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Bordeaux 2013 - Pessac-Léognan and Graves
24 Apr 2014 by Richard Hemming
For a list of all our articles, see Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage . Very much a mixed bag from Pessac-Léognan and Graves, with no rhyme or reason to what worked and what didn't. The majority of it is pretty average stuff, with the two bogeymen of 2013, lightness and unbalanced tannin, proving the major drawback in many cases. The tasting notes are listed in alphabetical order. Ch Bouscaut 2013 Pessac-Léognan  17+ Drink 2017-2030 Coffee, chocolate, rich black fruit. Delicious purity and attractive structure – just enough tannic pinch to give shape, but not...

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