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Château Rouselle, 2006

Château Rouselle, 2006

Château Rouselle, 2006

The Château Rouselle was yet another wine that was exactly as expected. A typical Merlot dominated Bordeaux with 75% merlot, 20% cabernet sauvignon, 3% malbec and 2% cabernet franc. The nicest part of this wine is that there is still enough cab to remove most of the berries that otherwise can, I think, be dominating. Specifically when the wine ends up being warmer in the glass.

Some tannins left, nice tannins. Somewhat surprisingly low though, so this wine is to drink now. This surprised me a bit as the wine is pretty young. (+)

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