Chateau du Courlat Lussac-Saint Emilion 2010
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Mainly made from Merlot vines, the classic wine has a long ageing partly in oak, and expresses elegance, purity of fruit, and gentle tannins.
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Wine SpectatorRound and inviting, with plump red cherry, plum and blackberry fruit backed by red licorice and spice. Grip takes over on the licorice-filled finish. BT Score range: 87-90
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