See the latest rating, tasting notes and drinking window from Decanter experts for 2010 Chateau Loudenne.

Product Overview

Overall rating:

Points 86

Chateau Loudenne

Grape Variety:Cabernet Sauvignon
Drink:2013 - 2020

Product:

Chateau Loudenne, Médoc, Bordeaux, 2010

Producer:

 

Stephen Brook

Tasting: Crus Bourgeois 2010

Leafy minty blackcurrant nose, but not green. Medium-bodied, ripe, supple, has precision, and the tannins are present but ripe. The acidity is a touch aggressive now but needs time to integrate. Well-handled oak on the finish, which is elegant and quite long.

Ronan Sayburn MS

Tasting: Crus Bourgeois 2010

Earthy nose. Palate is round and full with dense fruit, and a summer pudding character. Firm tannins, weighty fruit and long spicy length. Alcohol a touch too warm

Steven Spurrier

Tasting: Crus Bourgeois 2010

Deep concentrated red, nicely concentrated berry fruits, some fragrance bordering on the leathery, typical Medoc, rich, almost sweet on the palate, broad and chunky, just a bit over-concentrated to be elegant.

Details

Wine name:Chateau Loudenne
Wine classification:AOC
Wine alcohol content:14%
Wine colour:Red
Wine vintage:2010
Price:£15.00
Wine style:Red, medium-bodied
Country:France
Region:Bordeaux
Subregion:Médoc