Château Teyssier St. Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend 2010

$27.95

An over-achieving estate for a number of years now, this dense purple wine exhibits oodles of creme de cassis and licorice, hints of subtle barbecue smoke and toast, terrific texture and a long, succulent, fleshy finish... Drink it over the next 10-15 years. Robert Parker

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Ratings on Delectable

Peter Zandbergen

Needs drinking

Needs drinking

9.0

Harry

Torsdagsvin, gott gott

Torsdagsvin, gott gott

9.1

tim heyman

slightly tarter than I remembered but still good

slightly tarter than I remembered but still good

8.9

Christian Adams

Tasty, flat on finish, not bad for basic bottle

Tasty, flat on finish, not bad for basic bottle

8.8

Troy Leinen

Awesome pairing with Snapper in the DR with my wife. Night to remember!

Awesome pairing with Snapper in the DR with my wife. Night to remember!

9.1

Juan Del Pueblo

Merlot 85%, cabernet franc 15% $82

Merlot 85%, cabernet franc 15% $82

9.5

Ana Luiza Borges

Still quite a bit of red and black fruit, kirsch, spices, oak and some tertiary. Tannins still a bit grippy.

Still quite a bit of red and black fruit, kirsch, spices, oak and some tertiary. Tannins still a bit grippy.

9.0

tim heyman

ok but prematurely maturr

ok but prematurely maturr

8.8

Larry Johnson

Very good. Fruity with a spicy finish. Will buy again

Very good. Fruity with a spicy finish. Will buy again

8.8

Navin Nayak

This was a delightful wine. Very complex nose--smoky, mesquite, cedar. And a very approachable bordeaux with lots of fruit and a good finish

This was a delightful wine. Very complex nose--smoky, mesquite, cedar. And a very approachable bordeaux with lots of fruit and a good finish

9.0

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