Château Branaire (Duluc-Ducru) St. Julien- Beychevelle Red Bordeaux Blend 1989

8.915 ratings on Delectable
$105

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Ratings on Delectable

Marty Winters Delectable Pro

Suave and textured, exactly what to expect from the vintage. A little brambley and stark at first but with time blossomed. #timetraveling

Suave and textured, exactly what to expect from the vintage. A little brambley and stark at first but with time blossomed. #timetraveling

9.0

Marty Winters Delectable Pro

Out of magnum. Still fresh and bright.

Out of magnum. Still fresh and bright.

8.9

James Alford Delectable Pro

Giving up the ghost.

Giving up the ghost.

8.1

Benjamin Disesa

Aged well. Menthol, blackberry, green pepper notes dominate the nose. Acidity is nicely integrated. Tannins are soft and fading. Finish is smooth. Enjoyed it with a burger at burger and lobster in London. Fantastic meal.

Aged well. Menthol, blackberry, green pepper notes dominate the nose. Acidity is nicely integrated. Tannins are soft and fading. Finish is smooth. Enjoyed it with a burger at burger and lobster in London. Fantastic meal.

9.2

Charles Cook

I don't usually go for Bordeaux but when I do...its old as hell. This was well settled with many years of good drinking still to come. Great tannins and acid

I don't usually go for Bordeaux but when I do...its old as hell. This was well settled with many years of good drinking still to come. Great tannins and acid

8.9

Adrian Weisell Delectable Pro

Red berries, chocolate, coffee, dried tobacco toasted bread, gravel- surprisingly bright and elegant. On mouth, a little weak but good firm tannic grip.

Red berries, chocolate, coffee, dried tobacco toasted bread, gravel- surprisingly bright and elegant. On mouth, a little weak but good firm tannic grip.

9.2

Brian Weiss

Drinking history with E.

Drinking history with E.

8.0

Location

  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

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    Saturday: 12pm-6pm