Chateau Pétrus

Chateau Pétrus

Eine Steinfigur des Apostel Petrus ist Namensgeber des kleinen Weingutes, markant sind die hellblauen Fensterrahmen, die in dieser Gegend nur das Château Petrus zeigt. Anfang 2000 wurde das Hauptgebäude komplett erneuert. Die Rebfläche des Gutes beträgt nur 11,5 ha, diese ist zu 95 % mit Merlot und zu 5 % mit Cabernet Franc bestockt. Die Verwendung der Trauben entscheidet sich nach der Ernte, in viele Jahrgänge fließt kein Cabernet Franc ein, so dass der Petrus ein rebsortenreiner Merlot und keine Cuvée ist. In den 1950er-Jahren war der Anteil des Cabernet Franc noch bei 30 %. Die Rebstöcke sind über 40 Jahre alt, der Ertrag schwankt zwischen 15 und 45 hl pro ha. Der Wein wird 19 Monate in ausschließlich neuen Barriques gelagert, er wird nicht filtriert, einen Zweitwein gibt es nicht. In Jahren, in denen die Kritiker den Weinen Höchstnoten geben, können die Flaschenpreise bei über 2000 Euro liegen, selbst in schlechteren Jahren kostet eine Flasche selten unter 300 Euro. Nur die Weine des Burgunder-Weingutes Domaine Romanée-Conti sind gelegentlich noch teurer. In der Region gibt es weniger bekannte Nachbargüter wie La Conseillante und Lafleur, deren Weine häufig zu einem Drittel des Preises von Pétrus angeboten werden. Das Weingut befindet sich im Besitz von Jean-Pierre Moueix, dem neben Pétrus noch weitere Weingüter gehören. Die Jahresproduktion liegt bei nur 25.000 bis 30.000 Flaschen, weshalb der Wein auch wegen der geringen Produktionsmenge am Markt selten ist. Häufig wird vom Handel der Erwerb einer Flasche Pétrus an andere Einkäufe geknüpft, so bot Mövenpick 2002 in Deutschland in der Subskription Weine von Pétrus an, erst bei einem Erwerb anderer Weine im Wert von mindestens 4.000 Euro wurde eine Einzelflasche Pétrus an den Kunden verkauft. Die Rebflächen liegen im so genannten Knopfloch von Pétrus. Das Plateau von Pomerol besteht in erster Linie aus Kies, mit einem Unterboden aus Ton. Wo heute Pétrus liegt, war die durch Erosion abgetragene höchste Erhebung. Dadurch ist die Kies-Sand-Schicht hier nur knapp einen Meter dick. Dieses geologische Knopfloch umfasst 20 ha, wovon 11 ha auf Petrus verfallen. Darin ist die Sonderstellung von Pétrus unter den Pomerol-Weinen begründet. Die eisenhaltige Tonschicht verleiht dem Pétrus seine üppige runde Fülle, die immer über die Tannine dominiert und im Alter für die trüffelartigen Aromen verantwortlich ist.

 


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Bewertung Jahrgang 1982 Robert Parker 93 von 100 Punkten WS 96 von 100 Punkten

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Given what I thought this wine would achieve, the 1982 Petrus has not turned out to be nearly as profound as expected. It reveals a certain herbaceousness, and there is significantly less concentration than I initially believed (too much filtration?) along with a cedary spiciness. Tasters who have had no previous experience with this wine will find it to be an outstanding effort that has reached full maturity much faster than some of its peers. It is capable of lasting a long time, but there is an underlying vegetal character, and the 1982 is far less concentrated than the vintages of Petrus that have been produced since 1989. I believe this wine is fully mature, and is capable of lasting another 10-15 years, but it is unlikely to improve

Score: 93 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (183), June 2009

 

Score: 90/98 Robert Parker, Bordeaux Book (4), December 2003

From barrel, this remains one of the greatest wines I have ever tasted. Whether fining and filtration pulled more out of it than was intended, only the proprietor knows. However, the 1982 Petrus turned in a strong performance in Philadelphia in contrast to other tastings when it has been less than spectacular. The color reveals some amber at the edge. A sweet nose of caramel, roasted herbs, cherry jam, cedar, and smoke is followed by a thick, full-bodied, unctuously-textured, low acid Petrus that is approaching full maturity.

This was a dazzling showing for this 1982, which has performed irregularly since birth. Although abundant tannin remains, the wine is sweet, smoky, and ideal for drinking now and over the next 20-25 years. A bottle drunk in France in March, 2000, was equally sublime.

