2000, Branon

Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux, France

(Priced at per bottle)

Score: 94

Drinking Dates: -

Critic: Jeff Leve

Tasted: 20-Jan-2014

It's interesting tasting this wine since it was released. It's clearly a wine of pleasure with its rich, lush, fat, plush textures and concentrated dark fruits. On the nose, licorice, smoke, tobacco and dark berries are also in full force. At 14 years of age, perhaps this is not going to develop a lot more complexity with additional age. However, there is no hurry to drink it as I doubt its sensual qualities are going to fade for years.