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  • Château Pavie: Rated 98+ from the bottle, and 98-100 in this tasting.

    Tasting Bordeaux 2005 blind with Robert Parker | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • And in a blind tasting, a delicate and/or close wine such as Haut Brion can fare poorly when sandwiched between two opulent wines such as Pavie and Pape Clement.

    Tasting Bordeaux 2005 blind with Robert Parker | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Sure, it was closed that evening, and it was wedged in the unfortunate position of being between Pavie and Pape Clement.

    What's in a score? Audio from a tasting with Robert Parker | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • In many ways, there are two styles of Bordeaux now—the riper, fuller, more fruity wines seen in châteaux such as Pavie; Cos D'Estournel, which has reined back from the massively concentrated and opulent 2009 vintage; and, to a certain degree, Ducru-Beaucaillou, which has a silky and smooth character.

    A Vintage That Will Age for a Century

  • The Treaty of Madrid, which François signed in 1526 to secure his release after the disastrous Battle of Pavie, contained many concessions to Charles V--the most notable being the transfer of Burgundy to the emperor and the renunciation of French claims to Flanders, Naples, and Milan.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • It is not surprising that just about all the famous estates in this neighborhood on the Côte Pavie, including Pavie and Troplong Mondot, did unbelievably well in 2005.

    Investing in Liquid Assets

  • Parker simply organized the language in a way that was formulaic, accurate, and consistent for consumers who wanted to know the difference between a Pétrus and a Pavie without having to spend a fortune figuring it out themselves.

    Investing in Liquid Assets

  • Located near Pavie, it possesses undeniable potential as demonstrated by the profound 2005.

    Investing in Liquid Assets

  • Château Pavie is a potential First-Tier Bordeaux, with several of its best vintages approaching $500 per bottle.

    Investing in Liquid Assets

  • In doing so, he has reshaped the landscape of investment-grade wines, bringing into the fold names formerly excluded from the club, such as Châteaux Pavie, La Mondotte, and Larcis Ducasse.

    Investing in Liquid Assets

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    May 21, 2009