Score: 98 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (129), June 2000

 

Score: 97 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (103), February 1996

Tasted at the Pomerol Comparative Exploration tasting in London, the 1982 Petrus was compared directly with 1982 Le Pin and Lafleur, a week after tasting the same wine from magnum. There's context for you. My conclusion is that magnums show much better than bottles and secondly, it lags one or two steps behind those aforementioned Pomerols. That should not detract from a great wine. It possesses a lovely bouquet with black fruit, cedar, smoke and fresh black truffles, modest in comparison to Le Pin, almost straight-laced without the disarming precision of the Lafleur. The palate has a wonderful sense of balance, the acidity just about perfect, complex but not profound. The tannin frame a mixture of red and black fruit infused with sage and white pepper, hints of leather towards the long and tender finish. If you can disassociate this Petrus with its value then it is just a delicious Pomerol. The question is: can you actually do that? 2018 - 2045

Score: 93 Neal Martin, vinous.com, February 2018

 

 

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1983 Robert Parker 87 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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What you'd expect from such a legendary estate. Wonderful palate impression with silky, rich fruit. Plenty of blackberry and chocolate character, has a full body and medium finish. Needs time. Try after 1997.--The Bordeaux 50. James Suckling, Wine Spectator 1994
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Bewertung Jahrgang 1984 Robert Parker 88 von 100 Punkten WS 86 von 100 Punkten

 

 

 

 

2.558,50 / Flasche(n) *
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Bewertung Jahrgang 1985 Robert Parker 88 von 100 Punkten WS 89 von 100 Punkten

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2.677,50 / Flasche(n) *
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Bewertung Jahrgang 1986 Robert Parker 87 von 100 Punkten WS 92 von 100 Punkten

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  • Parker 87
  • Winespectator 92
  • Other 18
 
 
The more I tasted this wine, the more I felt it leaves a lot to be desired. The wine has developed an herbaceous tea, smoky, and cherry-scented nose with new oak lurking in the background. The wine, which has lost its baby fat, sags a bit in the middle, and reveals a Medoc-like austerity and tannic structure atypical for a Pomerol. It is closer to medium than full body, and appears to be going through an awkward stage. Will it come around, or continue to lose fruit?
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Bewertung Jahrgang 1987 Robert Parker 87 von 100 Punkten WS 88 von 100 Punkten

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  • Parker 87
  • Winespectator 87
  • Other 17
 

The 1987, one of the most backward and full-bodied wines of the vintage, with a tremendous amount of tannic clout, yet excellent underlying power and body, remains closed. It is medium to full-bodied, with a reticent bouquet of vanillin, herbs, and sweet black fruit, and a long, firm finish. If you are a millionaire who wants to buy wine for a child born in 1987, this wine will still be in reasonable condition by the time he or she turns twenty-one

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1988 Robert Parker 91 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1989 Robert Parker 100 von 100 Punkten WS 100 von 100 Punkten

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Château Petrus' vineyards cover 5.5 acres and produce 35,000 bottles per year. Thanks to the astute management of Christian Moueix and his team, Petrus is reputed to be the best Pomerol in the world. Indeed, the processes used by Château Petrus have resulted in the creation of a wine characterized by an intense, dark color, and by extremely delicate tannins.

 

ROBERT PARKER RATING: 100

ROBERT PARKER REVIEW: Multi-millionaire collectors will have fun comparing the 1989 and 1990 Petrus. The 1989 has a slightly more saturated color, and seems more tightly knit both aromatically and on the palate. However, this is splitting hairs, as this is another stunningly opulent, rich, full-bodied, amazingly concentrated, exotic, flamboyant Petrus that remains remarkably youthful, and in need of 7-8 more years of bottle age. Additionally, the tannins are slightly more elevated, at least from a tactile impression. However, the 1989 looks to be another 30-year wine, with extraordinary equilibrium between all of its component parts. An amazing effort! Last tasted 11/97

WINE SPECTATOR RATING: 100

WINE SPECTATOR REVIEW: I have always loved this wine. It's a giant, yet also sophisticated and reserved. Still dark-ruby colored, with beautiful aromas of fruits and spices. Full-bodied, with opulent fruit and a depth of flavor that lasts for minutes on the palate. Loads of tobacco and fruit. - Pétrus non-blind vertical. Best after 2010.

