Drink: 2017 – 2027
Price: $16.06 excl. GST
- Tasting Notes
The 2014 Grand Village has a crisp and focused bouquet with mulberry and raspberry preserve aromas, blackcurrant emerging with time alongside melted tar. I appreciate the freshness locked into these aromatics. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin on the entry, quite strict and linear with a gritty, slightly tarry finish. It does not quite have the persistence or perhaps charm of the best Grand Village I have tasted, but it will give plenty of drinking pleasure over the next decade.
– Neal Martin, Robertparker.com, Score: 87
The 2014 Grand Village is a delicious, fruity wine to drink now and over the next few years, while the flavors remain brisk and delineated. Freshly cut flowers, mint and sweet red cherries offer energy and persistence. This is a gorgeous entry-level wine from the Guinadeau family.
– Antonio Galloni, Vinous.com, Score: 88
Very perfumed and bright with cherries, currants and shaved chocolate. Medium body and velvety and silky tannins. Juicy and very pretty. Just a hint of walnuts. Lovely. Drink now.
– James Suckling, Jamessuckling.com, Score: 90
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