Ranquet Lafleur

Château Lafleur

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 1999

Chocolate, coffee nibs, dried red fruit — a month ago

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Pétrus

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2018

Stunning but not quite as captivating as the Lafleur. A champion of a vintage for Petrus. 96-98pts — 2 years ago

Dr., Keith and 5 others liked this

Guinaudeau

"G" Acte 3 Red Bordeaux Blend 2011

From the maker of ch lafleur — 3 years ago

Pensées de Lafleur

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2009

Young guns eve......really? Is this really a 2nd Wine? Wooow! Very creamy. Velvet, chocolate, long...beautiful! — 5 years ago

Peter, Velma and 3 others liked this

Pensées de Lafleur

Pomerol 2011

Great showing for one of our preferred wines. There is no rush as the underlying material is barely showing evolution now. Wonderful notes of dark berries, cherries and flowers. Please decant. Has a lot to it with great acidity and tanins and again no rush. Highly recommended !! — 4 months ago

Adriana Pagliano
with Adriana
Adriana, Severn and 7 others liked this

Château Hosanna

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 1999

At the Pomerol Dinner we then had 3 vintages of Chateau Hosanna starting with the 1999. 70% Merlot 30% Cabernet Franc. Only 4.5 hectares with some famous neighbours - Lafleur to the north; Petrus to the east; La Fleur-Petrus to the west; and Vieux Chateau Certan to the south. This 1999 was the first vintage made under the Hosanna name. Earthy with a touch of wet nappy. On the palate plump and round with supple tannins. — 2 years ago

Casey, Anthony and 9 others liked this

Château Lafleur du Roy

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

Lots of delicious tannin. Gorgeous color, red with a little ruby. Took a while to open up. Didn’t get to decant it, but it tasted it’s best on day three after opening. — 9 months ago

Château La Fleur-Pétrus

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2000

Well located situated between Lafleur and Petrus hence the name. A little bit of history - Pomerol was originally planted by the Romans but fell into disrepair and neglect until the 17th and 18th Century. The total area of Pomerol is only 800 hectares. This wine is plummy and very earthy and so enjoyable. My notes said “This is why one loves Pomerol “. — 2 years ago

Stanley, Shay and 11 others liked this

Cheval Quancard

LaFleur Mallet Sauternes Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend 2011

Yes yes yes. I know I’m like a kid with a cup of hit chocolate, but I just love sweet wines. Hints of citrus. But if acid balances the sweetness really well. Paired best with bold blue cheese than more gentle flavors. — 3 years ago