4.641,00 *
1 l = 6.188,00 €

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1990 Robert Parker 100 von 100 Punkten WS 100 von 100 Punkten

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Source: 183, The Wine Advocate; Issue Date: 30th Jun 2009 (RP-100)
The 1990 Petrus remains incredibly young, one of the least evolved wines of the vintage (along with Montrose and Beausejour-Duffau). This dense ruby/purple-colored effort is beginning to hint at the massive richness and full-bodied intensity lurking beneath its wall of tannin. The vintage's sweetness, low acidity, and velvety tannins are present in abundance, and the wine is massive in the mouth as well as incredibly pure and well-delineated. I thought it would be drinkable by now, but it appears another 5-10 years will pass before it begins to reach its plateau of maturity. This wine is capable of lasting at least four more decades. An incredible achievement!

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1992 Robert Parker 90 von 100 Punkten WS 88 von 100 Punkten

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Petrus is clearly one of the two candidates for the "wine of the vintage." The normal production of 4,500 cases was severely reduced to only 2,600 cases, resulting in an atypically concentrated, powerful, rich wine with a dark, saturated ruby/purple color, a tight but promising nose of sweet black-cherry fruit, vanillin, caramel, and herb-tinged mocha notes. Concentrated and powerful, with superb density of fruit and richness, as well as wonderful sweetness to its tannin, this is a brilliant effort for the vintage. The wine requires 3-5 years of cellaring and should keep for 15-20+. Drink 1996-2013 Interestingly, the Petrus vineyard, along with that of its sibling, Trotanoy, was covered with black plastic in early September, 1992 to trap most of the rain rather than allowing it to saturate the vineyard's soil and dilute the grapes. It was a strategy that obviously paid off.

Score: 90

 

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1993 Robert Parker 92 von 100 Punkten WS 90 von 100 Punkten

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After several uninspiring efforts between 1978 and 1988, it is irrefutable that Christian Moueix and his flagship estate, Petrus, have rebounded with a vengeance, producing a bevy of extraordinary wines, even in rain-plagued vintages such as 1992 and 1993. A candidate for the most concentrated wine of the vintage, this 1993 exhibits a saturated purple/plum color, and a sweet nose of black fruits, Asian spices, and vanilla. Huge and formidably rich, this powerful, dense, super-pure wine is a tour de force in winemaking. For a vintage not known for wines of this immense richness and length, this brawny, splendidly endowed Petrus possesses low acidity and high tannin, suggesting that 8-10 years of cellaring are required. This should be a 30-year wine, as well as the vintage’s longest-lived effort. Very impressive

Score: 92

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1994 Robert Parker 93 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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After several uninspiring efforts between 1978 and 1988, it is irrefutable that Christian Moueix and his flagship estate, Petrus, have rebounded with a vengeance, producing a bevy of extraordinary wines, even in rain-plagued vintages such as 1992 and 1993. Opaque purple/black in color, with a sweet vanilla, pain grillee, jammy cherry and cassis-scented nose, this full-bodied, densely packed wine reveals layers of flavor, and an inner-core of sweetness with huge quantities of glycerin and depth. A tannic, classic style of Petrus, with immense body, great purity, and a backward finish, this wine requires a decade of cellaring. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2035.

Score: 93

 

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1995 Robert Parker 96 von 100 Punkten WS 97 von 100 Punkten

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It is interesting how this wine continues to evolve. Unquestionably one of the vintage's superstars, the 1995 Petrus is taking on a personality similar to the extraordinarily backward, muscular 1975. This is not a Petrus that can be approached in its youth (i.e., the perfect duo of 1989 and 1990). The wine exhibits an opaque ruby/purple color, followed by a knock-out nose of pain grille, jammy black fruits, and roasted coffee. On the palate, it possesses teeth-staining extract levels, massive body, and rich, sweet black fruits buttressed by powerful, noticeable tannin. A formidably endowed wine with layers of extract, this is a huge, tannic, monstrous-sized Petrus that will require a minimum of 10 years of cellaring. Forget all the nonsense about Merlot producing sweet, soft, ready to drink wines, because low yielding, old Merlot vines made in the way of Petrus and other top Pomerols frequently possess as much aging potential as any great Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine in the world. Look for the 1995 Petrus to last for 50+ years. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2050. Petrus, the undisputed King of Pomerol, was an inconsistent performer between 1976 and 1988, but since 1989 there have been few Bordeaux wines that match this property for its extraordinary combination of power, richness, complexity, and elegance. The 1995 and 1996 are both noteworthy efforts.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #115 Feb 1998,

96

Poured at lunch with Jean-Francois Moueix and Jean-Claude Berrouet, this is a beautiful Petrus that has reached its drinking plateau. The nose is generous, very expressive, blossoming with black fruits, cooked meats, a touch of hung game and leather, some roasted chestnut developing with time. The palate is medium-bodied with firm, you could say almost rustic tannins, which merely adds to the charm. It has certainly softened over the last five years, dried herbs towards the complex, sensuous finish. I am not sure this will turn out to be a long-lived Petrus, but it is adorable all the same. Drink now-2022. Tasted December 2009.

