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Castle Haut Bailly - Pessac-Léognan 2011
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Castle Haut Bailly - Pessac-Léognan 2011

After a very wet autumn in 2010, the winter and spring of 2011 were marked by a great drought. Spring 2011 was the warmest and dryest recorded in fifty years, with an accumulation of precipitation of 78mm between March and June against an average of 298mm usually over the same period. This drought resulted in early flowering and early fruit set in May. Subsequently, the heat episode of 26 and 27 June caused a scalding happily counterbalanced by a cool and normally watered summer, guaranteeing a resumption of the physiological development of the vine. Lastly, a summer month in September enabled optimum maturation of the harvest. Breeding: 30 March Mid-blooming: 18 May Mid-véraison: 20 July Having benefited from thinning to guarantee the good aeration of the grapes, the grapes presented, at the beginning of September, an excellent sanitary condition as well as a dense aromatic frame And structured. The harvest began on 9 September, with young Merlots. They lasted three weeks, under ideal weather conditions, in a dry and sunny weather. The particularly low yields in Cabernet were compensated by a more generous production of Merlots. A severe sorting was carried out in the vineyards, then in the cellars where a new scraper made it possible to separate the berries from the raffles with an unparalleled sweetness and precision. The alcoholic fermentations were maintained around 20 ° C in order to preserve the fruit. 55% new barrels
Couleur Rouge
Appellation Pessac-Léognan
Millesime 2011
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Degré d'alcool 13,0°
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
    89 / 100

byIan D'Agatathe8/31/2014

Dark red-ruby.  Rather open-knit, subdued aromas of strawberry and minerals.  Clean, fresh and juicy, with bright if not especially concentrated flavors of red berries, spring flowers and fresh citrus fruits.   Clean and vibrant on the moderately long finish, but could use a little more density and flesh.(89(+?) points

Wine Advocate
Wine Advocate
    94 / 100

byRobert Parkerthe5/2/2014

The saturated ruby/purple-hued 2011 Haut-Bailly exhibits a glorious, subtle, noble set of aromatics consisting of red and black currants, sweet cherries, graphite, truffles and a faint hint of wood spice. The wine hits the palate with the profound elegance and purity that have become so much a characteristic under Wilmers and Sanders. Still youthful, with good acidity and freshness, this brilliant, medium-bodied 2011 needs another 4-5 years of bottle age, and should evolve effortlessly for 20-25 years.

Ever since the acquisition of Haut-Bailly by American banker Robert Wilmers, he and his winemaker Veronique Sanders have dramatically led this estate to the top of the qualitative pyramid.

Jamessuckling.com
Jamessuckling.com
    95 / 100

byJames Sucklingthe2/19/2014

Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator
    92 / 100

byJames Molesworththe2/10/2014

Shows a grippy feel, with lots of briar, pastis and plum sauce notes rolled together and driving through the sappy finish. Well-embedded acidity pushes everything along, while a pure echo of fruit hangs through the finish. Should blossom with cellaring. Best from 2016 through 2028.

La Revue du Vin de France
La Revue du Vin de France
    16-17 / 20

the5/31/2012

Le maître de chai, Gabriel Vialard, juge 2011 comme une année sèche et précoce, donc facile! Les rendements de cabernets sont très faibles, contrairement aux merlots, qui manquent de fond. Ils entrent néanmoins dans l'assemblage à l'hauteur de 47%. Cela ne dénature en rien le style très classique et droit du cru, avec un délicieux équilibre, entre le fruit et le bois, et des tanins d'une grand raffinement.

Le Point
Le Point
    17 / 20

byJacques Dupontthe5/17/2012

Boisé, fruits noirs, gelée de framboise, bouche ronde, souple, soyeuse, tanins de qualité, très joli milieu de bouche soyeux, un peu serré en finale, frais et fin. O=2017 G= 15 ans

Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
    88-91 / 100

byIan D'Agatathe5/12/2012

Opaque purple-ruby. Perfumed floral and dark berry aromas and flavor. Bright, fresh and stylish in the mouth, showing good balance and intensity. Finishes smooth and clean, but without quite the density or delineation of the best recent vintages here.

Decanter.com
Decanter.com
    17,5 / 20

the4/30/2012

Concentrated, slightly spicy and earthy black fruits, fine ripeness and great vineyard expression, tannins are still a bit raw but the rich middle fruit will dominate. Drink 2017-2035.

Wine Advocate
Wine Advocate
    91-93 / 100

byRobert Parkerthe4/30/2012

While the elegant, stylish 2011 Haut-Bailly does not possess the density and concentration of the three vintages that preceded it, this is still outstanding wine as well as a tribute to the impeccable work done by proprietor Robert Wilmers and his manager, Veronique Sanders. Classic red and black currant aromas interspersed with notions of wet stones/crushed rocks, tobacco leaf and spice box are followed by a medium-bodied, well-balanced, impressively pure wine built on finesse and understatement. This beauty is capable of drinking well young or over the next 15+ years.

TAST
TAST
    18 / 20

by Bettane & Desseauvethe4/30/2012

Style et équilibre exemplaires, tanin racé, il rappelle le magnifique 2008.

