2000 Chateau Greysac

At 12.5% alcohol, a beautiful balance you seldom see anymore, and costing about $19, the 2000 Chateau Greysac Cru Bourgeois from Medoc scored a silver medal 17 Dionysian points out of 20.

Decanting showed less sediment than expected for this 20 year old Bordeaux. It is nearing peak with black fruits, spices, and Lexis leather in the nose.

I try to age all my Bordeaux for at least 10 years when they soften to perfection. Great vintages wil hold at peak for another 20 years after that.

Greysac is always a Good Buy with respect to all the other excessively expensive Bordeaux. I’ve cellared and enjoyed them for three, nearly four decades. Seek them out. In Vino Veritas.

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  1. Robert Frank

    Hi John, hope you get lots of clicks.
    BTW, it’s Greysac.

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