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    Chateau Moya 2009
    Bordeaux Red Blends - Cotes de Castillon, Bordeaux, France

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    Wine.com Quick Facts

    Professional Ratings: 90 Wine Spectator

    Region: Cotes de Castillon, Bordeaux, France

    Varietal: Bordeaux Red Blends

    Alcohol By Volume: 15%

    • 10%
    • 16%

    Item no. 119276

    Winemaker's Notes:

    Chateau Moya 2009 shows blackcurrant, mint, slightly oaky (roasted nuts) on the nose. The mouth is full of fruits along with some notes of licorice on the aftertaste which make it fresh. This wine is very concentrated with silky tannins. Easy to drink now and for the next 2 to 3 years.

    Critical Acclaim:

    Very juicy and inviting, with deliciously ripe notes of linzer torte, blackberry and crushed plum, laced with anise and toasted spice. The lively finish stretches out nicely.

    90 Points
    Wine Spectator
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    Dr Bull (5/23/2014)
    grapey, with a hint of grape and a great grapey finish. Great value definitely 90 points
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    Chel78 (1/25/2013)
    This wine begs for a pungent cheese to bask in the heady bouquet. Rosey Goat Spanish cheese with rosemary rind is amazing as a 5-star combination. Complex wine with subtle earth nose, full cherry/plum body and strong finish of spice and little anise.
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    flosseye (3/28/2014)
    All around good.
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    Zdriller (11/30/2013)
    Nice deep purple color, good legs. Nose is a bit on the pungent side but the first blush mouthful is a wonderfully intense fruitful experience. It shows the earthy flavor which seems to be a bordeaux characteristic. The aftertaste is disappointing as it reflects the original nose and is rather short lived. However, for the cost of $20/bottle it is I feel a great bargain and will stand up to and compliment a grilled steak. Bordeaux usually does better being the highlight rather than the accompaniment.
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    strears (1/3/2013)
    Did not live up to reviews.
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    Hervé (1/23/2014)
    really average Bordeaux, not sparks or depth in drinking. The producer will have to work out a better finishing.
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    teppes (12/10/2013)

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