Château Hosanna

Château Hosanna

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

Following a decant this shows really well now! — 5 months ago

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Château La Conseillante

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

less revealing than the hosanna 2001... some drying tannins still present....needs another 5 years at least — 2 years ago

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Château Certan-Giraud

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 1981

Matt Austin

Despite the fill level, which was down into the shoulder, this was drinking exceptionally well. Tannins resolved, but plenty of fruit remaining to contrast with the many earthy components. Has an old Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant sticker on the back. He hasn't steered me wrong yet. Now known as Chateau Hosanna. — 5 years ago

Dominus Estate

Dominus Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2014

David T

One the nose; floral, sweet fruits of; blackberries, dark cherries, plum, black plum, black raspberries & raspberries. Dry, dark soils and dry & fresh red florals. The body is medium. Tannins are dusty, soft and smooth. Black tea, dry stones, crushed dry rocks, cedar wood shavings, dry stems, touch of vanilla, old, dry leather and blue fruits shine as you sip it. This is another tight bottle. It also needs 15 years before it starts to fully reveal itself. The structure, length, balance and acidity are certainly all there for a nicely improved vine in 15 plus years. Photo tour of the estate, Dominus vines, barrel room and of course, the legendary Christian Moueix. He also makes Petrus & Hosanna in Bordeaux. I've been fortunate to have dinner twice with Christian. He is an incredibly nice person and very humble man considering his credentials. First vintage of Dominus 1983. George Yount, for whom Yountville is named, planted some of the first vines on the estate in 1828. — 4 years ago

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