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2015 La Fleur Petrus

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2015 La Fleur Petrus from Chateau La Fleur Petrus, Pomerol, Bordeaux

The vibrant vintage of 2015 manifests with singular distinction in the La Fleur Petrus from Chateau La Fleur Petrus, a beacon of fine Bordeaux wine and an emblem of sagacious investment. The illustrious terroirs of Pomerol served as fertile crucibles within this celebrated year, endowing the harvests with profound complexity and charm.


Sophisticated Elegance: A True Pomerol Signature

Securing its reputation over decades, Chateau La Fleur Petrus crafts wines that evoke the quintessential attributes of Pomerol's clay-laden terroirs. However, the 2015 vintage shines with particular luminosity due to exemplary climatic conditions - moderated heat coupled with timely precipitation. Such environmental serendipity has sculpted a vintage that exudes both impeccable structure and alluring ripeness.


The Essence of 2015: A Year Enshrined in Merlot Majesty

The 2015 La Fleur Petrus articulates the precision of its vintage through enticing aromas of dark cherries and plums, embroidered with intricate tannins and a finely-chiselled acidity. These elements synchronise harmoniously, creating a tapestry of flavour sensations that resonate on the palate.

Noteworthy is the wine’s resounding textural elegance - velvety and rich without forsaking poise. This particular vintage benefits from an enveloping warmth that does not overwhelm, allowing layers of truffle, cigar box, and a hint of violet to coalesce into a splendidly prolonged finish.

Individually acclaimed, yet become increasingly sought after as an investment asset, the 2015 La Fleur Petrus captures not just the spirit of its birth year but also embodies the extraordinary potential for maturation. The astute collector will heed this year's call, recognising its inherent capacity for graceful ageing within their discerning portfolio.


Investing in Pomerol's Stellar Vintage

In conclusion, the 2015 vintage of La Fleur Petrus from Chateau La Fleur Petrus offers investors a tantalising blend of immediate gratification and long-term rewards. Its well-defined character and potential for sublime evolution make it a stalwart selection amongst connoisseurs and investors alike, destined to grace cellars with its robust profile and age-worthy nature – a true paragon of Pomerol's storied legacy.

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The power and depth of fruit here is extraordinary with incredible phenolic texture and caressing mouthf eel. Full and enticing. It’s a wine that shows power with finesse. Such contrast and greatness. 92% merlot, 7.5% cabernet franc and 0.5% petit verdot.

James Suckling -


Gorgeously integrated already, with loads of blackberry and boysenberry fruit infused with black tea and dark wood spice accents, carried by charcoal and warm earth notes. The elements sail through a large-scale finish that has remarkable cut for a wine of this size.—J.M.

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth -


What a wine! Scented, subtle and very fine, this is a poised, nuanced triumph. Deceptively easy to drink, even now, it has the concentration, acidity and fine-grained tannnins for a long life. Like the 2014, this is a wine that will taste beautifully at every stage of its development. Just try to keep your hands off it. Drink: 2025-40

Tim Atkin -


A blend of 92% Merlot, 7.5% Cabernet Franc and 0.5% Petit Verdot, the 2015 la Fleur-Petrus is a little reticent on the nose to begin, offering up beguiling notes of tilled soil, black olives, charcuterie and dried Provence herbs over a core of preserved plums, black cherries and black raspberries with touches of tar and new leather. Full-bodied, rich, plush and seductive in the mouth, it finishes with persistent, slowly revealing earthy/savory layers, which will keep you reaching for another glass.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown - The Wine Advocate, 21 February 2018


The 2015 La Fleur Petrus is a blend of 93% Merlot and 7% Cabernet Franc, having absorbed Château Guillot back in 2012. It has a clean and precise bouquet with ebullient red cherry, blackcurrant and cold stone aromas that are very succinct. There is nothing showy here, but it is very refined and graceful. The palate is very well balanced with succulent ripe tannin, clean and precise, lightly spiced red fruit with outstanding focus and tension on the finish. This La Fleur Petrus has an effortless cool about it. I am sure it will be wondrous once in bottle.

Neal Martin -, #224, April 2016


A Jean-Pierre Moueix wine. 18.7 ha (46 acres) of gravel and deep clay. 92% Merlot, 7.5% Cabernet Franc, 0.5% Petit Verdot. Notably dark crimson. Very complex and layered (from all those parcels!). Lifted and sweet but not heavy and rich. Even a little light and polished. Fun, but not there yet.

Jancis Robinson -

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