in Switzerland and Hartford Court in Russian River. — 4 years ago

Julie, Shay and 16 others liked this

Coquerel Family Wine Estates

Le Petit Coquerel Sauvignon Blanc 2013

Christine Barbe is the winemaker at Coquerel and she brings years of experience with her, having worked at both Château Carbonnieux and La Louvière in Pessac-Léognan. Her deft handling of this crisp and enchanting white shows—the 2013 Le Petit Coquerel is artfully imbued with bruised pear, cucumber and lemongrass notes. Refreshing and bright, with racy acidity cradled in star fruit, crushed shell and fleur de sel notes. Sur Lies aging adds weight and texture to this poised Calistoga Verdeleho. 13.5% ABV | Sample — 6 years ago

"Odedi", Kuan and 3 others liked this

Château Carbonnieux

Graves White Bordeaux Blend 2015

Best bottle of Carbonnieux blanc I’ve tasted so far. This rocks! Lemon squeeze, flint, freshly cut grass. Long and lingering. Yum. — 4 months ago

Jeroen, Eric and 1 other liked this

Château Clerc Milon

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2004

A. R.

Pretty stark contrast between this and the Chateau Carbonnieux drank alongside. Much more regal, linear and mature. On the nose, mature dark fruit, forest floor, cassis, leather. Similar in the mouth. Some tannins with good acid. Needed about 2 hours in a decanter to fully realize potential. A proper and mature Pauillac. — 2 years ago

Ken liked this

Château Tour Leognan

Pessac-Léognan White Bordeaux Blend 2004

2004 un cran en dessous du Carbonnieux, mais très réussi. — 6 years ago