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2016 Ch. du Tertre - Margaux GCC

€ 40,25 (€ 48,70)

Formaat:75 cl
Aantal flessen :12
Type :Houten kist
Verkrijgbaar per fles:ja
Categorie:Rode wijn
Bewaarpotentieel:Op dronk maar met bewaarpotentieel
Producent:du Tertre
Wijnstreek:Bordeaux - Médoc & Haut Médoc, Saint Estèphe, Pauillac, Saint Julien & Margaux
Score:AG 92
Foodpairing:Andere lekkernijen, Lamsvlees, Milder wild, Rundsvlees, Stoofschotels met vlees
Netto E.P./fl. excl. BTW € 40,25
Netto E.P./fl. incl. BTW € 48,70

Krieken in de neus. Reken op een betrouwbare, degelijke attaque et buitengewoon mooie tannines; du Tertre zet geen stap verkeerd. Superzacht en rond, zonder die mooie rusticiteit die soms nochtans zo past in een du Tertre. Zeer indringend en werkelijk een zeer mooie fles « in the making ». Er is potentieel en het is een waardige opvolger voor de fenomenale 2015.


91 Neal Martin – (Januari 2019)
The 2016 du Tertre has a nose of fragrant fruit, more red than black, featuring raspberry and wild strawberry mixed with graphite and light cedar aromas. The harmonious, focused palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin and good mineralité. This might not have as much substance as its Margaux peers, but it feels very sustained in the mouth. Drink 2021-2045.

90-92 Neal Martin – The Wine Advocate Issue #230 - (April 2017)
The 2016 Du Tertre is a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc and 5% Petit Verdot picked from 27 September until 19 October. Estate manager Alexandre van Beek told me that this represents one of the highest levels of Cabernet Sauvignon in recent years. Matured in 35% new oak, it has a harmonious bouquet with pure blackberry, raspberry and mineral scents that are neat and well defined. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp tannin, quite saline on the entry, understated at first, but gaining weight in the mouth and delivering a precise and minerally, classic Margaux finish. All it's missing is the persistence on the finish. It just seems to rush out the exit door before you've really gotten to know it. Hopefully it will develop that side during barrel maturation. Drink: 2021-2045.

92 Antonio Galloni – (Januari 2019)
The 2016 du Tertre has really come together nicely. There is a sense of translucence in the 2016 that conveys finesse and refinement. Sage, mint, dried flowers and sweet herbs add layers of aromatic nuance as the sweet red cherry and plum fruit is pushed forward. I would prefer to drink this pleasant, easygoing Margaux over the next 10-15 years. Drink 2021-2036.

89-92 Antonio Galloni – (April 2017)
The 2016 du Tertre is soft, pliant and quite expressive. Sweet red cherry, white pepper, herbs, iron and smoke give the wine its distinctive savory personality. The 2016 is medium in body, yet offers lovely depth and midpalate pliancy. Floral notes and bright acids add freshness on a finish supported by firm tannins and creamy, expansive fruit. The 2016 is a terrific du Tertre. Tasted two times.

90 Lisa Perrotti-Brown - (December 2018)
Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2016 du Tertre features cassis, red plums and spice box on the nose with herbs and earth nuances. The palate is medium-bodied, lean and soft with an earthy finish. Drink 2019-2032.

94-95 James Suckling – (Maart 2017)
A dense and tight red with currants, blueberries and hints of walnuts. Changes from pure fruit and then back to wet earth. The purity in the cabernet, the linear tannins and the drive with acidity behind it makes it one of the best Tertres ever. Better than 2015?

92 Jane Anson – (April 2017)
A beautifully smooth, silky du Tertre in 2016, with an emphasis on subtle spicing, full of subtle but unmistakably exotic black chocolate, white pepper and cloves. Elegant and slightly restrained with generously silky tannins, a lovely wine. Drink: 2025-2045.

16,5+/20 Jancis Robinson – (April 2017)
Dark with the usual sweet oak nose. Just a little dead on the palate. Round and very well worked tannins but just a little short of freshness.

90-93 James Molesworth - Wine Spectator – (April 2017)
Bright and engaging, with lots of bay, savory and tobacco notes out front, backed by lively plum, cherry and raspberry coulis flavors. The sleek, mineral-edged finish pulls the fruit and herb elements together. Distinctive.

91 Tim Atkin – (April 2017)
Always one of the most typical and recognisable of Margaux, this is delicate, floral and refreshing, achieving its effects without over-ripeness or extraction. Light and well balanced, with just a whisper of toasty oak and grassy elegance. 2021-28.

94 Bettane & Desseauve (April 2017)

16,5-17/20 Revue des Vins de France (April 2017)

16/20 Jacques Dupont – Le Point (April 2017)

16-17/20 Gault & Millau (April 2017)

du Tertre

Château du Tertre is Cinquième Cru Classé en 1855. De wijngaard omvat 52 hectares gelegen op het hoogste punt van de appellatie Margaux en is aangeplant met 43% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 19% Cabernet Franc en 5% Petit Verdot. De ambitieuze Nederlander Eric Albada Jelgersma was er eigenaar van sinds 1997 maar overleed in juni 2018. Zijn inspanningen, en deze van zijn rechterhand Alexander van Beek, schonken meer structuur aan deze bijzonder charmante en onweerstaanbare wijnen. De wijnen van Château du Tertre zijn vlot genietbaar na enkele jaren en blijven nadien mooi evolueren. Du Tertre en Giscours staan beide onder supervisie van hetzelfde team.

Van Beek

Alexander van Beek is verantwoordelijk voor Châteaux du Tertre en Giscours in Margaux in naam van de Nederlandse eigenaar. Hij is tevens de echtgenoot van Véronique Sanders die de dagelijkse leiding heeft over Haut Bailly.