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Jan. 10, 2001 CHÂTEAU TROTANOY Pomerol
96 points, $207
Owned by the Moueix family, the owners of Château Pétrus, the '98 Trotanoy is another classic Pomerol from this vintage. A subtle and harmonious young red with berry, tobacco and vanilla character. Full-bodied, with masses of extremely polished, fine ta —James Suckling
Jan. 09, 2001 CHÂTEAU L'EVANGILE Pomerol
98 points, $143
Here's another classic right-bank wine from the two-faced '98 Bordeaux vintage. Captivating aromas of wild raspberry, cherry, mineral and grilled meat mark this full-bodied wine, along with huge, silky tannins and an extra-long, caressing finish. Envelops —James Suckling
Jan. 08, 2001 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE POYFERRÉ St.-Julien
91 points, $32
Despite a rainy harvest on the Left Bank in '98, this second-growth turned in an outstanding performance. Well done. Aromas of black truffles and ripe fruit introduce a full-bodied wine with lots of fruit and velvety tannins. A mouthful. Amazing for the v —James Suckling
Jan. 06, 2001
CHÂTEAU CHEVAL-BLANC St.-Emilion 1998
98 points, $190
Cheval-Blanc's 91 acres of vines form a single, unbroken block, located on the border of the Pomerol appellation. They are planted primarily (57 percent) to Cabernet Franc, along with Merlot and tiny amounts of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. The estate's —James Suckling
Jan. 04, 2001
VIÑA ALMAVIVA Puente Alto Maipo
90 points, $87
Despite the region's El Niño-ravaged harvest in '98, this joint venture of Concha y Toro and Château Mouton-Rothschild turned out an outstanding wine. It also sets a new benchmark for the price of a Chilean wine. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, with Carm —James Molesworth
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