2010 Chateau De Fieuzal Rouge Cru Classe de Graves
This is a rare instance where an estate's 2008 may be better than their 2010. The latter wine possesses plenty of super-ripe red and black fruits as well as hints of graphite, crushed rocks and white flowers. There is elegant minerality and a medium-bodied palate, but copious tannins kick in in the finish. Five to seven years of cellaring will be essential for this structured, masculine effort.
Robert Parker - The Wine Advocate # 194 May 2011
Velvety and polished, with lovely fruit and a mineral undertone. Full and balanced. I like the 2009 slightly better.