Château Roc de Cambes Côtes de Bourg Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

$49.99

Iron, smoke and tobacco wrap around a core of expressive red-fleshed fruit in the 2015 Roc de Cambes. Powerful and explosive, with a real sense of energy, the 2015 packs a serious punch. There is no shortage of intensity or richness here... Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

Tobin Trevarthen Delectable Pro

Had at a tasting. Liked the profile.

Had at a tasting. Liked the profile.

9.1

Jason Soloway

I didn’t buy any 2015 BDX save 3 random bottles of Roc de Cambes (sentimentality won the day as I’ve had some excellent bottles over the years). I decided to open one a few nights ago because, why not? The nose is full of joy...violet, plum, mocha and eucalyptus. Stylish without being overwrought. It continues to impress on day #2. Velvety and generous without losing its shape. It seems to balance the hallmarks of modern winemaking combined with a warm vintage without sacrificing soul and personality. Very impressive for early days. I’m confused, but ultimately, quite pleased.

I didn’t buy any 2015 BDX save 3 random bottles of Roc de Cambes (sentimentality won the day as I’ve had some excellent bottles over the years). I decided to open one a few nights ago because, why not? The nose is full of joy...violet, plum, mocha and eucalyptus. Stylish without being overwrought. It continues to impress on day #2. Velvety and generous without losing its shape. It seems to balance the hallmarks of modern winemaking combined with a warm vintage without sacrificing soul and personality. Very impressive for early days. I’m confused, but ultimately, quite pleased.

9.1

Scott Munro

So much chocolate, so so so good

So much chocolate, so so so good

9.4

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