Château Bel Air Ouy – 2015

27.75

Official Tasting Notes:
Sweet, tart, juicy plums, this wine has a freshness and an early appeal.
87 Jeff Leve

John’s View:
At the time we first came to live in Bordeaux, I preferred the wines of Pauillac and Medoc to those around St Emilion. Bel Air Ouy was one of the first ‘Right Banker’ to make me start to think otherwise. This is not because it is the finest wine you will ever taste but because it provides a dark intensity yet with a fruity layer that makes it much easier to drink than you get from, say, a Pauillac. An everyday wine that will work well when friends drop in for an unplanned supper or for that “Friday night feeling” wine.

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