Château Sociando-Mallet Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 1995

$64.95

A real fruit-bomb, with expressive aromas of currants, blackberries and vanilla. Full-bodied and chunky, with masses of fruit and well-knit tannins... Wine Spectator

Share Château Sociando-Mallet Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 1995 on FacebookShare Château Sociando-Mallet Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 1995 on TwitterShare Château Sociando-Mallet Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 1995 via email

Ratings on Delectable

Katherine Jarvis Delectable Pro

Drinking perfectly right now! Was worried I held it too long, but she gorgeous.

Drinking perfectly right now! Was worried I held it too long, but she gorgeous.

9.3

Andrew Chen Delectable Pro

Black cherries, blackberries, currant and vanilla with mineral freshness and hint of barrel spice. Full-bodied and surprisingly sweet fruit compared with other vintages. Haut-Medoc is present but hard to detect.

Black cherries, blackberries, currant and vanilla with mineral freshness and hint of barrel spice. Full-bodied and surprisingly sweet fruit compared with other vintages. Haut-Medoc is present but hard to detect.

8.6

Geoff Davis Delectable Pro

Co-owner Stellareese Wines

Guest left. Dead. Interesting nose.

Guest left. Dead. Interesting nose.

8.0

Rick Baumgarten Delectable Pro

Looking forward to this with grilled filets

Looking forward to this with grilled filets

9.4

Christopher & Sarah Vandendriessche Delectable Pro

Winemaker Elizabeth Spencer Wines

thanks Hugh! wow tasty.

thanks Hugh! wow tasty.

9.5

Diederick Swagemakers

Op zijn retour

Op zijn retour

8.2

Maria Pepe

Fully mature. Beautiful. Soft.

Fully mature. Beautiful. Soft.

9.2

Manny Abascal

1995. Beautiful. Love this maker.

1995. Beautiful. Love this maker.

9.2

Jim Westby

Plump and porty. Lots of fruit, but a little metallic at the end.

Plump and porty. Lots of fruit, but a little metallic at the end.

8.8

Pazzu Zu

Bouchon :/

Bouchon :/

8.5

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