Château Senejac 2009, Ac Haut Médoc

Bordeaux Left Bank Bordeaux-Left Bank
Bordeaux, France

$28.85 (193037)

  • None
     
  • Cellar
  • 9191

91 pts
7
March 30, 2013
VINTAGES

Critic Reviews (4)

John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

Ripe and even slightly raisined, this Haut-Médoc is reminiscent of a new world/warm climate style Bordeaux blend, but...

Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
  • Thumbs-up (0)
  • Thumbs-down (0)
Julian Hitner
Julian Hitner

Easily the most serious wine I have ever tasted from this otherwise respectable estate, the 2009 Château Sénéjac has...

Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
  • Thumbs-up (0)
  • Thumbs-down (0)
David Lawrason
David Lawrason

This is an already maturing, fairly rich, smoothing Bordeaux from a very ripe vintage. Expect evolving aromas of well...

Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
  • Thumbs-up (0)
  • Thumbs-down (0)
Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

Fruity, musky, dusty nose on this dense and traditional Medoc from Chateau Senejac. Black tea, black cherry and plums...

Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
Sign In to see Critic Reviews. Not a Member? Please Sign Up.
  • Thumbs-up (0)
  • Thumbs-down (0)

Community Reviews (3)

Timothy Belch
Timothy Belch
Review is private
9393
  • Thumbs-up (0)
  • Thumbs-down (0)
Randy  Stark
Randy Stark

Dense purple, with notes of creme de cassis, incense, licorice and forest floor, this wine is delicious and full-bodied, with sweet tannins, low acidity, copious fruit and exceptional concentration. Everything is in balance, and the wine is capable of lasting 10 or more years.
Score - 93.

9393
  • Thumbs-up (0)
  • Thumbs-down (0)
Michael  Egerton
Michael Egerton

Dark opaque ruby in colour with strong notes of cedar and ripe berried fruit. This medium-full bodied wine is fairly complex with grippy tannins and a nice long finish. Still a bit tightly wound and would think a few more years in the cellar would do it some good.

9090
  • Thumbs-up (1)
  • Thumbs-down (0)

Visit my website www.thetaintedcork.com