Neal Martin
Wine Journal May 2010,

95

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1996 Robert Parker 92 von 100 Punkten WS 94 von 100 Punkten

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91-94 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

Healthy red-ruby. Red fruit, espresso, iron, tobacco, brown spices and exotic oak scents on the nose. Round and silky in the mouth, but supported by solid structure. Already shows lovely perfume in the mouth. Compared to the softer '97, this has more penetration and grip. Finishes spicy, firm and quite long. (6/1998)

94 points Wine Spectator

Wild aromas of crushed fruit, forest flower and wild mushrooms. Full-bodied, with incredibly velvety tannins that go on and on. Lovely and exciting fruit. Gorgeous, seductive wine. Hard to resist now. Better than I remember. (JS, Web-2007)

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Proprietor Christian Moueix's 1996s have turned out well in the bottle. The 1996 Petrus is a big, monolithic, foursquare wine with an impressively opaque purple color, and sweet berry fruit intermixed with earth, pain grille, and coffee scents. Full-bodied and muscular, with high levels of tannin, and a backward style, this wine (less than 50% of the production was bottled as Petrus) will require patience. It is a mammoth example. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2035. (RP) (4/1999

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1997 Robert Parker 91 von 100 Punkten WS 92 von 100 Punkten

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The backward 1997 (2,300 cases produced) needs 3-4 years of cellaring. The dense plum/ruby/purple color is accompanied by a closed bouquet of mocha, dried tomato skin, and black fruits. In the mouth, it is one of the most muscular 1997s, exhibiting outstanding concentration, length, intensity, and depth, copious tannin, and a fine mouth-feel. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2025.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #128 April 2000

91

2.856,00 *
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Bewertung Jahrgang 1998 Robert Parker 98 von 100 Punkten WS 99 von 100 Punkten

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The 1998 Petrus is unquestionably a fabulous effort boasting a dense plum/purple color as well as an extraordinary nose of black fruits intermixed with caramel, mocha, and vanilla. Exceptionally pure, super-concentrated, and extremely full-bodied, with admirable underlying acidity as well as sweet tannin, it reveals a superb mid-palate in addition to the luxurious richness for which this great property is known. The finish lasts for 40-45 seconds. Patience will definitely be required. Production was 2,400 cases, about 1,600 cases less than normal. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2040

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #134 April 2001

98

  • Stunning. So deep and characterful yet refined and subtle. It shows aromas of wet earth, mushrooms and dark fruits. Dry black olives come out as well. Full body, firm tannins and bright acidity. Very fresh and just opening up now. Walnut and chocolate character. So youthful. Decant two or three hours before serving.

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, August 27th 2013

    100

  • Tasted at The White Club's dinner in Basel. Another show-stopping performance from Petrus and easily the finest since the epochal 1990. Served blind no less, it has a deep, youthful, iridescent hue. The nose soars from the glass with precocious dark berries fruit, cedar and crushed stone that almost has a Left Bank intensity to it. The palate is medium-bodied but with incredible precision; layer upon layer of pure fruit

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal Nov 2012

    99

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Bewertung Jahrgang 1999 Robert Parker 94 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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This wine is turning out much in the style of such wonderful Petrus vintages as 1967 and 1971. Although not as outstanding as either the 1998 or 2000, it displays beautiful intensity and finesse in a more evolved style than one normally expects from this estate. The wine has a dense, nearly opaque ruby/purple color, sweet black cherry, mulberry, truffle-infused fruit, full body, low acidity, admirable purity, and sweet tannin. It should be ready to drink in 5-6 years, and will last for two decades. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2030. Only 2,400 cases were produced.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #140 April 2002

94

  • Tasted at the 1999 horizontal at Bordeaux Index. This has a lucid garnet core. The bouquet is tightly coiled, scents of raspberry, wild strawberry, a touch of lavender, cooked meats, soy and wild mint. The palate is medium-bodied, rounded and quite sensuous on the entry, a slight ferrous, very elegant towards the finish that has very fine persistency. Not a great Petrus vis-a-vis other vintages, but a decent Pomerol, a Petrus that plays it safe. Drink now-2020. Tasted June 2009.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal Jul 2009

    91

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2000 Robert Parker 100 von 100 Punkten WS 100 von 100 Punkten

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  • BOW 10
  • Parker 100
  • Winespectator 98
  • Other 20
 

.We were all completely astonished by this wine. So far the Petrus 1990 was our number 1 of all Petrus of the last 50 years. But the 2000 was better, even now. Still very young, but in about 5-10 years it will be a “monster”. Lots of fruit, extreme complex, you will discover new elements every 30 seconds. So elegant, so silky. But with an enormous power. Finish goes on and on. Worth every Euro.

