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Château Pavie Macquin

Château Pavie Macquin 2016

Château Pavie Macquin 2016

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Château Pavie Macquin 2016

1er Grand Cru Classé "B"

Saint Emilion


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Reviews of the 2016 vintage

"Pavie Macquin 2016 has a deep garnet color and is a little closed to begin, offering glimpses of plum preserves, Morello cherries, and blackberry pie scents, followed by hints of menthol, candied violets, dark chocolate, and wood smoke, with a touch of crushed rocks. Full-bodied, rich and opulent in the mouth, the palate delivers amazing tension to counter the richness, textured by plush, rounded tannins, finishing on a lingering ferrous note."

Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, The Wine Independent, December 2022

"A perfect example of coiled sinewy tannins, a fist of steel wrapped in velvet. This is so juicy yet so reserved, fully walking the tightrope of light and shade. Meticulous layers of butterscotch, cigar, turmeric, dill, mandarin peel, with sculpted clarity to the cooly-reserved blackcurrant and bilberry fruits, extremely complex and clearly determined to be around for many decades.Part of the outstanding vintages series within this vertical - and where you could just about drink the 2017 today, I would strongly suggest not doing so with the 2016. 60% new oak."

Jane Anson,, January 2022

"Possibly the finest vintage of this cuvée to date, the 2016 Château Pavie Macquin comes from a cooler, later terroir on the upper plateau and checks in as 82% Merlot, 16% Cabernet Franc, and 2% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in 50% new oak.This deep, inky-colored effort boasts a rock star bouquet of blackcurrants, black cherries, white truffle, graphite, and spice.Deep, rich, and powerful on the palate, yet also balanced, elegant, and seamless, with ultra- fine tannins, this seamless beauty needs a decade of cellaring and will keep for 4-5 decades. Drink 2029-2069."

Jeb Dunnuck,, February 2019
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