Chateau Dauzac, Margaux, Bordeaux, 2009

Chateau Dauzac


  • Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Drink: 2015 - 2040


Chateau Dauzac

Stephen Brook

Tasting: Medoc crus classes 2009

Opaque red. Dense cassis and liquorice nose, distinctly oaky, but not to excess. Very rich yet also shows limpidity, lifted and pure, delicious fruit with real intensity and flair thanks to excellent acidity. There’s irresistible energy here, and a long, graceful finish, with mocha notes and black fruits.

Alun Griffiths

Tasting: Medoc crus classes 2009

Stylish Margaux nose. Very floral. Well-defined, crisp fruit on the palate. Good weight of ripe fruit on the palate, sweet but not overpowering. Nice density and texture. Good finish with tannins well-managed and oak fairly well-integrated. Wood a bit prominent just now but should soften well with time.

Steven Spurrier

Tasting: Medoc crus classes 2009

Fine, fragrant Margaux nose, all elegance and femininity, plus underlying cassis Cabernet fruit. Lots of fruit, elegance of flavour with florality as well. Lovely harmony, a very attractive wine with a good future.


Wine name: Chateau Dauzac
Wine classification: 5CC
Wine alcohol content: 13.5%
Wine colour: Red
Wine vintage: 2009
Price: £35.00
Wine style: Red, medium-bodied
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Subregion: Margaux

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