By Chateau Lascombes
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Scores and tasting notes
A deep garnet core with thin tawny rim. Looks quite mature for a 9-year old Cru Classe. The nose is open-knit, forward, a little muffled with notes of soy and liquorice. It lacks the complexity and breeding one would expect, ditto the palate that is expressive and forward, lacking real vigour and definitely in need of backbone. Soft tannins, a little diffuse with notes of blackberry, soy and a touch of pain grille. It is enjoyable in a facile kind of way, but not the kind of Bordeaux that reaffirms its reputation as the greatest wine region in the world. Drink now-2012. Tasted May 2008.
Neal Martin - Wine Journal Jul 2008
No tasting note available.
Robert Parker Jr - The Wine Advocate, 20 April 2000