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Chateau Lagrange 2015 (RP93)

Chateau Lagrange 2015 (RP93)

HK$530.00
HK$450.00
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Description

Country:             France
Region:               Saint Julien
Rating:                RP93, WE95, JS94

Grape Variety:  75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Merlot, 8% Petit Verdot
Type of Wine:   Red Wine
Bottle Size:        750ml

By Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 93
The 2015 Lagrange, a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Merlot and 8% Petit Verdot, has an expressive bouquet with blackberry, raspberry, hints of balsamic and autumn leaves that unfolds with time. This is clean and precise, nothing flamboyant but engaging all the same. The palate is medium-bodied with a very seductive and fleshy opening, the acidity very well judged, with a pure and harmonious finish that caresses the senses (partly thanks to the contribution of the Petit Verdot). There is a citrus-like freshness infusing this Lagrange that makes this irresistible. This surpasses my expectations from barrel, hence the higher score. Anticipated maturity: 2020 - 2040.

Wine Enthusiast 95
One of the furthest west of the Saint-Julien estates, this property has been greatly improved with investment from Japanese owner Suntory. The wine from 2015 is dense and impressively concentrated, perfumed black-currant fruits working well with the crisp acidity and solid structure. Drink from 2025.

James Suckling 94
Anyone who thinks that modern Bordeaux has become too soft or easy should taste this seriously tannic yet sleek and vibrant wine. So much drive and energy that the weak of heart should better stand back. Better from 2020 and has a couple of decades of ageing potential.

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