Wein Wisser
Wein Wisser
    18 / 20

byRené Gabrielthe4/30/2012

Tiefes Purpur, satt in der Mitte, Granatschimmer am Rand. Das Bouquet zeigt sich tiefgründig und von den Aromen her klassich, das heisst, der HB weist im ersten Nasenansatz eine klare Cabernet-Domainanz auf, also schwarze Beeren basierend auf Cassis und Brombeeren, dazu Tabak und florale Noten, mittlere Süsse und Druck. Feiner Gaumen, wunderschön etablierte Tannine, die eine feine Süsse in sich bergen, guter Rückhalt mit dezent mehligen Gerbstoffen auf dem Extrakt. 2022-2047

The Wine Cellar Insider
The Wine Cellar Insider
    92-94 / 100

byJeff Levethe4/27/2012

From a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc, the wine reached 13% alcohol and will be aged in 55% new oak. Yields were about the same as that of 2010 at 38 hectoliters per hectare. Smoke, truffle, scorched earth, cassis, coffee and blackberry scents prepare you for the fresh crème de cassis and polished blackberry finish. 92-94 Pts.

Wine Advocate
Wine Advocate
    91-93 / 100

byNeal Martinthe4/27/2012

The Chateau Haut-Bailly is a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc, which is close to 2000. Picking was from 9th September until the end of the month, around three weeks with 11-12 days of work. They thought they would end up picking in August as the season was so advanced! The bouquet is crisp and displays fine purity with blackberry, a touch of cassis, crushed stone and a touch of oyster shell. It has impressive delineation and focus. The palate is very well balanced and silky smooth in the mouth. It is tensile and animated, very composed and refined on the finish, perhaps more so than in the 2009 and 2010. It has lower alcohol than 2010 (13.0 degrees compared to 14.2). This is the style of Haut Bailly that I appreciate. Tasted April 2012

Asian Palate
Asian Palate
    91-92 / 100

byJeannie Cho Lee MWthe4/20/2012

A charming wine with nice density and depth, supple firm tannins and a fairly long finish. This is a classic Haut Bailly that is meant to age and evolve ?right now the generous tannins overshadow the flavours lingering in the background. However the length and depth of flavours show it will evolve and age beautifully for a decade or more.

Jancis Robinson
Jancis Robinson
    17 / 20

byJulia Harding MWthe4/20/2012

Drink 2018-2030
Dark cherry crimson. Toasty but the oak doesn't cover the bright cassis and minerally freshness. Dense, pretty dry but very fine tannins and ones that suggest they will not overwhelm the fruit as it ages. Refined and more to come. (JH)

Wine Enthusiast
Wine Enthusiast
    92-94 / 100

byRoger Vossthe4/5/2012

Packed with dense tannins and firm fruit, this is a big, powerful wine. It is initially austere, but with time it becomes more rounded, with layers of wood tannins and rich fruit. —R.V

Jamessuckling.com
Jamessuckling.com
    92-93 / 100

byJames Sucklingthe4/1/2012

Intense aromas of stones in the sun and dark fruits with hints of orange peel. Full to medium body, with ultra-fine and long tannins. A lovely line to this. Winery says its a baby 2000. 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc.

Jean-Marc QUARIN
Jean-Marc QUARIN
    16,5 / 20

byJean-Marc Quarinthe4/1/2012

Couleur sombre, intense et belle. Nez fin, noble, fruité et suave. Entrée en bouche dense, puis le vin se développe aromatique et puissant en manifestant une certaine austérité. Toutefois celle-ci ne vient pas gêner l'éclat du fruit. Finale longue et savoureuse. L'élevage sera déterminant.

timatkin.com
timatkin.com
    93 / 100

byTim Atkin MWthe4/1/2012

The age of the vines was the key to coping with the drought in 2011, according to the technical director, Gabriel Vialard. Whatever the reason, he has made a very good wine, with rich, concentrated tannins and plenty of sweet coffee bean oak underpinned by serious, flavoursome black fruits, a touch of mint and refreshing acidity. 10+ years.

Jancis Robinson
Jancis Robinson
    17 / 20

byJancis Robinsonthe4/1/2012

Dark cherry crimson. Toasty but the oak doesn't cover the bright cassis and minerally freshness. Dense, pretty dry but very fine tannins and ones that suggest they will not overwhelm the fruit as it ages. Refined and more to come. Drink 2018-2030

New Bordeaux
New Bordeaux
    92-93 / 100

byJane Ansonthe4/1/2012

Contemporary, cedarwood nose, like the foyer of a Sukothai hotel, or a Mandarin spa. Definite ambition, high extraction, could turn dry but just pulls itself back. Good weight of fruit, and some clear definition. Slightly tooth hurting acidity. Good ageing potential. Touch sour on the finish. 92-93+ points

Information: Details:
Couleur Rouge
Appellation Pessac-Léognan
Millesime 2011
Contenance Bouteille (75 cl)
Degré d'alcool 13,0°
Domaine Château Haut Bailly

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