Chateau Meyney 2012

Meyney

Chateau Meyney 2012

Holzkiste

voluminös & kräftig
tanninreich
93
100
2
Merlot 42%, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%, Petit Verdot 18%
5
rot
Gereift
13,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2019–2037
Verpackt in: 6er OHK
3
Lobenberg: 93/100
Suckling: 91/100
Galloni: 91/100
Wine Enthusiast: 89–91/100
Parker: 88–90/100
6
Frankreich, Bordeaux, Saint Estephe
7
Allergene: Sulfite
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Chateau Meyney 2012

93
/100

Lobenberg: Der Mund kommt sehr pikant. Schönes Spiel von roter und schwarzer Waldfrucht. Allerdings ist der starke Erdbeer- Himbeerton etwas irritierend. Darunter Zwetschge, leicht gezehrt. Dennoch sehr lecker. Macht viel Spaß ohne ganz groß zu sein. 93/100

91
/100

Suckling über: Chateau Meyney

-- Suckling: A chewy and fresh wine with spice, nut and currant character. Full-bodied and muscular. Needs time to soften. Better in 2017. 91/100

91
/100

Galloni über: Chateau Meyney

-- Galloni: The 2012 Meyney is a deep, structured wine with a lot going on in the glass. The expressive bouquet alone is enticing, but all the elements simply come together effortlessly. The pliant fruit suggests the 2012 can be enjoyed young - and it can - but there is also more than enough depth to allow the wine to age gracefully for years. This is an impressive Saint-Estephe, especially for the year. 91/100

89–91
/100

Wine Enthusiast über: Chateau Meyney

-- Wine Enthusiast: Barrel sample. This wine is marked by new-wood spice and strong structure that showcases a sense of weight and spicy ripeness. The palate is powerful, while also maintaining a bold, juicy character. 89-91/100

88–90
/100

Parker über: Chateau Meyney

-- Parker: This estate is quickly returning from a long period of mediocrity. This sleeper of the vintage exhibits a dense ruby/purple color in addition to copious notes of black raspberries, blueberries, loamy soil and roasted Provencal herbs. Medium to full-bodied, it should drink well for 10-12+ years. 88-90/100

Mein Winzer

Chateau Meyney

Die 51 Hektar Rebanlagen von Château Meyney sind zu 65 % mit Cabernet Sauvignon bepflanzt. Dann folgen 25 % Merlot und ein wenig Petit Verdot, was eher atypisch für Saint-Estèphe ist.