Overpriced but very good right-bank Bordeaux mixed with the Mediterranean from Limoux. Mostly an excellent expression of Merlot, the Mediterranean provides the entire finish. A little sharp in the finish, but the Rothschilds clearly know what they are doing. I’d like to taste this vintage 5 years from now, as I expecting will be spectacular then. The $50 price tag is a little steep since I can buy a Bordeaux at that price. — 17 days ago
I’m equally proud and embarrassed for how cheap I found this on clearance - about $8. To be fair, Pegau is a very well respected CDP. I think this sees a discount in the portfolio because it’s built from multiple vintages. How many multi vintage reds do we see?
Deep dark rounded corners. Lush dark berries, cedar, and pencil with sprinkled salt and minerals with tannic inflection. I’ll take this again if I find it. — 6 days ago
It feels like the wine is about to be quite Jammy but then it turns refined. Heavily tilted toward Syrah but adding more Cab balances this red. Food friendly. — 4 days ago
Delicious blend of Syrah, Carignan and Grenache, combined with more finesse and elegance than most SW Reds. Subtle use of oak, nice soft acidity and great length - will buy again! — 10 days ago