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So much crushed-stone and chalk on the nose here with a salty highlight. Black fruit, too. Full-bodied with chewy, linear tannins that are fine and chiseled and run long and true. Pinpoint at the finish. Fascinating young wine.
Tasted by Jane Anson(at Primeur week tastings in Bordeaux, 01 May 2021)
Part of Best St-Emilion 2020 wines tasted en primeur
Peter Sisseck's estate, always for me one of the real sleepers of the vintage, continuing to be under the radar but building excitement and loyalty through sheer consistent quality. This is rich plum in colour, with powerful floral aromatics alongside dense, brushed berry fruits. Sit back and let the quality of this wash over you. It is relatively subdued on the nose at this point but the texture, the fruit quality and precision, the push and pull of intense flavours and gentle featherlike tannins is just so enjoyable. Delicious slate scrape on the finish, and the tightrope feel of a wine that isn't trying overly hard, but just delivering the goods and hanging on with a saline persistency. I love the deftness and clarity of flavour.
Drinking Window 2026 - 2042