Château Figeac St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

Ratings on Delectable

Jay Christianson Delectable Pro

Winemaker Canyon Wind and Anemoi

A bit heavy on Brett in 2005 to allow the wine to express the glorious fruit and structure that's there. Too bad, this would have sung.

A bit heavy on Brett in 2005 to allow the wine to express the glorious fruit and structure that's there. Too bad, this would have sung.

8.4

Christophe Hedges Delectable Pro

One of the best SE I've had, especially for the price, but my son said it lacks a bit of contextual depth.

One of the best SE I've had, especially for the price, but my son said it lacks a bit of contextual depth.

8.9

Maggie Hedges Delectable Pro

Still grippy and bright. I think the reputation outpaces the actual wine a bit. Very enjoyable, but I also didn't have to buy it.

Still grippy and bright. I think the reputation outpaces the actual wine a bit. Very enjoyable, but I also didn't have to buy it.

8.6

Antonio Gianola Delectable Pro

I think I have a new favorite St Emilion

I think I have a new favorite St Emilion

9.3

Winn Roberton Delectable Pro

Who says cab Sauv isn't great on the right bank?? This bottles begs to differ.

Who says cab Sauv isn't great on the right bank?? This bottles begs to differ.

9.3

Christina Abaluche Delectable Pro

Vintner Abaluche Wine Company

Mmmmmm St Emilion dirt....

Mmmmmm St Emilion dirt....

9.1

Anthony Weytjens Delectable Pro

Winemaker & Estate Manager at Edge Hill Estate

A little bretty but not overwhelming. Added complexity

A little bretty but not overwhelming. Added complexity

8.8

Gilles de Chambure Delectable Pro

Master Sommelier & Educator

powerful eleganc high percent of cab sav for stemilion and cab franc

powerful eleganc high percent of cab sav for stemilion and cab franc

9.4

Naureen Zaim Delectable Pro

I've been spoiled lately! :-)

I've been spoiled lately! :-)

9.8

Dantès

Fondu. Très beau

Fondu. Très beau

9.0

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