Château Corbin 2012
Château Corbin 2012 is a wine with elegance, The nose is intense, still marked by aging in barrels that reveals empyreumatic notes. In the bustle, the ripe fruit expresses like blueberry, juicy blackcurrant. The palate is ample, solid, beautiful structure, balanced. Nice success.
We propose Château Corbin 2012 to the unit and in case of 12 bottles. One of the oldest estates of Saint-Emilion perfect in the 2012 vintage
90-92/100 Robert Parker - Wine Advocate
A strong effort, the 2012 Corbin is a blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc that was cropped at 37.5 hectoliters per hectare. It exhibits lots of black raspberry and blueberry fruit, a seductive, medium to full-bodied texture, and impressive purity and balance. Combining elegance and flavor authority, it once again demonstrates its very good terroir of just over 30 acres northwest of the medieval town of St.-Emilion. Proprietor Anabelle Cruse-Bardinet comes from an historic family of wine producers. Drink this 2012 over the next 10- 15 years.
For lovers of Saint Emilion, the wines of the Château Corbin are to discover absolutely, this bottle of 2012 is superb, it is one of the very beautiful success of the Castle.
The advice of 12bouteilles: Do not hesitate to decant 1 hour before serving it accompany the meat simmered, it will be a perfect deal
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