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Another readlly high toned, exotic and spiced wine with high tones and perfume. Rich, powerful but incredibly fresh into the mid palate and finish. Sweet fruit fades into vibrant blood orange. Impressive. - April 2019
The 2018 Pavie Macquin is deep garnet-purple colored and a little closed to begin, slowly revealing subtle notions of dark chocolate, candied violets and rose hip tea over a core of plum preserves, blueberry compote and cherry coulis plus wafts of woodsmoke and crushed stones. Full-bodied, the palate has a seriously impressive structure of ripe, firm, velvety tannins and bold freshness carrying off all that rich black fruit, finishing very long and mineral laced.
- Lisa Perrotti-Brown, April 2019, The Wine Advocate
This is a decadent and beautiful young wine with wild aromas and flavors of meat, wet earth and plums. Very complex. Full-bodied yet soft and very velvety. The tannins melt into the wine, as if they aren’t there. Extremely long finish. 78 per cent merlot, 20 per cent cabernet franc and two per cent cabernet sauvignon. - April 2019
Inky coloured core. Pure, clean-cut cassis aroma. Lifted and lively on the nose. On the palate, all fruit, so much fruit that the other components are outshone. At the moment this makes it rather simple but it has depth and richness and the freshness to develop though it seems a little one-dimensional now. Relatively light on the mid palate and still balanced. - Julia Harding, jancisrobinson.com, April 2019
This is just so good. Not overly big, it has nuance, sapidity and grace, with space between the lines. It's not sacrificing its concentration but it gives you a chance to get onboard and accompany it along the way. I love the quality of the brambled blackberry and loganberry fruit here, and the touch of austerity that gives a welcome note of bitter chocolate to the finish. It has great tannic grip and there's no question that this will age well, but it's also extremely drinkable now. Tasted several times, and each occasion blew me away. My favourite vintage to date from this property. 47hl/ha yields, as in 2016. - www.decanter.com, Jane Anson, April 2019