Posts Tagged Ch. Pavie

2001 Ch. Pavie, St. Emilion Grand Cru Classe

Hint of bret. Black, opaque color. Ultra-ripe, candied fruit. Seems over-the-top in comparison to the 2000. MSRP: $150 (September 2003) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

2000 Ch. Pavie, St. Emilion Grand Cru Classe

The nose jumps right out of the glass. Opaque black color with dark purple rim. Incredibly concentrated dark black fruits, black licorice and roast coffee. Some nice, flowery high notes. Totally seductive and disarming; a complete wine.... Read more

1999 Ch. Pavie, St. Emilion Grand Cru Classe

Deep, dark, concentrated. Roast coffee, toasted oak and vanilla. The fruit is tightly wound. A glimpse of the future... MSRP: $130 (September 2003) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

1998 Ch. Pavie, St. Emilion Grand Cru Classe

Deep color. Shellacked French oak. Tannic. Can’t imagine it improving a lot. MSRP: $150 (September 2003) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

1997 Ch. Pavie, St. Emilion Grand Cru Classe

Light color. Old nose. Bell pepper. An okay quaffer for the near-term. MSRP: $35 Wine Lines rating:... Read more

Bordeaux Trade Tasting in Los Angeles: December 3, 2002

By Glen Frederiksen The wines presented were from Gerard Perse and Alain Reynaud, owners of Ch. Pavie, Ch. Monbousquet, Ch. Pavie-Decesse, Ch. Bellevue-Mondotte, and Clos les Lunelles. A total of 21 wines in all were poured and discussed, with... Read more