Chateau Petrus 2010

4.9 étoiles - 4 avis professionnels
€ 5.095,00 (hors TVA)
6.114,00 (TVA incluse)

Chateau Petrus in single OWC 2010

hors TVA € 4.495,00
TVA incluse € 5.394,00
Volume 0,75l

Chateau Petrus OWC of 3 2010

hors TVA € 11.795,00
TVA incluse € 14.154,00
Volume 0,75l

Chateau Petrus OWC of 6 bottles 2010

hors TVA € 29.995,00
TVA incluse € 35.994,00
Volume 0,75l

Chateau Petrus very slightly winestained 2010

hors TVA € 3.095,00
TVA incluse € 3.714,00
Volume 0,75l

Chateau Petrus 2010

hors TVA € 5.658,00
TVA incluse € 6.789,60
Volume Magnum

Chateau Petrus 2010

hors TVA € 27.995,00
TVA incluse € 33.594,00
Volume Double Magnum
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Type Rouge
Marque Chateau Petrus
Millésime 2010
Pays France
Région Bordeaux, Pomerol
Raisin Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux Blend,
État Caisse en bois originale
Étiquette Parfait
Consommable 2020-2050
Stock 3
État In damaged single OWC
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État Caisse en bois originale
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État Caisse en bois originale
Étiquette Parfait
État Parfait
Étiquette Taché par une autre bouteille
État Extrait de son coffret en bois d'origine
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État Extrait de son coffret en bois d'origine
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Avis professionnels

Robert Parker (100)

The harvest at Petrus took place between September 27 and October 12, and the 2010 finished at 14.1% natural alcohol, which is slightly lower than the 2009's 14.5%. The 2010 reminds me somewhat of the pre-1975 vintages of Petrus, a monster-in-the-making, with loads of mulberry, coffee, licorice and black cherry notes with an overlay of enormous amounts of glycerin and depth. Stunningly rich, full-bodied and more tannic and classic than the 2009, this is an awesome Petrus, but probably needs to be forgotten for 8-10 years. It should last at least another 50 or more.

Someone told me recently that Petrus had a second wine, so I asked Olivier Berrouet, their young, talented administrator, whether that was true, and he flatly denied it, so if any Asian wine buyers are running across second wines of Petrus in Hong Kong or on mainland China, be warned – they are not genuine. Proprietor Jean Moueix, who I believe is in his late twenties, has taken over for his father, Jean-Francois, who has largely retired, and the younger Moueix has really pushed quality even higher at this renowned estate. Anyone visiting Pomerol would have undoubtedly noticed the renovations at Petrus, as it was once one of the most modest and humble buildings in the appellation. Moreover, I suspect that multi-millionaire/billionaire collectors will have about 50 years to debate over which vintage of Petrus turns out better, the 2009 or 2010. In a perfect world, most people would love to have a few bottles of each, or at least the opportunity to taste them once in a while, as they have become more of a myth than something real, but these wines do, in fact, exist!

Winespectator (97)

This feels dense and unyielding now, with loads of grip supporting a dark, muscular and very backward core of bay leaf, tobacco, plum, blackberry and fig notes. Powerful, fresh and racy, with a tarry edge adding vivacity and drive to the lengthy, raspberry-dominated finish. The raspberry spine seems destined to win out after extended cellaring.

Rene Gabriel (20)

Rene Gabriel rates this wine 20/20 points.

BOW (10)

Ajouté aux favoris.