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2010 Chateau Pedesclaux, Pauillac, France

Wine Notes

Fifth Growth. Cinquieme Grand Cru Classe in 1855.

Tasting note: Deeply-coloured. Nose of red berry fruits with slightly spicy, vanilla oak. Fruit-driven entry, refined texture with pronounced exuberance. Firm finish with slightly dry tannins. A tense, clean wine. (24-Apr-2011) [Gilbert & Gaillard]

Tasting note: Candied fruits, herbal, green tannins. This was a very disappointing wine with tough tannins and vegetal flavours. Fairly short finish. Tasted in: Bordeaux, France. Maturity: Drink. (01-Apr-2011) [Asian Palate Jeannie Cho Lee]

Price Range of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD
Average: $41   From: $41   To: $44

Search Rank 462 What is this?
Over all vintages, this was the 462nd most popular wine on Wine-Searcher last year.
Search rank last month: 440th

Score: 86   When to drink: 2016 to 2028
The Wine-Searcher score of 86/100 is calculated from the following wine critic scores:
Critic Score When to drink
93/100    
91/100    
89/100    
88/100    
86/100   2016 to 2025
78/100    
17/20    
16.5/20   2017 to 2028
16/20    
15.5/20   2018 to 2028
15/20   2018 to 2024
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Price History for 2010 Chateau Pedesclaux, Pauillac, France
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Grape Variety

A Bordeaux Blend, at its most basic, is any combination of those grape varieties typically used to make the red wines of Bordeaux. The phrase, which seems to have originated with British wine merchants in the 19th Century, relates as much to wines made from the blend as to the grape variety combination itself (© Copyright material, Wine-Searcher.com). Far from being an officially defined or legal term, it is almost never used for wine-labeling purposes (although it occasionally appears on back labels). Its equivalent in the United States is Meritage, which is not only legally defined, but also a registered trademark.

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Region
  • Pauillac, a village located between Saint-Estephe and Saint-Julien on Bordeaux's Medoc peninsula, is home to some of the world's most famous and expensive wines (most obviously those of the first growths Chateaux Latour, Lafite Rothschild and Mouton Rothschild). The village has its own appellation specifically for red wines made predominantly from Cabernet Sauvignon – a variety well suited to the free-draining gravel soils found all around Pauillac.
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  • The Medoc district of Bordeaux, amid its coastal lagoons, sand dunes and pine forests, is home to four of the world's most prestigious wine villages: Pauillac, Margaux, Saint-Estephe and ...more

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