Pétrus 2004. The Pétrus in 2004 has a dark plum color. On the nose aromas of ripe cherries, blackcurrant, a touch of cola, earth and truffles. The palate is unctuous with crushed red berries, chocolate and vanilla with silky tannins. A long, juicy and harmonious finish. Excellent aging potential, from 30 to 40 years old.
Pétrus 1999. The Pétrus in 1999 has a purple color. On the nose aromas of black fruits, exotic fruits and a touch of Pondicherry pepper. The palate is intense with flavors of black cherries, blackberries, all infused with notes of truffle on sweet tannins. The finish is long, fine, of great purity.
Pétrus 2003. A harvest in early September this hot year has produced a year 2003 which has reached its full maturity. It offers notes of roasted coffee, melted chocolate, figs and black cherry jam. There are some rustic tannins in the finish, this Petrus is rich, intense and complex.
Château La Fleur Pétrus 2015. The Château La Fleur Pétrus in 2015 offers fresh aromas of raspberries, cherries and black pepper. A long, fine and elegant finish.
Vieux Château Certan 1983. The Vieux Château Certan in 1983 has a ruby color and offers aromas of prune, mint, dry reasons and notes of cuuir. A long and remarkable finish.
Vieux Château Certan 1987.
Château Clos du Clocher 2015. The Château Clos du Clocher in 2015 offers a nose with aromas of black cherries, blackberries, violets, notes of truffles, spices, menthol and tobacco. The palate is medium-bodied with black fruit flavors supported by firm tannins with mineral notes. The finish is long, fresh and persistent.
Château Clinet 2015. The Château Clinet in 2015 has an intense dark red color. The nose reveals aromas of ripe fruit slightly woody on notes of truffles. The palate is sweet with black fruit flavors, melted tar with fine tannins. The finish is long, sappy and powerful.
Château Trotanoy 1992. The Château Trotanoy in 1992 reveals aromas of fruit, notes of vanilla and liquorice. In the mouth, the tannins are elegant. The finish is silky and well balanced.
Château Trotanoy 2011. The Château Trotanoy in 2011 has a garnet color. On the nose are aromas of ripe cherries and cocoa notes. The mouth offers flavors of candied red fruits, sweet spices and pepper. The finish is long and tasty.
Château L'Eglise Clinet 2009. The Château L'Eglise Clinet 2009 has a nice density on notes of blackcurrant cream, cherry liqueur, licorice, truffles and a graphite tip. The finish is elegant, powerful and concentrated with abundant tannins.
Château Trotanoy 2009. The Château Trotanoy in 2009 has an intense red color. Nose aromas of black fruits, cocoa and sweet spices. The mouth is powerful with well-present tannins. A harmonious and velvety finish. A very great wine.
Vieux Château Certan 2007. The Vieux Château Certan in 2007 has a tender red color. On the nose aromas of ripe red fruit, spice and light wood on a light note of fresh tobacco. The palate is well balanced with fruity aromas of earth and stones. A nice, long finish.
Château Trotanoy 2005 Magnum. The Magnum Château Trotanoy 2005 by Jean-Marc Quarin: A very large exceptional and complex wine, dark color, very young nose, mouth very fruity, aromatic and rich, dynamic, s' ending with a grain of refined tannin fruity with a touch of white pepper. moving and noble wine. Very long.
Château Trotanoy 2007. Le Château Trotanoy 2007 by Jean-Marc Quarin: The color is dark and slightly advanced. The nose shows pure, precise, fine and costs. Mouth merlotte initially, then the wine develops with great taste and a mellow. The final is tannic and round . This is a wine to wait as it offers a good constitution for the vintage. A success.