Esta es la primera añada de este vino mítico certificado como 100% orgánico y biodinámico. El château que elabora este tinto está clasificado como Cinquième Cru. El viñedo es colindante, además, con las parcelas de la prestigiosa bodega Château Mouton Rothschild. Presenta aromas de frutos negros y ahumados combinados con un suave paso por boca. Robert M. Parker Jr. le otorgó 100 puntos (al igual que a su añada anterior) y en su cata destacó que se trata de "un vino absolutamente increíble".

Ficha técnica

Tinto Reserva
15.0% vol.
65% Cabernet sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 5% Cabernet franc, Petit verdot
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Color muy oscuro, púrpura casi negro.
Nariz madura y generosa, con notas de grosella negra, violetas, rosas y regaliz.
Muy buena frescura, taninos nobles y presencia frutal. Elegante, fino, con un recuerdo duradero.
Temperatura de servicio
Se recomienda servir entre 16 y 18ºC.

Viñedo y elaboración

Encube de 15 a 21 días a temperatura controlada
Crianza de entre 15 y 20 meses en barricas de roble, de las cuales el 60% son nuevas.
Clarificado con albúmina

Opinión de los críticos

The Wine Advocate:

An absolutely amazing wine, from grapes harvested between the end of September and October 17, this blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot has close to 15% natural alcohol. It comes from one of the few biodynamic vineyards in Bordeaux, but you are likely to see many more, given the success that Tesseron seems to be having at all levels, both in his vineyards and in his fermentation/winemaking. An astounding, compelling wine with the classic Pauillac nose more often associated with its cross-street neighbor, Mouton-Rothschild, creme de cassis, there are also some violets and other assorted floral notes. The wine has off-the-charts massiveness and intensity but never comes across as heavy, overbearing or astringent. The freshness, laser-like precision, and full-bodied, massive richness and extract are simply remarkable to behold and experience. It is very easy, to become jaded tasting such great wines from a great vintage, but it is really a privilege to taste something as amazing as this. Unfortunately, it needs a good decade of cellaring, and that’s assuming it doesn’t close down over the next few years. This is a 50- to 75-year wine from one of the half-dozen or so most compulsive and obsessive proprietors in all of Bordeaux. Is there anything that proprietor Alfred Tesseron is not doing right? Talk about an estate that is on top of its game! Pontet-Canet’s 2010 is a more structured, tannic and restrained version of their most recent perfect wine, the 2009. Kudos to Pontet-Canet!.

Jeb Dunnuck:

The 2010 Pontet-Canet lags behind the 2009, but these two vintages can be hard to compare due the drastically different styles. Where the 2009 is broad, expansive, and showy, the 2010 starts our more reserved and classic in style, with beautiful notes of cassis, cedarwood, lead pencil shavings, tobacco, and damp earth all developing with air. Deep, beautifully concentrated, full-bodied, and powerful, it’s built for the long haul and needs 5-7 years of bottle age, but I suspect will see its 50th birthday in still fine drinking form.