Château de Cranne 2011

Côtes de Bordeaux

VertdeVin - - Interview -

The nose is aro­matic and offers a slight unc­tu­os­ity/gen­eros­ity in the back­ground. It re­veals notes of dark cho­co­late/mocha, fresh black­berry and fresh cas­sis as­so­ci­ated with slight notes of fresh straw­berry, hints of toasted oak, carameliza­tion as well as a sub­tle hint of ripe bell pep­per and Sichuan pep­per. The palate is fruity, juicy, well-balanced and offers a beau­ti­ful suavity/gour­man­dise, a beau­ti­ful fruit, a slight acid frame, a slight ten­sion as well as a beau­ti­ful suavity. In the mouth this wine ex­presses notes of wild rasp­berry and wild ripe berries as­so­ci­ated with hints of cas­sis, a dis­creet hint of crushed straw­berry as well as slight toasted touches, cho­co­late and a very dis­creet hint of ver­bena. Tan­nins are fine and very slightly firm. Good length. There is a hint of bit­ter­ness on the af­ter­taste. An easy-drink­ing wine.

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