reviewsJames Suckling 96-97/100
This is a full-bodied red with lots of blackberry and plum character and hints of black olives. It’s round and velvety, yet there is firmness and tension to the texture. It’s extremely polished, as well as structured.
Wine Advocate 88-90/100
The 2019 Petit-Village demands a lot of coaxing from the glass. Like some other Pomerol crus, it feels a bit static at first, missing the joie-de-vivre I expected. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy black fruit, quite structured and grippy, gaining more detail and precision towards a slightly earthy finish. I hope to see more charm by the time of bottling.