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2001 Robert Parker 95 von 100 Punkten WS 95 von 100 Punkten

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The 2001 Petrus (2,160 cases produced) exhibits more depth and richness than any other Pomerol I tasted. Its deep saturated ruby/plum/purple color is accompanied by a tight but promising bouquet of vanilla, cherry liqueur, melted licorice, black currants, and notions of truffles and earth. Rich, full-bodied, and surprisingly thick as well as intense, there is plenty of structure underlying the wealth of fruit and extract. Give it 3-6 years of cellaring, and drink it over the following two decades as it promises to be one of the longest-lived wines of the vintage, not to mention one of the most concentrated. I told Christian Moueix (although I'm not sure he agreed with me) that his best wines of 2001 reminded me of the 1971s in style, but with slightly less tannin and more fat.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #153 June 2004

95

  • Tasted blind at Bordeaux Index's 10-Year On horizontal. There is stunning sense of definition and mineralite on the nose: blackberry, wild hedgerow, crushed stone and just a faint hint of marmalade. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins, superb backbone here, a wine built for the long-term. Dark broody, leather tinged fruit, a touch of orange zest and small red cherries which can to more prominence

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal May 2011

    98

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2002 Robert Parker 90 von 100 Punkten WS 90 von 100 Punkten

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A relatively strong effort for this vintage, but hardly one of the profound examples of Petrus, this wine exhibits a dark plum color and a somewhat monolithic, foursquare personality with notes of plums, black cherries, licorice, and some herbs and damp earth. Medium-bodied, muscular, and tannic, but lacking some charm and sweetness, it should age nicely for 12-15 more years and possibly be even better than my score. Readers who buy it should not even attempt opening a bottle for at least 4-5 years. *** Considering the fact that wine administrator Christian Moueix was contemplating not making a 2002 Petrus, I was surprised by how strongly this wine performed. However, production was cut in half, with only 1,800 cases produced. The resulting offering has the potential to be the top wine of the appellation. A deep plum/purple color is followed by sweet aromas of mulberries, black cherries, vanillin, and hints of truffles as well as licorice. It is impressively pure and medium to full-bodied, with moderately high tannin in the finish. This is not a blockbuster, brawny, super-concentrated Petrus, but it is one of the biggest 2002s made in Pomerol. Moreover, it will possess as much longevity as L?Evangile, Lafleur or Le Gay, three other noteworthy Pomerols. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2025

Score: 90

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2003 Robert Parker 95 von 100 Punkten WS 98+ von 100 Punkten

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Fleshy, fat, and already sexy, the dark plum/purple-tinged 2003 Petrus is exceptionally ripe and rich. While not as exotic as its rival, Lafleur, it is rich, heady, and loaded. A tour de force in winemaking for Pomerol, it vindicates Christian Moueix’s decision to harvest nearly all his Merlot on September 3 and 4, and the Cabernet Franc on September 17. However, production is tiny ... less than 1,700 cases. Full-bodied, powerful, and exceptionally pure without losing its nobility and elegance, this stunning Petrus can be drunk in 2-3 years or cellared for three decades.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #164 April 2006

95+

  • Tasted at Bordeaux Index’s “10-Year On” tasting in London. The bouquet on the Petrus 2003 seems slight disjointed at first – in fact, I spent a few minutes ascertaining with there might be a touch of TCA? Eventually it pulls itself together and offers attractive aromas of wild strawberry, cloves, cedar and bay leaf. The definition is impressive for the vintage and that is translated on the palate, which is fresh and lively, underpinned by fine, slightly edgy tannins. Petrus clearly is on a different track in this vintage with a sense of symmetry and poise that is atypical. This illustrates how those smectite clays of Petrus can nurture a singular wine. Tasted March 2013.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal May 2013

    95

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2004 Robert Parker 93 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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The dark plum/ruby-tinged 2004 Petrus possesses high acidity as well as copious amounts of sweet cherries and black currants intermixed with hints of cola, earth, and truffles. Deep, medium-bodied, concentrated, ripe flavors are excruciatingly firm and tannic. This backward, structured, muscular Pomerol requires a decade of cellaring, but it possesses the potential to be the longest lived wine of the vintage, lasting 30-40 years. Anticipated maturity: 2017-2035.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #171 June 2007

