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Containing an unusually elevated 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2021 Pibran offers up aromas of dark berries, cherries, cigar wrapper and sweet soil tones. Medium-bodied, ample and lively, with powdery tannins, impressive concentration for the vintage and a penetrating finish, this is a terrific effort.
William Kelley, April 2022
The 2021 Pibran, which contains more Cabernet Sauvignon compared to recent vintages, matured in 40% new oak, has an attractive bouquet of blackberry, violet petals and touches of pencil lead. This feels quite open. The palate is medium-bodied with a granular entry, moderate depth, light black pepper notes and a straightforward, fresh finish. Enjoy over the next 12–14 years.
Neal Martin, Vinous, May 2022
Style change this year with a dominance of Cabernet in the blend. Attractive cedar, graphite and dark-fruit flavours. Tidy tannins. Juicy with a bit of length and grip on the finish. Should make good intermediate-term drinking. (JL) 13%
Drink 2026 – 2036
Jancisrobinson.com, May 2022
The 2021 Pibran is terrific. Bright and punchy, the 2021 impresses with its purity of fruit and fine overall balance. Succulent red cherry, blood orange, mint and rose petal are front and center. The 2021 is unusual in that the Cabernet is especially high. More than that, though, what impresses about the 2021 is its impeccable sense of harmony. Pibran could very well be one of the under the radar gems in 2021. Antonio Galloni, Vinous, May 2022
Packed with cassis bud and blackberry fruit with salinity on the signoff, enjoably sappy and easy to drink, although lower ripeness overall than the past few years. 60% new oak. A little more Cabernet in the blend than usual, because of the frost and mildew,
Jane Anson, Inside Bordeaux, May 2022