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Red Bordeaux - 1990 - Ducru Beaucaillou

QtyUnitSizeCase SizePriceReserve
7Case75cl12£1,550
0Bottle150cl£175

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Tasting Notes

Rating

91

Release Price

NA

Drink Date

2020 - 2028

Reviewed by

 Lisa Perrotti-Brown

Issue Date

13th Aug 2020

Source

August 2020 Week 2, The Wine Advocate

Harvest took place this year from 23rd September to 8th October. The wine was aged for around 12 months in two-thirds new oak. Medium brick-brown in color, the 1990 Ducru-Beaucaillou is quite evolved, offering notions of incense, tree bark, tilled soil and tobacco with nuances of preserved plums, kirsch, tapenade and leather. Medium to full-bodied, the palate still possesses a good amount of earth-laced savory fruit with a bit of chew to the texture and a stewed tea finish.

 

Wine Journal
Jan 2009 Neal Martin 86 Drink N/A $120-$200
Always a bit of Russian Roulette when it comes to Ducru born at a time when one of their storage houses was infected. I do not think this bottle was compromised but neither it is a patch on what I would expect. Tobacco, cedar and green leaves on the nose, well defined and showing a modicum of freshness. The palate is simple, lacking some definition with an attenuated finish. Fails to launch. Drink now. Tasted August 2008.

Wine Journal
Jan 2000 Neal Martin 90-92 Drink 1999 - 2015 $120-$200
One tainted bottles, then in May 2006 an untainted one. A refined tobacco-infused nose, fresh and vigorous with a touch of graphite. The medium-bodied palate has good acidity, cedary black fruit, and a little savory, autumnal with an almost Pomerol-like finish. Tasted May 2006.