Château Petrus 2000

POMEROL

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CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2000 (2) 100 WA

CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2000
POMEROL.
U. 2BN.

A PRODIGIOUS PETRUS, THIS WINE HAS THAT EXTRA LEVEL OF INTENSITY AND COMPLEXITY THAT IS MONUMENTAL. THE MAGIC IS CLEARLY PETRUS, AND THE 2000 WILL ALWAYS BE AN INTERESTING VINTAGE TO COMPARE TO ANOTHER LEGEND IN THE MAKING, THE 1998, OR MORE RECENTLY, OF COURSE, THE 2005, 2008, AND 2009. EXTREMELY FULL-BODIED, WITH GREAT FRUIT PURITY, AN UNMISTAKABLE NOTE OF UNDERBRUSH, BLACK TRUFFLE, INTENSE BLACK CHERRIES, LICORICE, AND MULBERRY, THE WINE SEEMS TO SHOW NO EVIDENCE OF OAK WHATSOEVER. IT HAS A SUMPTUOUS, UNCTUOUS TEXTURE, PLENTY OF TANNIN, BUT ALSO VIBRANCY AND BRIGHTNESS. THIS IS A REMARKABLE WINE THAT SEEMS SLIGHTLY MORE STRUCTURED AND MASSIVE THAN THE 1998, WHICH COMES ACROSS AS SLIGHTLY MORE SEAMLESS, AS IF IT WERE HAUTE COUTURE. THIS WINE NEEDS AT LEAST ANOTHER 5-10 YEARS OF CELLARING AND SHOULD AGE FOR 50+ YEARS. 100 WA


2 BTS. PER LOT $12,500 - $14,500


May 16, 2017

Estimate $12,500-$14,500

Realised: $12,000

Price Realised: $9,120

CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2000 (2) 100 WA
POMEROL.

Château Pétrus is a Bordeaux, France, wine estate located in the Pomerol appellation near its eastern border to Saint-Émilion. A small estate of just 11.4 hectares (28 acres), it produces a red wine entirely from Merlot grapes (since the end of 2010), and produces no second wine. The estate belongs to Jean-François Moueix and his children.

Although the wines of Pomerol have never been classified, Pétrus is widely regarded as the outstanding wine of the appellation.

Pétrus leads a duo of Pomerol estates in extreme prices, along with Le Pin, that rank consistently among the world’s most expensive wines.


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CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2005
POMEROL.

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Estimate $9,500-$11,000

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POMEROL.

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