The second best vintage after 1934, in this decade offering rare great successes.
A floral and smoked wine, very gentle and showing good intensity.

FEATURES OF THE VINTAGE

The harvest began on September 20th and ended on September 30th for a tiny crop of 15.7 hectoliters / hectare.

TASTING NOTES

15th April 2010

The nose of Cheval Blanc 1937 is dominated by aromas of dried flowers with a touch of acidity yet. Highly evolved, most recent tasters talk about dust and smoke notes.

In the mouth it is still very lively and very silky both. The tannic structure is still sensitive in this ethereal and airy wine that retains aromas of smoke and delicate faded flowers.

Of great length, it is still an interesting aged beauty and a pleasant old-world charm.