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Château Canon La Gaffelière, 2023

Château Canon La Gaffelière, 2023

Château Canon La Gaffelière | Bordeaux, France | 75cl
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This wine is offered En Primeur, with an est. delivery in 2026.

From the prestigious Saint-Émilion appellation, Château Canon La Gaffelière crafts wines of finesse and complexity, showcasing the estate's unique terroir.

What the critics say:

96-97/100James Suckling

"Showing al-dente fruit with raspberries, orange peel and other hints of bitter citrus. Medium-bodied with creamy and medium, round tannins leading to a salty finish. Cabernet franc really showing through. A blend of 45% cabernet franc, 35% merlot, 20% cabernet sauvignon. May be better than 2022."

95-97/100Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Independent

"Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2023 Canon la Gaffeliere pops from the glass with exuberant notes of fresh black and red currants, kirsch, and wild blueberries followed by hints of pencil shavings, violets, and mossy tree bark. The elegantly styled, medium-bodied palate is tightly wound and refreshing, with firm fine-grained tannins and bright crunchy red and black berry flavors, finishing long and minerally. The blend is 45% Cabernet Franc, 35% Merlot, and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon."

94-97/100Antonio Galloni, Vinous

"The 2023 Canon La Gaffelière is a powerful, dense wine. In recent years Canon La Gaffelière has been on the more perfumed side, but the 2023 moves in a direction of textural intensity. On the other hand, its balance is compelling. Dark red-toned fruit, pomegranate, spice, blood orange, mint and dried herbs open, but only with great reluctance. Tannins are present but also buried by the fruit."

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