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4. Cru Classé St. Julien - 2005 - Château Beychevelle

 
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4. Cru Classé St. Julien - 2005 - Château Beychevelle



Alcoholic content: 13.50 %

yr. 2011 Gilbert & Gaillard:

95 of 100 Points.

"Gilbert & Gaillard" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2011 on 01.01.1970 with 95 of 100 points.

"EN PRIMEUR - Deep garnet-red. Profound nose intermixing ripe fruit, liquorice and Indian ink. A well-structured wine showing good acidity, length and focused fruit. A well-built wine."

yr. 2009 Gilbert & Gaillard:

93 of 100 Points.

"Gilbert & Gaillard" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2009 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"Intense hue. Ultra ripe nose driven by fruit. Powerful palate, warm attack and a massive, slightly firm mid-palate. A harmonious wine that lacks that magical effect."

yr. 2010 Gilbert & Gaillard:

90 of 100 Points.

"Gilbert & Gaillard" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2010 on 01.01.1970 with 90 of 100 points.

"Deep crimson. Nose of red fruit framed by heat with evident oak. Concentrated, extracted, firm palate framed by power. A little more freshness would have been beneficial. Still massive and warm."

yr. 2010 Tom Cannavan:

91 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2010 on 01.01.1970 with 91 of 100 points.

"Gravelly, tight black fruit. Some nicely meaty notes. Some plum. There is a lovely elegant silkiness and refinement here. Lovely chocolate and coffee sweetness to the tannins and oak. Good length, and has lots of Beychevelle seductive charm."

yr. 2007 Gilbert & Gaillard:

93 of 100 Points.

"Gilbert & Gaillard" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2007 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"Deep garnet-red. Focused, crunchy fruit nose. Easy-drinking, pleasurable, fruit-driven palate combining precision and freshness. A delicious wine. Drink now."

yr. 2006 Gilbert & Gaillard:

93 of 100 Points.

"Gilbert & Gaillard" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2006 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"Intense colour. Deep notes combining black berries and a note of roasted coffee. Ample attack, lovely fine and smooth texture. An already harmonious 2006, lingering. Fine wine."

yr. 2007 Tom Cannavan:

90 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2007 on 01.01.1970 with 90 of 100 points.

"Nice black fruit purity. A touch of coffee and a little violet fragrance. Very juicy, tight, blackcurranty fruit on the palate with a certain lithe, juicy svelteness. The tannins are refined and ripe, with some spice in the finish."

yr. 1986 Tom Cannavan:

95 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1986 on 01.01.1970 with 95 of 100 points.

"What a lovely nose on this wine, with exquisite aromatics of kirsch-like, soaring fruit, with hints of eucalyptus and Chinese dried plums. There is Sandalwood and some smokiness over a deep well of cassis and bursting damson fruit. The palate shows stunning concentration for Beychevelle, with a mid-palate richness and breadth of flavour, with bloody, earth-streaked black fruits against a firm tannic framework and an edge of acidity. One of the best 1986's I have tasted, and better balanced than many."

yr. 1955 Tom Cannavan:

93 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1955 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"This has held its colour rather better than the ' 62, with some crimson at the core. There's a lovely fudge-like suggestion of sweetness on the nose, with tobacco and toffeed notes, and more of that brown sugar character. But this seems rounder, fuller, and more youthful than the '62. The palate confirms that, with a voluptuous sweetness of red fruits. There's a marmalade quality too, and a spiciness with cedary, smoky notes and just a lingering edge of tannin. The acidity is muted, and this wine has harmony and seems to have some time ahead of it still, despite the obvious maturity."

yr. 1996 Tom Cannavan:

93 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1996 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"Exotic Sandalwood and cedary aromas dominate, in a profile showing lots of spice and earthiness. Some good fruit comes through, with an almost minty edge to solid blackcurrant. There are some herbal, slightly vegetal and bloody nuances, but these add some interest. Cool, beautifully delineated fruit on the palate, with quite a lean, savoury, cherry skin and bittersweet blueberry character. Some espresso and tobacco emerges into the finish, which becomes very harmonious over time in the glass. This wine really opens out, finishing with finesse and supple mid-palate weight, and a sense of richness. This needs time and has the potential to be excellent."

yr. 1962 Tom Cannavan:

93 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1962 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"This has a very brown colour when poured, that is faded and light. There's a note of brown sugar sweetness and mellow, gamy notes on the nose, with ox-tail and slightly dank, vegetal qualities. The palate has intense sweetness, with raisins and a brown sugar sweetness, and a dry, but still coffeeish background of old oak. The acidity has that orangy character again, but the fruit really starts to persist in this wine, overwhelming the acidity and filling the mouth with a lingering impression of sweetness into the finish. This is actually a lovely old wine, and holding together very nicely."

yr. 2000 Tom Cannavan:

93 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2000 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"A wine I've tasted several times i the past (and bought en primeur) showing a much more firm. lean, edgy liquorice and black plum fruit on the nose, with cherry and mineral edges adding a lot more nervosity than in previous tastings. Less opulent for sure on the palate, but there are reserves here, with that espresso-supported black fruit all constrained by grippy tannins and a liquorice and damson-skin severity. Over the course of an hour this starts to fill out, with the mid-palate developing a much more lush, blackcurranty fruit and hints of chocolaty richness. This is in a slightly awkward stage, but I am very happy to have some tucked away."

yr. 2005 Tom Cannavan:

92 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2005 on 01.01.1970 with 92 of 100 points.

