En primeur tasting (april 2013) Another sleeper of the vintage, the dense ruby/purple-hued 2012 reveals sweet cranberry and black currant fruit intermixed with hints of spring flowers, earth and subtle wood. Supple, fruity, medium-bodied and well-made, this beauty can be drunk over the next decade. Poujeaux has been on a hot streak following the change of ownership (the Cuvelier family now owns this property).
En primeur tasting (april 2013) 15,5 / 20 Dark purple. Some rather strange oak on the nose. But lots of ripe Merlot fruit and no shortage of winemaking effort. Very flattering. But the refreshment factor comes from something a little green rather than fresh fruit.