Château Meyney 2011

VertdeVin - - Buying Guide -


The nose is fruity, aro­matic, el­e­gant and charm­ing / vel­vety. It re­veals notes of racy min­er­al­ity, graphite and slight notes of black­berry, cas­sis as­so­ci­ated with hints of red­cur­rants crushed rasp­berry, as well as hints of wood, to­bacco, cedar and a hint of spices. The mouth is fruity, fresh, gour­mand, quite straight, beau­ti­fully gour­mande and of­fers a nice def­i­ni­tion, a good min­er­al­ity as well as fi­nesse. On the palate, this wine ex­presses notes of black­berry, fresh straw­berry and slight notes of cas­sis com­bined with hints of toasted oak, a dis­creet hint of cherry, mocha as well as a slight hint of nut­meg and a hint of carameliza­tion. Tan­nins are fine, (very) slightly firm and el­e­gant. Good length and per­sis­tence.

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