"Finesse from the first sniff here, with an aromatic brightness coupled to a ripe cassis fruit quality. Plenty of tannins here - more structure than is normal for Beychevelle, but there is such luxurious sweetness of fruit too and elegant acidity."

yr. 2001 Tom Cannavan:

91 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2001 on 01.01.1970 with 91 of 100 points.

"Very round and plummy on the nose, with a mellow pencil-shaving quality and those opulent notes of fudge, tobacco and woodsmoke in the background. Sweetness of fruit here, with the palate rich and full-textured, with really quite fat, forward black fruits that nevertheless have a lip-smacking juiciness and racy edge of tannin and acidity. Chocolate and earthy, smoky notes emerge in the finish in a really attractive Beychevelle."

yr. 2003 Tom Cannavan:

91 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2003 on 01.01.1970 with 91 of 100 points.

"The nose, for the moment, is dominated by coconutty oak and a fabulous aromatic onslaught of generous kirsch and cassis fruit, with some floral notes. There is plenty of creamy, sweet vanilla on the palate too, but a fine weight of black cherry and blackcurrant fruit, with a chocolaty depth. There is good structure here too, with solid, ripe tannins and a tugging acidity, in a wine that is extremely promising and should drink well from the outset."

yr. 2002 Tom Cannavan:

90 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2002 on 01.01.1970 with 90 of 100 points.

"Really cedary, cigar box aromas dominate, in a nose full of finesse. Fine red plum and black fruits. Again a suggestion of a sweet, fudge-like core to the wine in the mouth, with an attractive black plum juiciness, with bittersweet fruit showing lovely ripeness, but that tart edge of plum skin acidity and fine tannins. Another very successful Beychevelle this."

yr. 1976 Tom Cannavan:

90 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1976 on 01.01.1970 with 90 of 100 points.

"The nose here is much, much more vegetal than the 1986, and slightly dank, with truffly, undergrowth qualities that is much less 'pure', but not entirely unattractive. On the palate there is an intense fruit sweetness, but there is a slightly raisined quality amongst black fruits. A warmth of spices and cedary caramel suffuses the finish, with some orangy acidity and fading tannins into the finish. A wine that is tiring, but still has some elegance and charm."

yr. 2006 Tom Cannavan:

89 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2006 on 01.01.1970 with 89 of 100 points.

"Big, generous coffee and chocolate oakiness, with cassis and plum coming through. Bold and rich on the palate, with the plushness of oak and quite dark, ripe fruit just about holding its own against the slightly austere tannins and quite high acidity. There is good length here and a touch of juiciness about the mid palate, and perhaps it will come good."

yr. 2004 Tom Cannavan:

91 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2004 on 01.01.1970 with 91 of 100 points.

"Moderately deep and very vibrant crimson. There's a depth and solidity here, with hints of chocolate and espresso bean, and a warming core of autumnal berry fruits and spices. Very harmonious palate; the texture is quite silky, and there's a sweet depth of fruit with cherry and deeper, juicy plum notes. Tannins here are fine and well-controlled, with a polished quality though plenty of grippy power. Acidity seems quite gentle, but it is sufficient and balances well with re-emerging coffee and toasty oak and spice in the finish."

yr. 1985 Tom Cannavan:

93 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1985 on 01.01.1970 with 93 of 100 points.

"Open-knit and attractive, this wine has a gloriously seductive and hedonistic style that I love. Opulent, rich fruit, tremendous sweetness, medium-body and fragrant, plummy flavours. This is not as easy-going as first impressions suggest however, as fine silky tannins add depth and a wonderful balance keeps it focused and sharp into a long, refined, classy finish. Gorgeous and drinking beautifully, it also shows no sign of fading so should drink well for many years. An old favourite of mine."

yr. 1998 Tom Cannavan:

90 of 100 Points.

"Tom Cannavan" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 1998 on 01.01.1970 with 90 of 100 points.

"Lovely nose of new oak and creamy blackberries. Seems a little under-powered and maybe a little under-ripe on the palate, but a nice long finish suggests it has potential."

yr. 2017 Wine Enthusiast:

94 of 100 Points.

"Wine Enthusiast" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2017 on 01.01.1970 with 94 of 100 points.

yr. 2015 Wine Enthusiast:

95 of 100 Points.

"Wine Enthusiast" has rated the wine "Chateau Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France" from the vintage 2015 on 01.01.1970 with 95 of 100 points.


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