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Jean-Marc Quarin June - 1993
Jean-Marc Quarin
Blood red color. Bordeaux. Intense. Very united with a slight evolution. Brilliant. Beautiful. Nose of medium intensity. Discreet, but fine. Floral, fruity (cherry, prune), both fresh and very ripe. Spice. Intense agitation. Note of undergrowth, truffle. Wakes up with a hint of brandy cherry, chocolate. Clean, soft attack developing on a round structure that evolves fat, juicy and caressing on superbly balanced and tasty tannins which leave a textured, long and dry finish where complex nuances of fruits and exotic woods return. Fine grain. A complex wine with a lot of future. For me the best recent Gazin.
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90 / 100
Robert PARKER - The Wine Advocate
The 1989 Château Gazin has long been a favorite of mine. It was a reminder of how great this estate's wines can be in a period when it was falling behind the pack. Here, the 1989 continued to show well, although I feel that it may just be on the downward slope. It still has a delightful, earthy, wild mushroom bouquet with warm terracotta tiles on a hot summer's day. The palate is medium-bodied and unashamedly rustic in style, a little frayed at the seams maybe, but still, at its core, there is delightful earthy red berry fruit, clove and bay leaf notes. The nose actually has more to offer than the palate these days, but it will continue to offer drinking pleasure over the next decade, even if recent vintages courtesy of Nicolas de Bailliencourt have been superior. Tasted January 2016.
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90 / 100
Franck Dubourdieu September - 2007
Franck Dubourdieu
4 / 5
Michael Broadbent April - 1998
Michael Broadbent
Deep, velvety; a rich 'meaty' nose; sweet and pretty massive.
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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Pomerol
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château Gazin
The wines of Château GAZIN are very typical of the terroir in Pomerol. Their lavish generosity offers a wide range of aromas of red fruit and black that blends with their intense color, purple or garnet. The wines of Chateau GAZIN also issue, in most cases, shades of plum, chocolate, coffee and licorice aromas of almond, toast, tobacco and vanilla, fresh mint. The maturity gives them a nose of spices, perfumes of truffles, underbrush notes and animals as game, fur, leather .... In the mouth, they are characterized by their refined tannins, balance and concentration brightened by a delicate woodland. . Feminine, charming, because of the dominance of Merlot, the wines are tasted pleasantly GAZIN Castle, after several years of aging, but they deserve most often wait fifteen, twenty or more years. .