Possibly a bit young, but I like the tannins balancing out the bold ripe fruits — a month ago
Absolute happiness in a glass - bold yet gentle; vibrant yet restrained; lemony creamy goodness - one of my favorite expressions of Chasse Monty yet. — 2 years ago
Wednesday night's middle of the week wine is the 2010 Château Gressier Grand Poujeaux. This wine is a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Merlot and made in conjuction with Château Chasse-Spleen.
The nose reveals juicy dark fruit, black cherry, black raspberry, black plum, black currant, licorice, violet floral notes, chocolate and an earthiness.
The palate leads us to the same juicy dark fruits of black cherry, blackberry, black plum, black currant, herbal notes, licorice, violet florals, toasty oak and good earthy notes.
We have a full bodied medium + acidity, medium + gripping tannins that moves right into a long finish with lingering cherry notes straight through. Enjoy the down hill side of your week and continued safe travels. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷 — 3 years ago
Thats amazing, highly recommended — 2 years ago
Bm+. Tm+. Am+. Fm. 3 years is too early. — 3 years ago
A very nice Chambolle-Musigny. Just a perfect color in the glass. After a swirl the aromas reveal themselves. Quite restrained, with dried flowers and a touch of red fruit on the nose. Silky smooth mouthfeel with well balanced fruit and earth, and a long finish with good acid. Tannins are there but smooth. Delicious with mains at Club Chasse et la Peche in Montreal. — 4 years ago
Appearance - Medium Lemon Gold appearance.
Nose - Medium Intensity of Floral, Lemon and Vanilla aromas.
Palate - Dry. Medium Acidity. Low Tannin. Low Alcohol. Medium Body. Medium flavour Intensity of Lemon, Vanilla, Butter and bits of Oak. Medium Finish.
Conclusion - Very Good Quality Wine. — 5 months ago
Le 95 est plus confit meilleur avec chasse et 99 est plus sur le fruit avec notes épicées et de sous bois — 2 years ago
my room — 3 years ago