Château Meyney 2020 Saint-Estèphe Cru Bourgeois Supérieur
James Suckling 93-94 | Wine Enthusiast 92-94 | Jane Anson (Decanter) 93 | Jeb Dunnuck 91-93 | Neal Martin (Vinous) 91-93 punten
Jane Anson van Decanter: 'Always one of the real value picks in St-Estèphe.'
- SmaakprofielKrachtig & complex
- HerkomstFrankrijk, Bordeaux
|Classificatie||AOC Saint Estèphe|
|Smaakprofiel||Krachtig & complex|
|Op dronk tot||2042|
A firm, intense red Bordeaux with blackcurrants and purple fruit, as well as hints of walnuts and some sweet tobacco. It’s full-bodied and dense with layers of fruit and tannins.
This estate has produced a densely textured wine, rich in tannins and packed with dark, concentrated black fruits. There is a muscular character, structured and with fine promise for longterm aging.
Jane Anson (Decanter)
A punch of bright plummy fruits, a little austere on the finish but one that you feel will age well. Mocha and coffee bean through the mid palate, keeping things moving right along at a fair pace, with a generous handful of rosemary and sage spice on the finish. Harvest 16 September to October 1. Always one of the real value picks in St-Estèphe.
Another wine worth seeking out, the 2020 Château Meyney shows the fresh, focused, yet also ripe style of the vintage nicely. Offering lots of pure cassis and black cherry fruits as well as tobacco and classy oak, it’s medium to full-bodied and has a pretty, elegant texture, plenty of mid-palate depth, and ripe yet certainly present and firmer tannins. I love the overall classic vibe as well as its purity and freshness.
Neal Martin (Vinous)
The 2020 Meyney has a lively, quite powerful nose delivering plenty of blackberry, boysenberry and briar scents, plus touches of freshly tilled loam and wilted iris flower; I appreciate how forthright this is. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannins and graphite-laced blackberry. Quite citric toward the finish, showing Pauillac-like pretentions. This is a classy Saint-Estèphe from Meyney that will age with style.