Magnum pour 2015. Big fruity plum, red cherry and light earth, opened up nicely. Good drying finish and calcium mineral. — 2 months ago
I'll admit, I'm always happy to have a Nicolas Thienpont wine in my glass. The Thienpont family are associated with other great Bordeaux properties including Puygueraud, Pavie Macquin and one of my personal favorites, Vieux Château Certan. The 2014 Les Charmes Godard is slightly austere, with pronounced herbaceousness. Smoky minerality swirls around boxwood, cherimoya and gooseberry notes. It's lean and racy on the palate, lightly hemmed in by oak. Here lime zest, white grapefruit, and white pepper take the center stage. — 6 years ago
Appearance - Pale Lemon
Nose - Pronounced Lemon and Pineapple Notes.
Palate - Light to Medium Intensity. Dry. High Acidity. Low Tannin. Low Alcohol. Medium Body. Light to Medium Intensity of Lemon, Pineapple and Oak. Long Finish.
Conclusion - Very Good Quality Wine — 2 years ago