Robert Parker's Wine Advocate : The Château Peby-Faugeres 2014 has more intensity on the nose than the Château Faugeres, although here the wood is more conspicuous. Underneath lies copious black cherries and boysenberry fruit. The palate is full-bodied with thickly-layered black, toasty fruit. The acidity feels quite low and frankly, it does not express the terroir in the same accomplished fashion as the classy Chateau Faugeres. Take your pick - I know what mine would be.