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The L’Arrosée name sadly disappeared after this St Emilion estate was purchased by the owners of Haut Brion in 2013. (From the 2012 vintage onwards, the grapes are now used in a re-branded Chateau Quintus).
Robert Parker’s note for the 2003 L’Arrosée:
The significant investments that have been made by l’Arrosee’s new owner are reflected in the outstanding 2003, which represents a return to form for this formidable St.-Emilion. Behaving like the Sophie Marceau of Bordeaux, this vintage exhibits beautiful aromas of sweet cherries, plums, figs, subtle toasty oak, and abundant black currant characteristics. Velvety textured, voluptuous, pure, and sensual, this dark ruby-colored wine is meant to be consumed over the next 12-15 years. Its beauty, equilibrium, and purity are stunning.
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