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Again, another wine from Saint-Estèphe which has blown me away. Such rich and masculine aromatics of black fruit, blackcurrants, roasted coffee beans, soft leather, cloves, cedar wood and minerals notes. On the palate this blend has firm texture and tannins but not overbearing with good acidity. Medium length on the finish with layered dark fruit wrap with grainy tannins. The Château Ségur de Cabanac 2004 is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Frans and Petit Verdot with alcohol coming in at 13%. Here is a wine with lots of class, elegance and finesse, drinking well right now but with enough "stuffing" and tannins to evolve over the next 3-4 years. Awesome wine and strongly recommended.
After almost 10 years of aging and hour of decanting this wine is loaded with cigar and tobacco that mingle with black liquorice, cassis and tar. It's not a big show stopper, it's mid weight but with graceful solid refined polished tannins. There's a hint of green bell pepper and earthiness that I adore. I don't think too many wine lovers would object to this juice at this price point.