Château La Croix De Queynac Supérieur 2009 Wine Review
Natalie's Score: 87/100This wine is filled with ripe cassis, berry and earth aromas and flavours. It repeats the aromas to a T in the mouth. Dry and flavourful, with decent tannins for short-term cellaring (1-3 years), but why wait? A tarry, cedar-dark red with blackberries. Robust and ready when you are, this is a knock-it-back party wine. Great value.
Food pairings: grilled peppercorn steak, veal cutlets in a mushroom and red wine sauce. Voluptuous Veal Wine
This Château La Croix De Queynac Supérieur 2009 was reviewed January 7, 2012
by Natalie MacLean
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|Holly Bruns rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:|
A plush, juicy drink with rich aromas of earth, plum, cedar and liquorice. I found a little minerality perked it up on the finish, followed a tinge of something sweet and floral. A good deal for the price. Try it with a braised stew of red meat instead. Or a tian of Provencal vegetables, if that's more your thing.
|Gold Medal winner at the Concours de Bordeaux 2011. Rich aromas of candied fruit, ripe blackberry, Christmas cake and cedar create quite a complex nose. The palate is dry, medium bodied, round and lush with substantial depth and lovely echoes of the nose. Very well-structured smooth tannins and balanced acidity. Source: Vintages Wine Panel|
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