93

  • A modest nose of earthy black fruits and again, a touch of green pepper that lends the wine freshness. An understated palate, ripe blackberry leaf and a touch of brine. Vigorous, well-integrated and harmonious. Good grip. As usual, it is elegance more than power. Medium-bodied. A great wine, though Trotanoy has more expression and nuance. Tasted April 2005.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal (http://www.erobertparker.com/newsearch/NealMartin_TH.aspx?th=91332&id=2)

    (95-96)

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2005 Robert Parker 97 von 100 Punkten WS 100 von 100 Punkten

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100 points Wine Enthusiast

As so often, Pétrus has the ability to charm and impress, to seduce and overwhelm. This 2005, one of the greatest vintages from this great chateau, is massive and concentrated, with flavors of ripe black figs, chocolate and dark plums. Put that all together and the result is the utmost deliciousness, freshness and elegance. A major wine. (RV) (6/2008)

100 points Wine Spectator

A sleeping giant. Dark ruby in color, showing aromas of blackberry, cèpe and green olive, with a hint of mineral. Full-bodied, with ultrafine tannins and a supercaressing mouthfeel. Turns to coffee, dark chocolate and berry. Chewy yet balanced. Very, very long in the mouth. The finish is absolutely breathtaking. (JS) (3/2008)

97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

97+ points. Offering pure black cherry and blackcurrant fruit, the inky ruby/purple 2005 Petrus is still very young and unyielding, but super-concentrated, powerful, full-bodied and primordial. It is much more backward than the likes of Lafleur, Trotanoy or Hosanna. Nevertheless, it is super-rich, extracted, beautifully balanced and pure. Forget it for another 10-15 years, and drink it over the following half-century. This may well be among the longest-lived wines of 2005. (RP)  (6/2015)

96 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar Deep red. Knockout nose combines raspberry, mulberry, coffee, minerals and sexy coconutty oak. Strong yet silky on the attack, then strikingly deep in the middle, with superb inner-mouth perfume to the flavors of boysenberry, minerals and flowers. This boasts palate-staining fruit and grip of steel. A powerfully structured, profound wine with extraordinary energy, from fruit picked very early. This great but backward wine should evolve in bottle for three or four decades. 96+ points. (ST)  (5/2008)

Jancis Robinson

Tasted blind. Very savoury and appetising. Round and sweet. A real charmer with such great balance that I swallowed it! Really lovely. No rough edges. Long. 19/20 points. (JR) (3/2017)

 

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2006 Robert Parker 96 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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Tasted at Bordeaux Index's annual 10-Year On tasting in London. The 2006 Petrus now seems to be evolving more slowly than the 2006 Le Pin: the fruit darker with raspberry coulis, mulberry, hints of marmalade and crushed rose petals coming forth. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, gently gripping the mouth and demonstrating admirable weight and complexity. You might almost think there was some Cabernet Franc towards the finish thanks to the subtle peppery notes coming through. It is probably ready to drink now, but the substance here suggests that it will age for another decade and continue to offer pleasure long after. Tasted January 2016.

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2007 Robert Parker 93 von 100 Punkten WS 92 von 100 Punkten

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The delicious 2007 is the first Petrus in a number of years that can be drunk immediately. Relatively big for the vintage, it offers a dark plum/ruby/purple color as well as aromas of mulberries, black cherries, cedarwood, and soil undertones, loads of fruit, a plump, medium to full-bodied mouthfeel, silky tannins, and low acidity. It should drink nicely for 15 or more years.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #188 April 2010

91

  • This Petrus is solid for the vintage with bright and pretty fruit. It’s full-bodied, with chewy tannins and a berry, Indian spice, and cinnamon character. Long and intense. Better than most may believe. Still needs some time but who can wait?

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, November 5th 2012

    94

  • Tasted blind at the 2007 Bordeaux horizontal in Southwold. The Petrus 2007 has a well defined on the nose, something slightly reminding me of Chinese plum sauce. Very fine delineation and sense of mineralite. The palate is medium-bodied with firm tannins, a touch of spice and bell pepper, lovely weight in the mouth with cohesive, well-defined finish. It shows great length and refinement, but I would not say it was "best in show" this year. Tasted January 2011.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal Nov 2011

    92

 

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2008 Robert Parker 97 von 100 Punkten WS 93 von 100 Punkten

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It is hard to call Petrus a “sleeper of the vintage,” but the 2008 will merit more attention than most consumers would think. Low yields of 30 hectoliters per hectare resulted in only 25,000 bottles of this beauty. A wine of great intensity (possibly the most concentrated wine of the vintage), this 100% Merlot boasts a dark purple color as well as a sweet perfume of mocha, caramel, black cherries, black currants, earth and forest floor. Deep, unctuously textured, full-bodied and pure, it will benefit from 4-5 years of cellaring and should drink well for 25-30+ years.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #194 May 2011

97

  • There's so much floral and berry character on the nose and palate here. It's full-bodied and very dense with lots of fine and delicate tannins. Winemaker Ol iver Berrouet calls it a classic Bordeaux in style and I have to agree with him because of the fine tannins, fresh acidity, and beautiful reserve fruit. Lovely sweet berry and chocolate finish to the wine. Try in in five to six years.

