Chateau Meyney, Saint-Estephe Bordeaux 2010

Chateau Meyney 2010, Cru Bourgeois Supérieur, shows typical characteristics of Saint Estephe with a deep ruby red hue and a delicious nose of red and blackberry fruit, together with attractive whiffs of spice. The combination of freshness and dense tannins on the palate give one an idea of its potential over the coming years. Drink now - 2030

Type: Red Producer: Chateau Meyney Appellation: Saint Estephe Vintage: 2010 Grape: 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 15% Petit Verdot Country: France Region: Bordeaux Style: Savory and classic Alcohol: 13% Content: 750ml Allergens: Contains Sulfite

(€51,60 / litre)


17/20 Jancis Robinson
"Deep, dark cherry red. Smells more pure-fruited than the 2009 and doesn't have its dusty mineral character. Much more down the line Cabernet aroma of cassis and cedar but the fruit is intense so that there is also a touch of dark chocolate – in a thick, chewy texture as well as in the flavour. Firm and chewy and with real mass as well as structure and still finishes fresh thanks to the fruit clarity. This has some way to go but has fine St-Estèphe direction and firmness and the fruit to fill out the middle. Long and satisfying and attractively aromatic as well as powerful." by Julia Harding MW 
90 points, Robert Parker
The 2010 has loads of beef blood, charcuterie and smoked game along with black currant fruit. Some underlying graphite notes are also present in this full-bodied, meaty, fleshy wine, which has outstanding concentration and the potential to last for 15 or more years. It is a major sleeper of the vintage.
Falstaff - 92-94 points