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2009 Château La Tour Carnet

ITEM 8576676 - Removed from a professional wine storage facility

Bidder Quantity Amount Total
thgel 2 $40 $80
4 $40
Item Sold Amount Date
I8602691 1 $40 Dec 25, 2022
I8588829 1 $40 Dec 18, 2022
I8576676 2 $40 Dec 11, 2022
I8492183 1 $46 Oct 23, 2022
I8492183 1 $45 Oct 23, 2022
I8399682 1 $65 Aug 21, 2022
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92Robert M. Parker Jr.

...notes of charcoal, subtle toast and white chocolate as well as blueberry and blackberry liqueur intermixed with hints of graphite and licorice. Dense, full-bodied, unctuously textured, and quite long and thick, this concentrated, impressively endowed wine is silky-textured and already accessible...

91Wine Enthusiast

90-92 Barrel sample. Firmly dry wine, solid with many firm, wood-derived tannins. It gives bitter coffee and cranberry juice flavors...retain freshness.

90+ Vinous / IWC

...attractive blackberry, savory and peppermint scented bouquet that opens nicely with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with gritty tannin, quite masculine and sharp with a slightly bitter finish...

90James Suckling

A linear wine with very good fruit and plum characters. Full body with firm tannins and a mineral and fruit finish.

15Jancis Robinson


Château La Tour Carnet

Château La Tour Carnet in Saint Laurent Médoc has been a wine-producing estate since the 16th century. In 1999 French wine magnate Bernard Margrez purchased the estate with its 147 acres of vineyards. The flagship wines is 56% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Petit Verdot and 1% Cabernet Franc. The estate’s second wine is Les Pensées de la Tour Carnet, a blend of 45% Merlot and 56% Cabernet Sauvignon. Michel Rolland is the consulting enologist for both wines.


France, Bordeaux, Haut-Médoc

Bordeaux is the world’s most famous fine-wine producing region. Even non-wine drinkers recognize the names of Bordeaux’s celebrated wines, such as Margaux and Lafite-Rothschild. Located near the Atlantic coast in southwest France, the region takes its name from the seaport city of Bordeaux, a wine trading center with an outstanding site on the Garonne River and easy access to the Atlantic. Like most French wine regions, Bordeaux’s first vineyards were planted by the Romans more than 2,000 years ago, then tended by medieval monks. Aristocrats and nobility later owned the region’s best estates and today estates are owned by everyone from non-French business conglomerates to families who have been proprietors for generations. Bordeaux has nearly 280,000 acres of vineyards, 57 appellations and 10,000 wine-producing châteaux. Bordeaux is bifurcated by the Gironde Estuary into so-called “right bank” and “left bank” appellations. Bordeaux’s red wines are blends of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec. It also makes white wines of Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle. There are several classification systems in Bordeaux. All are attempts to rank the estates based on the historic quality of the wines.