Château Le Puy Emilien Côtes de Francs Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Ratings on Delectable

Web Bond Delectable Pro

There is an elegant, sensual personality to wine. Slight brett. Inflection of acetic acid, vinegar, on finish, which expresses a broader, less terrior driven, natural wine character.

There is an elegant, sensual personality to wine. Slight brett. Inflection of acetic acid, vinegar, on finish, which expresses a broader, less terrior driven, natural wine character.

8.8

Roy Goble Delectable Pro

Well, it’s wine.

Well, it’s wine.

8.7

Effin Jamalludin

A wine that rewards patience. Had it over 17 hours and boy, it took me on a journey. Very barnyard at the start, rough ard the edges. Reveals the elegance if ruby red fruits, earth and leaves (mint?). Satiny mouthfeel.

A wine that rewards patience. Had it over 17 hours and boy, it took me on a journey. Very barnyard at the start, rough ard the edges. Reveals the elegance if ruby red fruits, earth and leaves (mint?). Satiny mouthfeel.

9.0

Andrew Schirmer

Damn! So pure! Soft & haunting nose. Cheeky acid, cherry skins, granite, long palate, nice structure, light tannin. Really lovely now and sings with roast chicken & root vegetables cooked in duck fat.

Damn! So pure! Soft & haunting nose. Cheeky acid, cherry skins, granite, long palate, nice structure, light tannin. Really lovely now and sings with roast chicken & root vegetables cooked in duck fat.

9.3

Jared O'Connell

Corey got a few of these for me for Christmas. Drinking our first bottle now, planning to save the rest for a bit. Gave it 1.5-2 hours of air. Slight cloudiness. Nose is intense with black licorice, wool yarn and blueberries. Fruitiness on the palette is there but emergent earthiness and a hint of mint. It has tart acidity and a mild bitterness that I don’t dislike and subtle barnyard funkiness. Medium tannin. Enjoyable bright long finish.

Corey got a few of these for me for Christmas. Drinking our first bottle now, planning to save the rest for a bit. Gave it 1.5-2 hours of air. Slight cloudiness. Nose is intense with black licorice, wool yarn and blueberries. Fruitiness on the palette is there but emergent earthiness and a hint of mint. It has tart acidity and a mild bitterness that I don’t dislike and subtle barnyard funkiness. Medium tannin. Enjoyable bright long finish.

9.1

Joe McGee

Monarch. Not worth the price

Monarch. Not worth the price

8.9

Arden Barnett

Le Puy is becoming a favorite producer of mine... Just a beautiful wine full of elegance and finesse. Burgundy meets Bordeaux.

Le Puy is becoming a favorite producer of mine... Just a beautiful wine full of elegance and finesse. Burgundy meets Bordeaux.

9.2

John Singer

Clear, ruby color. Nose of red fruit. Needs to breath for about an hour to fully open up. Herby at first with raspberries.

Clear, ruby color. Nose of red fruit. Needs to breath for about an hour to fully open up. Herby at first with raspberries.

9.0

John Hagood

From Halifax, 2016 purchased in August 2019, after marvelous bottle st Oubladie. Drank 8/2/2020 with summer vegetables and salmon.

From Halifax, 2016 purchased in August 2019, after marvelous bottle st Oubladie. Drank 8/2/2020 with summer vegetables and salmon.

9.0

Bhav Tibrewal

Silky. A little barny/funky. Very good but can’t fully appreciate for price.

Silky. A little barny/funky. Very good but can’t fully appreciate for price.

9.6

Location

  • 153 E 57th Street
    New York, NY 10022

  • Hours:
    Monday–Friday, 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
    Saturday, 12p.m. - 8 p.m.

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