Château Haut-Brion Graves Red Bordeaux Blend 1988 (375ml)

$199

What a beautiful and complete wine, with dark chocolate, crushed blackberry, cedar and raspberry on the nose. Full-bodied, with supersilky tannins and a beautiful licorice, tar and fruit aftertaste. Long and complex. Will improve with age, but delicious now. Wine Spectator

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Ratings on Delectable

Tom Hamilton

Magnum decanted one hour before, in glass for 20 minutes. Served with grilled venison.

Magnum decanted one hour before, in glass for 20 minutes. Served with grilled venison.

9.3

Mike Saviage Delectable Pro

Tawny reddish brown. Notes of black fruit, rhubarb, earth, gravel stone and a little barnyard funk. Nice but not overly impactful in the mouth. Thin finish. Nice but no magic. Against two bigger wines this was just ok.

Tawny reddish brown. Notes of black fruit, rhubarb, earth, gravel stone and a little barnyard funk. Nice but not overly impactful in the mouth. Thin finish. Nice but no magic. Against two bigger wines this was just ok.

9.2

Pooneet Kant

Deeply aromatic. Bit of bricking in the glass. Incredible dark earth, mushroom, extremely well integrated tannins. Still pretty balanced between primary and secondary. Excellent with roast duck and mushrooms. Really very nice.

Deeply aromatic. Bit of bricking in the glass. Incredible dark earth, mushroom, extremely well integrated tannins. Still pretty balanced between primary and secondary. Excellent with roast duck and mushrooms. Really very nice.

9.3

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