Gazin’s 2008 is a big masculine styled Pomerol. The nose is oozing with licorice, mocca , black currants, plums and Asian spices. On the palate quite firm, full-bodied and dense with a very good concentration balanced by a strong framwork of tannins. Sadly the concentration is matched by a quite high alcohol content for a 2008 (14%). The alcohol is quite present in the finish and really pulling down the overall impression of an otherwise very fine wine.
Tasting Notes for this producer
- Chateau Gazin 2008 April 14, 2012
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