LISA PERROTTI-BROWN: „The 2022 Saint-Pierre is deep garnet-purple in color. After a swirl or two, the nose erupts with gorgeous notions of blackcurrant jelly, raspberry preserves, and baked plums, leading to suggestions of iris, fragrant earth, and black olives. The medium to full-bodied palate has a firm, grainy texture and oodles of freshness supporting the taut, muscular black fruits, finishing long with bags of grace and perfume. This is beautiful."
JAMES SUCKLING: "Deep, meaty and structured with full body and layers of fine-grained tannins, which are polished and velvety. Complex and long with a deep core of dark fruit. This is under the radar and has small plots near Le Pin and La Fleur Petrus."
FALSTAFF: "Tiefdunkles Rubingranat, violette Reflexe, zarte Randaufhellung. Zarte Pflaumenfrucht, rote Kirschen sind unterlegt, ein Hauch von Mandarinenzesten. Saftig, engmaschig, reife Kirschen, frisch strukturiert, mineralisch und gut anhaftend, feine Pflaumenfrucht im Nachhall, zeigt Länge und Potenzial."
JEB DUNNUCK: "The 2022 Château Saint-Pierre (Pomerol) showed incredibly well. A blend of 87% Merlot and 13% Cabernet Franc, it offers a ripe, powerful style that has some obvious minerality in its black cherry, plum, and chocolate-laced aromatics. These carry to a medium to full-bodied, round, expansive Pomerol with solid tannins and a great finish. It could easily be the finest vintage I've tasted from this château."
THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER: "On the floral side, the wine is elegant, supple, lush and polished, with layers of silky plums, dark chocolate, black cherries and licorice. Texturally, the wine offers layers of fruit, with refined tannins. The plummy finish is polished and fresh. Drink from 2025-2040."