TN: 2004 Chateau Pavie Macquin (St. Emilion)

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TN: 2004 Chateau Pavie Macquin (St. Emilion)

#1 Post by Br@d S w @ l l o w »

I am not sure what motivated me to buy this wine on release, as the big, over-the-top style style is not my wheelhouse. Putting that aside, the wine is enjoyable for what it is. It is mature enough to drink without reservation, but I think it is far from declining. My bottle has some sediment that had to settle. There is some chocolate-cherry underneath the char and smoke, but it is a big, rich, dense wine. I do not think the wine would compliment even a big slab of red meat, at least for me, so it probably would be best consumed on its own. I think proponents of the house style would be more than satisfied with the way this wine is showing now. I have another bottle or two and probably will open them within the next three or four years.
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