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, December 20th 2010

    94

  • Tasted ex-chateau and single blind in Southwold. I was initially quite mean to this Petrus, probably because as my note from October 2010 suggests, it is now a more reticent wine and has far less of that “showboating” it displayed out of barrel. So whilst you initially wonder what all the fuss is about, leaving the wine in my glass for a few minutes eventually, almost reluctantly, reveals a very intense bouquet of wild strawberry, raspberry and crushed stone. It has great precision, real intensity and sense of purpose. The palate is medium-bodied with very smooth, rounded tannins and it feels velvety smooth in the mouth. There is still some oak to be subsumed, which meant I was parsimonious with my score handed in at the tasting. But even after a few minutes the wine is unfolding before my senses and you become aware that this will evolve into a top class Petrus. Tasted January 2012.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal May 2012

    97

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Bewertung Jahrgang 2009 Robert Parker 100 von 100 Punkten WS 100 von 100 Punkten

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An opulent Petrus very much in the stylistic family of the 1990, this 100% Merlot has a dense plum/purple color and a sweet nose of mulberries, black cherries, some subtle toast and licorice as well as a floral element. A wine of great intensity, a multidimensional mouthfeel and full-bodied, stunning concentration, the 2009 Petrus is everything one would expect of it. Given the sweetness of its tannin, much like the 1990, I suspect this wine will always be “open for business,” appealing even in its youth. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2050+. This is one of the larger productions of Petrus over recent years, with nearly 3,000 cases of this vintage turned out by proprietor Jean Moueix.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #199 Feb 2012

100

  • Amazing aromas of blackberries, dark chocolate and hazelnut. Full body, with super velvety tannins, yet reserved and all in check. Fresh acidity and an orangy, lemon and chanterelle mushroom aftertaste. Then turns to black olives. Minerals and blueberries. Incredible. Still think 2010 is slightly better. Try in 2020.

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, February 14th 2012

    99

  • Served blind at the Southwold 2009 tasting. The Petrus 2009 has a wonderful graphite tinged bouquet with blackberry, truffle and pencil lead. Utterly composed. The palate is medium-bodied with wonderful purity, filigree tannins, a mineral core and a finish where everything is precise and perfectly place. This is a wine of immense breeding, multi-dimensional and yet once its identity was revealed, you just know its going to get better and better with each passing year. Outstanding, but every bottle should come with a free cellar, padlock and key. Tasted January 2013.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal Jul 2013

    97+

 

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Robert Parker bewertet den Jahrgang 2010 mit 100 von 100 Punkten, Zusammensetzung: 100% Merlot

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The harvest at Petrus took place between September 27 and October 12, and the 2010 finished at 14.1% natural alcohol, which is slightly lower than the 2009's 14.5%. The 2010 reminds me somewhat of the pre-1975 vintages of Petrus, a monster-in-the-making, with loads of mulberry, coffee, licorice and black cherry notes with an overlay of enormous amounts of glycerin and depth. Stunningly rich, full-bodied and more tannic and classic than the 2009, this is an awesome Petrus, but probably needs to be forgotten for 8-10 years. It should last at least another 50 or more. Someone told me recently that Petrus had a second wine, so I asked Olivier Berrouet, their young, talented administrator, whether that was true, and he flatly denied it, so if any Asian wine buyers are running across second wines of Petrus in Hong Kong or on mainland China, be warned – they are not genuine. Proprietor Jean Moueix, who I believe is in his late twenties, has taken over for his father, Jean-Francois, who has largely retired, and the younger Moueix has really pushed quality even higher at this renowned estate. Anyone visiting Pomerol would have undoubtedly noticed the renovations at Petrus, as it was once one of the most modest and humble buildings in the appellation. Moreover, I suspect that multi-millionaire/billionaire collectors will have about 50 years to debate over which vintage of Petrus turns out better, the 2009 or 2010. In a perfect world, most people would love to have a few bottles of each, or at least the opportunity to taste them once in a while, as they have become more of a myth than something real, but these wines do, in fact, exist!

