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    Les Douves de la Tour Carnet Haut-Medoc 2000
    Bordeaux Red Blends - Medoc, Bordeaux, France

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    Region: Medoc, Bordeaux, France

    Varietal: Bordeaux Red Blends

    Style: Smooth & Supple

    Item no. 100715

    Winemaker's Notes:

    The dense purple-color boasts a sweet nose of graphite intermixed with cassis, licorice, and toasty espresso notes. A bright and balanced wine that, when left to sit in the glass, presents elegant floral notes. Ripe and medium- to full-bodied, it is the finest Les Douves de La Tour Carnet produced in many decades.

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    Second Label Wine (9/2/2011)
    Tasting Notes: From the fantastic 2000 vintage, the Les Douves de La Tour Carnet is a real treat to crack open. Unlike many second labels, it receives remarkably similar care and attention as the Chateau’s grand vin. After 18 months in French oak, the Cabernet-dominated wine is quite complex with aromas of dried cranberry, black plum, green bell pepper, tobacco, vanilla and liquorish. A lot of the tannins have fallen out of this decade old wine, so there is considerable sediment in the bottle. I would suggest decanting it 20 to 30 minutes before serving. If you’re looking to try older Bordeaux without the sticker shock, this is a great option from a great harvest. Food Pairing Suggestions: Because the tannins are very mild on this older Bordeaux, I’d advise against fatty meats that you would typical pair with Cabernet-based wines. Instead I’d opt for leaner, sweeter meats. The first thought that comes to mind would be a stuffed pork loin with figs and nuts or a bread stuffing. A simple thick-cut pork chop might also do the trick. Just try to keep the fat level to a minimum or you will overshadow an otherwise lovely wine.
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    Dover Bill (2/16/2012)
    I let it breath for a half hour. I'm going to miss the 2k Bordeaux's. Great value
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    RKozolchyk (3/25/2014)
    The first cork was totaly dissolved and the wine tasted that way, hopefully we will have more luck with the other bottles.

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