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Château Siaurac Lalande de Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

Ratings on Delectable

Austin Hohnke Delectable Pro

Delicious with an hour of air. 80% Merlot, 20% Cab Franc. Cassis, berries, earth, oak. Plump with ripe tannins and round acidity. Approachable with aging potential.

Delicious with an hour of air. 80% Merlot, 20% Cab Franc. Cassis, berries, earth, oak. Plump with ripe tannins and round acidity. Approachable with aging potential.

8.8

Peter Sultan

At 14.5% a bit bigger than I tend to drink. By day 2/3 I was happier with the balance. Good concentration. Definitely the oak monster lurks

At 14.5% a bit bigger than I tend to drink. By day 2/3 I was happier with the balance. Good concentration. Definitely the oak monster lurks

8.9

Russ W

Green like weeds, disjointed, some enjoyable savory components. It’s a pass for me

Green like weeds, disjointed, some enjoyable savory components. It’s a pass for me

8.4

J. Kim

Expansive, radiant, integrated, enveloping, fluid, transparent. Unusually good.

Expansive, radiant, integrated, enveloping, fluid, transparent. Unusually good.

9.0

Stuart Pollack

The potential is in this bottle, and it may taste great in 2025. But now, even after 1 hour open, it is harsh and unpleasant. Perfumed nose and starts with great fruity flavor, but the harsh tannins were too strong. After 3 hours open, it improved, so I would recommend a very long period of decanting before tasting.

The potential is in this bottle, and it may taste great in 2025. But now, even after 1 hour open, it is harsh and unpleasant. Perfumed nose and starts with great fruity flavor, but the harsh tannins were too strong. After 3 hours open, it improved, so I would recommend a very long period of decanting before tasting.

7.7

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