One of the top wines of the Graves' prized Pessac Léognan in 2017. This 94-96 Point Haut Bailly was badly hit by frost, but its Grand Vin is a "super-finessed wine that hits all the right notes" (Antonio Galloni, Vinous.com). A gem of the vintage.
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Dark red fruits, graphite, smoke, licorice and incense
Red and black fruit, hints of crushed stone and briary
This understated beauty showcases just how glorious claret with the perfect balance can be. It shows all the classic Haut-Bailly signature charm here in a red that Antonio Galloni describes as “super-finessed” (Vinous.com). While 2017 was a vintage impacted by April frosts for many parts of Bordeaux (Haut Bailly lost 30% of production overall and yields were down to 28hl/hectare), this 2017 Haut-Bailly is made from the estate’s central, most historic parcels, where the frosts couldn’t permeate. The result is an attractive red that bears the hallmarks of a vintage all about “finesse, perfume and aromatic intensity” (Lisa Perrotti-Brown, RobertParker.com). A further three or four years in bottle will repay patience. Very fine Pessac Léognan.
"Warm blueberries, black forest cake and black raspberries plus hints of underbrush and iron ore"
Lisa Perrotti-Brown Wine Advocate
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