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2014 Le Marquis de Calon Segur
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- Cellar 8 - 10 years (2025-2027)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
Displays great depth of colour with an impenetrable inky black core and a deep dark purple black hue. Inky blackcurrant, black cherry and subtle liquorice aromas are married to cigar box, scorched earth and spicy dried herb notes. Becoming more expressive as it warms up in the glass, there’s excellent weight and richness to the palate, yet it still retains a sense of elegance. Mouthfilling flavours of ripe blackcurrant, black cherries and liquorice are to the fore under scored by cigar box, scorched earth and spice. Tightly knit with a dry finish and firm tannin structure providing some grip. Long aftertaste of ripe blackcurrant, liquorice, cigar box, scorched earth and spice.
Cellar 8-10 years.
Merlot dominant with black fruits showing well. Quite rich and plummy for St-Estèphe; lots of charm.
The Le Marquis de Calon-Ségur 2014 is a blend of 67% Merlot (now including young vines planted in front of the château by Vincent Millet and the late Mme. Gasqueton) and 33% Cabernet Sauvignon. Because of the high alcohol content of the Merlot vines, that average alcohol level comes in at 14.7%. Matured in 50% new oak, it has a rich, almost decadent bouquet with crème de cassis and blueberry jam, a touch of warmth coming from the alcohol. This is very heady within the context of the vintage. The palate is full-bodied, rich and powerful with layers of super-ripe Merlot fruit: fleshy in the mouth, almost ravishing with a very sweet finish that needs to find more precision and focus. It's a rare example of a blockbuster deuxième vin!
Neal Martin - The Wine Advocate #218 April 2015