Sunday, October 25, 2009

Chateau Greysac 2004 wine review by (PB)

This Cru Bourgeois is a garnet black cherry hue with a bouquet that has distinctive aromas with cherry berry hints on a baker's chocolate layer with floral notes and darker fruit beneath.

Palate--this wine is relaxed, drinkable, classic Bordeaux style and is drinking very well. It finishes a little green with relaxed tannins.

This is one of those wines that just keeps improving the longer it stays open but then its gone.

It runs $13-$24 on line and it is a very decent wine even at the $24 mark. Raise a glass!

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