Château Cis­sac 2014

Haut-Mé­doc - Cru Bour­geois

VertdeVin - - Wine Reviews -

The nose is fruity, rel­a­tively gen­er­ous and of­fers a slight con­cen­tra­tion.

It re­veals notes of black­berry, small wild berries and more slightly of red­cur­rant, cas­sis as­so­ci­ated with a hint of straw­berry, small crunchy fruits as well as a hint of licorice, toasted and a very dis­creet hint of Bourbon vanilla. The palate is fruity, min­eral, well-bal­anced and of­fers fat, a good vol­ume, har­mony and fresh­ness, a good def­i­ni­tion as well as a small acid frame (in the back­ground). In the mouth this wine ex­presses notes of black­berry, cherry, rasp­berry and more slightly of cas­sis, red­cur­rant as­so­ci­ated with a hint of plum as well as slight touch of licorice, toasted oak and a hint of car­damom. Good length and beau­ti­ful per­sis­tence. There is suavity on the fin­ish, a dis­creet hint of carameliza­tion in the af­ter­taste and a very slight hint of io­dine on the per­sis­tence.

Score : 15

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