Château Dalem Fronsac Merlot Cabernet Franc 2012

9.035 ratings on Delectable

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An 18th century chateau, overlooking the Isle valley, facing Pomerol and the Saint-Emilion limestone hillsides, belonged to the same family for three centuries took over by Michel Rullier in 1955, and his daughter Brigitte took the helm in 2002. Dark red with wide rang of berry aromas and smoky scents. On the palate plum and cherry with cacao, tobacco and smoky oak with herb spice on a solid frame. Firm tannins lead to a lingering finish ending with chalky mineral notes. Nice value.

An 18th century chateau, overlooking the Isle valley, facing Pomerol and the Saint-Emilion limestone hillsides, belonged to the same family for three centuries took over by Michel Rullier in 1955, and his daughter Brigitte took the helm in 2002. Dark red with wide rang of berry aromas and smoky scents. On the palate plum and cherry with cacao, tobacco and smoky oak with herb spice on a solid frame. Firm tannins lead to a lingering finish ending with chalky mineral notes. Nice value.

9.0

Heather Rostker

Christmas Eve begins!

Christmas Eve begins!

9.2

Tracy Swanson

Love this every time! Nice balance of earth and fruit!

Love this every time! Nice balance of earth and fruit!

9.0

Vann R

Enjoyed this immensely with pizza. Good presence of dark fruit without it being so overpowering. The Franc really balances it well. Hint of mothballs. Slightly too acidic. It's so close to a perfect silkiness.

Enjoyed this immensely with pizza. Good presence of dark fruit without it being so overpowering. The Franc really balances it well. Hint of mothballs. Slightly too acidic. It's so close to a perfect silkiness.

8.8

Location

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

  • Monday-Friday: 11am-8pm
    Saturday: 12pm-6pm