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Ch Gazin Pomerol 2017
£350.00 per 6 bottles IB
"a seductive, open-knit
Pomerol that captures
the best the vintage
has to offer"
90-93 points. AG

Ch Gazin Pomerol 2017

Ch Gazin’s release this morning at £350/6 marks the start of a busy week in Bordeaux. This is the only week in May free of bank holidays in France, and we are bracing ourselves for a glut of releases. Also out today are Chx Meyney, Cantemerle, Chasse Spleen, du Glana, Bellegrave, Croizet Bages, Tour de Mons, and Citran. Of these releases, Ch Gazin is clearly the most exciting.

In 2017 Pomerol was one of the most successful appellations and Gazin is one of Pomerol's star properties. It is superbly positioned next to Pétrus and Lafleur, with very similar terroir. In recent vintages it has made stunning wines and, compared with its illustrious neighbours, offers unbelievable value.

You will be able to drink this excellent 2017 (95% Merlot & 5% Cabernet Franc) while waiting for the 2015 & 2016 to hit their stride.

Please get in touch to secure a case of this classic Pomerol.

  1. 2017 Ch Gazin Pomerol

    Ch Gazin Pomerol
    Colour
    Red
    Producer
    Château Gazin
    Region
    Pomerol, Red Bordeaux
    Grape
    Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon
    Drinking
    2023-2033
    Case Size
    12x75cl
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    2017 Ch Gazin Pomerol
    Colour
    Red
    Producer
    Château Gazin
    Region
    Pomerol, Red Bordeaux
    Grape
    Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon
    Drinking
    2023-2033
    Case Size
    12x75cl
    Available Later

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      Case price

      £700.00 (Ex. VAT)

      Qty
      (10+ in stock)

      Tasting Notes

      Goedhuis, April 2018, Score: 91-93

      Ch Gazin is one of the larger estates of Pomerol at 24 hectares. It often flies under the radar during the campaign but consistently delivers the star qualities of Pomerol at a fair price. The 2017 displays juicy rich fruit on the nose. There is an appealing tension between lightly puckering tannins and fresh acidity. A little more time before bottling will help the wine broaden and find its balance.

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