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Château Petit-Village 2014

Bordeaux - Pomerol - Red - 13.5° Château Petit-Village Château Petit-Village 2014 1199/14
  • Parker : 88
  • J. Robinson : 16,5
Petit-Village is located on the highest point of the gravel plateau in the heart of the Pomerol appellation, at the outskirts of the hamlet of Catusseau. The 11 hectares vineyard is in a single triangular-shaped plot.The soil is composed of a deep layer of gravel on clay-limestone subsoil. The winery buildings and outbuildings are situated around a courtyard, forming a sort of small "village", to which Petit- Village owes its name.Work in the vineyard and cellar is done with the greatest of care, operations such as picking, fermentation, and ageing in oak barrels are carried out in the finest Pomerol tradition. Petit-Village is powerful, yet soft and wellbalanced. It has all the incomparable richness and finesse of the greatest wines of Pomerol

Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2014 Petit Village was an odd showing. It felt a little disjointed at first, the wood component not as fully subsumed into the fruit as its Pomerol peers. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, fleshy in the mouth with black pepper and leather infusing the dark berry fruit, a hint of soy on the frustratingly abrupt finish. I am seeking more vivacity and precision here, a little more charm. I will seek to re-evaluate this at a later point. This was tasted twice with consistent notes.
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Petit-Village is located on the highest point of the gravel plateau in the heart of the Pomerol appellation, at the outskirts of the hamlet of Catusseau. The 11 hectares vineyard is in a single triangular-shaped plot.The soil is composed of a deep layer of gravel on clay-limestone subsoil. The winery buildings and outbuildings are situated around a courtyard, forming a sort of small "village", to which Petit- Village owes its name.Work in the vineyard and cellar is done with the greatest of care, operations such as picking, fermentation, and ageing in oak barrels are carried out in the finest Pomerol tradition. Petit-Village is powerful, yet soft and wellbalanced. It has all the incomparable richness and finesse of the greatest wines of Pomerol

Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2014 Petit Village was an odd showing. It felt a little disjointed at first, the wood component not as fully subsumed into the fruit as its Pomerol peers. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, fleshy in the mouth with black pepper and leather infusing the dark berry fruit, a hint of soy on the frustratingly abrupt finish. I am seeking more vivacity and precision here, a little more charm. I will seek to re-evaluate this at a later point. This was tasted twice with consistent notes.
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