94pts James Suckling
Currants, black cherries, and spices. Medium- to full-bodied with very fine and polished tannins and an extremely long, flavorful finish. Give this three or four years to come together, but lovely structure. Best ever?
The 2020 La Tour de Bessan is very, very good. A blast of dark cherry fruit, smoke, licorice, blackberry and espresso races across the palate. The 2020 is dark and brooding, yet retains a mid-weight sense of structure. There is certainly plenty to like.