Château Pavie Saint-Èmilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

Ratings on Delectable

Molly Brooks Delectable Pro

Ripe red & blue, velvety tannin, seductive tarry, umami development. #Bordeaux #chateaupavie #stemillion #merlot

Ripe red & blue, velvety tannin, seductive tarry, umami development. #Bordeaux #chateaupavie #stemillion #merlot

9.5

Alex Jones Delectable Pro

Marketing/Development Kunni/Westerly Wines

This drinks like bad, but expensive, cabs. Huge wine, inky and lots of crushed dark fruit. Opened five hours and drank consistently disappointing.

This drinks like bad, but expensive, cabs. Huge wine, inky and lots of crushed dark fruit. Opened five hours and drank consistently disappointing.

8.0

Dean

Part of a Wine Flight at Le Vin

Part of a Wine Flight at Le Vin

9.0

Cristina Civetta

Love it

Love it

9.1

Dan Kuhlmann

I order a seltzer, this came.

I order a seltzer, this came.

9.7

Derek Hearst

Anniversary wine, celebrating 15 year wedding anniversary! This was drinking great. Dark chocolate, coffee and deep dark fruit. Really luscious on the palate, loved it!

Anniversary wine, celebrating 15 year wedding anniversary! This was drinking great. Dark chocolate, coffee and deep dark fruit. Really luscious on the palate, loved it!

9.4

David

Good Bordeaux

Good Bordeaux

9.1

Diane Kessler

Definitely modern but has lots of structure that this vintage shows. Well balanced and enjoyed by the family with grilled hanger steaks.

Definitely modern but has lots of structure that this vintage shows. Well balanced and enjoyed by the family with grilled hanger steaks.

9.0

Jennifer Williams Delectable Pro

Partner/Winemaker Zeitgeist, Winemaker Spottswoode Winery

At the kitchen, 2012

At the kitchen, 2012

Henry Mason

Spicy, a monster. Still young.

Spicy, a monster. Still young.

9.4

Location

  • 300 Massachusetts Ave NE
    Washington D.C., DC 20002

  • Hours:
    Monday - Saturday
    10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
    Sunday
    11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.