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #205 Feb 2013

100

  • This a Petrus with extraordinary balance and depth. It shows such elegance in the nose with complexity of black olives, dark fruits, and flowers. The palate is full and ultra-velvety yet there is a cashmere quality to the texture. It takes your breath away. There's almost a Burgundian quality in the mouthfeel meaning it takes you deep into the soil and captivates your attention. Greatest modern vintage of Petrus ever? Try after 2018.

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, November 14th 2013

    100

  • The Petrus 2010 is initially reticent on the nose – a serious Pomerol from the off. The first noticeable thing is that this is not a powerful bouquet like the 2009, much more linear and delineated with real minerality (which actually reminds me of L’Eglise-Clinet.) The palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins. There is real intensity here, a Petrus with a sense of purpose: blackberry, touches of graphite borrowed from Pauillac, a little spice. It offers a silky smooth texture but remains linear right to the finish with subtle notes of bilberry, blackberry and crushed stone. Masculine and a little aloof, especially compared with the 2009, but utterly compelling, this Petrus will need at least 8-10 years in bottle. Tasted November 2012.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal Mar 2013

    98+

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Robert Parker bewertet den Jahrgang 2011 mit 95 von 100 Punkten, Zusammensetzung: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc

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A dense ruby/purple-tinged color and restrained but intriguing aromas of kirsch, raspberry jam, wood spice, and mulberries are found in this full-bodied Petrus. An undeniable success in 2011, it is rich, layered and pure with light to moderate tannin, but seems slightly less muscular and tannic compared to its stablemate, Trotanoy. Forget it for a few years and drink it over the following 25 years. Made from 100% Merlot, it tips the scales at 13.5% alcohol. In short, it is typically open-knit and already showing very well. This is quite opulent.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #212 Apr 2014

95

  • This is tight and firm, with blueberry and blackberry character, and hints of sweet tobacco. Some wet earth, too. Black olives. Full body and very tight, with ultra-fine tannins and a fresh finish. Powerful and muscular. Try after 2023.

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, January 28th 2014

    95

  • The 2011 Petrus has a very refined, perhaps slightly introverted bouquet with extraordinary purity. It has quite amazing precision and lifted with black cherries, raspberry and a touch of vanilla. It is very intense, perhaps more like 2009 at this stage than 2010. The palate is medium-bodied with a powerful entry. There is a touch of spice on the entry and very intense fruit. The tannins are tensile, lending this Petrus edginess and minerality. This has -classic- Petrus written all over it. It is not quite up there with the 2009 or 2010, but it's not far off. Tasted April 2012.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal May 2012

    95-97

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Robert Parker bewertet den Jahrgang 2012 mit 97 von 100 Punkten, Zusammensetzung: 100% Merlot

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There is a boatload of tannin in this intense purple-colored effort as well as a beautiful bouquet of mulberry jam, kirsch, licorice, truffles and toast. Seductive, full-bodied and opulent with abundant red and black fruit, it is a full-bodied, long, impressive Pomerol that should keep for 30+ years. Merlot was one of the favored varietals in 2012, and Pomerol was undeniably the top appellation. One of only a handful of candidates for 'wine of the vintage,' the 2012 Petrus was fashioned from small yields due to a significant loss of the crop due to the poor flowering and resulting coulure as well as the lack of rain between mid-July and September 25. The harvest lasted for nearly two weeks (from September 24 to October 8). The natural alcohol in the 2012 ranks alongside that in the 2010 and 2009, 14.5%. The finished pH was 3.8.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #206

(95-98+)

  • The shows fabulous length with a chocolate, berry and mineral undertone. Licorice and currants too. Full body yet refined with seamless tannins. Goes on for minutes. It shows such amazing length and elegance. Depth. Phenomenal structure here, especially for the vintage. Reminds me of the 1998 or 1971, which were structured yet very fine.

    James Suckling
    jamessuckling.com, November 14th 2013

    98

  • Deep garnet in colour, the Petrus 2012 out of barrel has a more broody, but no less compelling bouquet compared to the 2011 last year that was more open. Here we find pure blackberry and raspberry fruit, a background of citrus fruit lending the aromatics freshness and a touch of cold stone. The palate is medium-bodied with a crisp, structured, quite compact entry that bides its time in the glass. For sure this is a very tightly wound Petrus at this primordial stage, however there is good weight in the mouth and it arcs towards a saline finish that exudes breathtaking delineation and clarity. The 2012 feels like a more masculine Petrus stylistically similar to the 2008, but it will have more to offer after ten years in bottle. Tasted April 2013.

    Neal Martin
    Wine Journal May 2013

    96-98

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