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A shiny and ruby-red colour, with good intensity. Aromatic and attractive nose revealing fresh berry-fruits, red-current, and cherry. Hints of cloves, honey ginger-bread and menthol conferring a complexity and character to the wine. On the palate, silky a
56% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot. Open bouquet dominated by the Merlot from gravels on bedrock clay-limestone soils. Notes of small red fruits and orange peels.
Dark crimson color. Brooding nose of brambles, shoes polish. At the moment, the palate is balanced between luscious black fruit and firm tannins, and is not showing much tertiary evolution. Good raw material here but needs at least 5 years, and likely 10
A hint of bay streaks through quickly before the core of red and black currant preserves takes over. Hefty in feel, with extra anise, spice, pepper and singed apple wood notes filling in on the finish.”
"The 2015 la Tour Carnet is medium garnet-purple in color and has an earthy nose with red and black fruits and floral notions. The medium-bodied palate has plenty of energy with a great core of pure red and black fruits plus approachable tannins and nice
Wine Advocate: 90-92“a lovely nose that is punchy and bright: violet-tinged black fruit that are vivacious and precise. The palate is medium-bodied with a citrus fresh entry, a keen thread of acidity, good weight in the mouth with a surprisingly (for Ferr
Wine Spectator: 90“This has a brambly feel, with a cassis bush note running throughout. The core of succulent plum, blackberry and raspberry fruit is bright and defined. Shows lots of racy grip through the finish, complemented by buried minerality. An exc
88-91“Features a sleek core of red currant and blackberry fruit lined with a sanguine note and backed by floral and iron hints on the finish. Flexes some muscle, but remains on the elegant side overall.”
Spicy, rich and full of ripe fruit, this wine has great potential. It is structured and dense while bringing out a stylish elegance. Blackberry fruit dominates the tannins to create a wine that has both concentration and fine fruit. Drink from 2022.
48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot, 4% Petit Verdot, 3% Cabernet Franc. Nose of crushed red and black currants. Medium bodied, elegant with loads of mineral nuances and an earthy finish.
A dense blue/ruby/purple color is followed by notes of raspberries, incense and spring flowers, supple tannins, medium body and excellent elegance as well as purity.
72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Merlot and the rest Cabernet Franc, the 2010 possesses a dark purple color as well as a sweet bouquet of spring flowers, black currants, blueberries and damp earth.
Wine Spectator: 92“This is solidly built, featuring a full-bodied feel from the loam and tar frame, balanced by the depth of the plum, blackberry and fig core. Reveals a smoldering edge through the finish, with an echo of cocoa.”
Even more body, after a three hour decant this is showing even more depth. I still get the blackberry, coffee and slate, however, I also get some cedar this time as well. So long and memorable, this will age for many years
2010 Chateau Lagrange, Saint-Julien, full-bodied wine with a deep ruby color, almost purple. This oaky wine reserved a dark cherries palate, shading of chocolate, coffee, roasted walnut and black currant.
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2016 Lagrange sashays out of the glass with notions of candied violets, cassis, underbrush and warm black plums with waves of Black Forest cake, cedar chest and yeast extract scents. Medium to full-bodied, the bags of perfu
Exhibits ripe blue and black fruits, a dense plum/purple color, good acidity buttressing a remarkably rich, fleshy, sumptuous texture, and oodles of smoky black currant and blueberry fruit. Ripe, heady and rich.”
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