La Croix St­. Georges 2007, Ac Pomerol

Bordeaux Right Bank Bordeaux-Right Bank
Bordeaux, France

$77.00 (98681)

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June 25, 2011

Critic Reviews (4)

David Lawrason
David Lawrason

This is impressive indeed; now hitting stride in terms of maturity with surprising density from this lighter vintage....

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

Ripe, rich, concentrated, markedly spicy and oaky for the time being, but this has the stuffing and structure to age...

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Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

A nose full of gusto with spicy, dried herbal notes, sweet red pepper, ripe plum and blackberry along with a touch of...

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Julian Hitner
Julian Hitner

Superbly situated near Vieux Château Certan and Petit Village, I’m reluctant to admit the 2007 La Croix St-Georges is...

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Community Reviews (2)

Blair WineLover
Blair WineLover

Mmmmmm. The first time I had a glass of Pomerol was in the town square of neighboring St. Emilion. This brings back that magnificent experience. Rich, smooth, with that unique Pomerol taste with a hint of licorice. Wonderful length too. Ready now.

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Andrew Hunter
Andrew Hunter

Surprisingly delicious (a word not used nearly enough by wine writers..which is odd since it's exactly what we want a wine to be). Very well made, very well balanced. Great nose of berries, spice, oaky vanilla, a touch of pencil shavings. Great flavour density, plenty of smooth ripe tannin. This will last for years but it is fairly open and complex right now. An overachiever for it it's class. If you want to know a good Pomerol tastes like, spend $77 and find out.

My kind of wine.

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