Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
A veritable smorgasbord of heavenly delights. The dark ruby/purple color is opaque, suggesting low yields and super concentration. In the mouth, there is only one word to describe the texture and intensity, and that is explosive. It is amazingly concentrated, and much more structured and tannic than I remembered. The problem with this wine, much like many of the finest Pomerols, is that the production is minuscule(1,500 cases). The Guigal La Mouline of Pomerol? Anticipated maturity: Now - 2008.