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1998 Chateau Le Pin Pomerol
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91-94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 1999

Component #1 (vines replanted in 1984): Superripe aromas of black fruits, flowers and minerals; smells like pinot noir from Vosne-Romanee or Nuits-Saint-Georges. Dense, sweet and faintly gamey, with dark berry and dark chocolate flavors. Lovely fat and sweetness. Component #2 (older vines): Bright ruby-red. Less charming but more complex black cherry and spice nose. Dense, layered and quite subtle; not as exuberant or fruit-driven as the younger vines but finishes with extraordinary persistence and excellent grip. A great sample. The blend should make a superb Le Pin.

100 Points | Wine Spectator
93 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Dude - That is like a 2300 dollar night
09/19/2006
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2000 for the wine, 300 for the hooker off www.eros.com. That's a whole lot of my GS-13 salary! I cant wait to try it!

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