Haut Bailly

Chateau Haut Bailly 1995

voluminös & kräftig
Cabernet Sauvignon 60%, Merlot 30%, Cabernet Franc 10%
Trinkreife: 2005–2035
Verpackt in: 6er OHK
Lobenberg: 94/100
Wine Spectator: 92/100
Jeb Dunnuck: 91/100
Galloni: 91/100
Parker: 90/100
Frankreich, Bordeaux, Pessac Leognan
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation

Wine Spectator über: Chateau Haut Bailly

-- Wine Spectator: A chewy, burly wine for aging. Big Haut-Bailly. Vivid berry and grape aromas. Full-bodied and tough, with masses of tannins and a long, wet earth and fruit aftertaste. 92/100


Jeb Dunnuck über: Chateau Haut Bailly

-- Jeb Dunnuck: A classy, regal wine that’s all about complexity and elegance, the 1995 is fully mature, with a ruby/amber hue and ripe, sweet aromas of currants, cedarwood, unsmoked tobacco, smoked earth, and exotic spices. Medium-bodied, balanced, and seamless on the palate, it has a wonderful, resolved texture, integrated tannins, and a great finish. Now at 25 years after the vintage, it’s certainly fully mature and drinking at point, yet will evolve gracefully going forward. 91/100


Galloni über: Chateau Haut Bailly

-- Galloni: Deeper red-ruby color. Less expressive, less obviously ripe aromas of redcurrant, blueberry, smoke and game. Then silky and soft in the mouth, with insinuating flavors of plum, raspberry, woodsmoke, minerals and flowers. Firm but perfectly integrated acidity gives this wine good shape and cut. Finishes with tongue-coating but supple tannins and subtle flavor. In the more typical feminine style of Haut-Bailly, notes Sanders. 91/100


Parker über: Chateau Haut Bailly

-- Parker: A beauty, this deep ruby-colored wine offers a classic, smoky, cherry, red and black currant-scented nose, sweet, lush, forward fruit, medium body, true delicacy and elegance (as opposed to thinness and dilution), perfect balance, and a lovely, long, supple, velvety-textured finish. This is a ballerina of a claret, with beautiful aromatics, lovely flavors, and impeccable equilibrium. 90/100

Mein Winzer

Haut Bailly

Bis vor kurzer Zeit wurde es von seinem Sohn Jean bewirtschaftet, dem dann seine Enkelin Véronique folgte, die sich ebenfalls dem traditionellen Stil der Weinbereitung verpflichtet fühlt. Neuer Wind und der Sprung ins qualitative Oberhaus kam aber erst mit der Übernahme durch die Enkelin Veronique.