Haut Brion 2009

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Product Details

Vintage
2009
Colour
Red
Appellation
Pessac Leognan

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Tasting Notes and Scores

Wine Advocate
100

100pts - The 2009 Haut-Brion is deep garnet colored and slightly closed and shy to begin, slowly unfurling to reveal sensuous notions of warm blackberries, plum preserves, mulberries and blackcurrant cordial with touches of star anise, mocha and damp soil. Full-bodied, taut and tightly wound in the mouth, the palate delivers mouth-coating black fruit and mineral layers with a very firm frame of ripe, grainy tannins, finishing long and earthy. This needs time! - Lisa Perrotti-Brown, March 2019

100pts What a blockbuster effort! Atypically powerful, one day, the 2009 Haut-Brion may be considered to be the 21st century version of the 1959. It is an extraordinarily complex, concentrated effort made from a blend of 46% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and 14% Cabernet Franc with the highest alcohol ever achieved at this estate, 14.3%. Even richer than the perfect 1989, with similar technical numbers although slightly higher extract and alcohol, it offers up a sensational perfume of subtle burning embers, unsmoked cigar tobacco, charcoal, black raspberries, wet gravel, plums, figs and blueberries. There is so much going on in the aromatics that one almost hesitates to stop smelling it. However, when it hits the palate, it is hardly a letdown. This unctuously textured, full-bodied 2009 possesses low acidity along with stunning extract and remarkable clarity for a wine with a pH close to 4.0. The good news is that there are 10,500 cases of the 2009, one of the most compelling examples of Haut-Brion ever made. It requires a decade of cellaring and should last a half century or more. Readers who have loved the complexity of Haut-Brion should be prepared for a bigger, richer, more massive wine, but one that does not lose any of its prodigious aromatic attractions.

Robert Parker (Wine Advocate #199, Feb 2012)

Neal Martin
97

Served blind at the Southwold 2009 tasting. The Haut-Brion ‘09 plays the idiot savant at first and deceptively seems to miss the complexity of its peers, then voila! It opens gloriously with blackberry, wild hedgerow and crushed stone. The palate is full-bodied with an opulent rounded entry. It is slightly low in acidity, making this forward and approachable. But it remains beautifully balanced with a sumptuous finish to die for. Tasted January 2013.

– eRobertParker.com, Jul 2012

Michael Schuster
19.5

[46M/40CS/14CF] Very fat, very refined, very ripe blackberry fruit to smell with its characteristic background minerality; a rich, powerful wine, fruit and gravel aroma packed within a very firmly, but very finely tannic frame; grape essence within a tannic grip. Deep, dense, resonant, blackberry fruit, with the Haut Brion refinement, complexity and drama there behind the upfront weight; great length across palate, and terrific aromatic saturation and persistence on the finish. Hugely impressive, imposing, powerful. And it will doubtless make a great bottle in the long term - needing 15-20 years, I should think. But I have a personal preference for the gentler 2008, where I can actually taste the fruit, subtlety and terroir more clearly... 2025-50

James Suckling
100

Extravagant and exotic, but still lively, this is a super-concentrated and elegant wine that's already breathtaking, yet has enormous aging potential. Plenty of wet earth and mushroom character alongside the cassis and blackberry aromas. Super-long, perfectly balanced finish. Drink or hold. (Horizontal Tasting, London, 2019) - Stuart Pigott, jamessuckling.com, March 2019