2015 Chateau Dauzac

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2015 Chateau Dauzac

Margaux, Bordeaux, FRANCE
$99.99 Bottle

Other Reviews...
The 2015 Dauzac is a blend of 72% Cabernet Sauvignon and 28% Merlot, the highest percentage of the former in recent years, and matured in 60% new oak barrels. It has a tightly wound but precise bouquet with scents of blackberry cassis and a hint of violet - very polished and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin, pure black fruit laced with graphite and spice, gently building in the mouth, finishing with a precise and quite sustained, Pauillac-inspired grace. This is an excellent wine from the estate that will give 20-25 years of drinking pleasure.
91-93 points
Neal Martin - eRobertParker.com #224 (Apr 2016)

Fine, fragrant bouquet then crunchy black fruits on the palate. The robustness of 72% Cabernet is tamed by Margaux elegance to show both concentration and finesse well above its fifth-growth status.
92 points

This is tight and structured with beautiful blackberry and blueberry character. Full and intense. Very long and attractive. Energetic. Superb.
93-94 points
James Suckling

This is a powerful wine, dominated by dusty tannins that bring a dry core to the solid structure. With fine acidity and a solid fruit core, the wine will develop nicely.
92-94 points
Wine Enthusiast

The 2015 Dauzac offers terrific immediacy and plenty of up-front appeal. Black cherry, tobacco, mocha, new oak, spice, leather and grilled herbs give the Dauzac lovely shades of darkness and overall complexity. Today, the oak is a bit pronounced, but the wine appears to have more than enough density to balance things out.
88-90 points
Antonio Galloni