Review Updated on 2021-11-17
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Rating 97 2021 Top 50  
Style Red
Blend , Cabernet Franc, Merlot
Vintage 2010
Appellation
France
ABV 14%
Price $41.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

Holiday Meals, Long-Term Aging, Steak Dinner

Drink If You Like

Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot

La Parde de Haut-Bailly 2010 Review

This wine smells like cherries covered in autumn leaves, along with an earthy aroma of river rocks and a dash black pepper. The structure of the wine has tannins that are still reducing and melting into the wine. But that doesn’t take away from the enjoyment. It’s grippy with small waves of fruit rolling over your palate. When the tannins soften, the fruit will shine. This is a wine for steak or any lean meat. It can age more but is drinking very well now.

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La Parde de Haut-Bailly 2010
This wine smells like cherries covered in autumn leaves, along with an earthy aroma of river rocks and a dash black pepper. The structure of the wine has tannins that are still reducing and melting into the wine. But that doesn’t take away from the enjoyment. It’s grippy with small waves of fruit rolling over your palate. When the tannins soften, the fruit will shine. This is a wine for steak or any lean meat. It can age more but is drinking very well now.

Reviewed On: 11-10-2021
97
POINTS
La Parde de Haut-Bailly 2010
This wine smells like cherries covered in autumn leaves, along with an earthy aroma of river rocks and a dash black pepper. The structure of the wine has tannins that are still reducing and melting into the wine. But that doesn’t take away from the enjoyment. It’s grippy with small waves of fruit rolling over your palate. When the tannins soften, the fruit will shine. This is a wine for steak or any lean meat. It can age more but is drinking very well now.

Reviewed On: 11-10-2021