David M. Bueker wrote:I really like the 2000 du Tetre, but I would never expect it to be your cup of Bordeaux.
David M. Bueker wrote:Really? You're offended that I would not expect you to enjoy a Bordeaux that uses a great deal of new oak? Perhaps I read your notes more closely than you do.
Mark S wrote:Couly-Duteil, Chinon, 'la Digigence', 2011
Deep and dark fruited, blackberry and some earth and tobacco come through. A big wine at 14.5%, but you could do worse at near $20. Still tastes like cabernet franc, but in a heavier more modern vein. B+