Château Grand Puy Lacoste 2009. Château Grand Puy Lacoste 2009 by Jean-Marc Quarin: dark, intense, beautiful. fruity nose, floral, fresh and ripe. soft palate, juicy, sweet, aromatic with soft body. mid-palate built. Finale long and sappy with taste. Very good length which return crémeuseset subtle notes without tannic overload.
Château Mouton Rothschild 1957. Château Mouton Rothschild 1957 Pauillac is in the orange color .The nose is made of cedar and undergrowth .The mouth is delicate with a beautiful finish for this difficult vintage.
Château Lynch Bages 2015. The Château Lynch Bages in 2015 has a brilliant color with purple reflections. On the nose aromas of blackcurrant and black fruits with a delicate empyreumatic note. The mouth is supple and frank. The tannic pattern is present and remains silky. A persistent finish with a touch of salinity.
Château Haut Batailley 2011. The Château Haut Batailley in 2011 has a ruby color with purple hues. The nose reveals aromas of creme de cassis, powdered stone and an oak note. The palate is full-bodied with red fruits and fine tannins. The finish is elegant, structured and offers great finesse.
Château Duhart Milon 2001. The Château Duhart Milon in 2001 has a bright red color. Average intensity to good. A fruity nose, fresh and vanilla. The mouth is suave with ripe fruit flavors and offers distinguished and aromatic tannins. Nice length in the final.
Château Grand Puy Lacoste 2005. The Château Grand Puy Lacoste in 2005 has a garnet color. On the nose aromas of cassis, havana, cedar and a hint of Sechuan pepper. The palate is creamy with ripe fruit flavors and sweet tannins. A long, powerful and tasty finish.
Château Duhart Milon 2002. The Château Duhart Milon in 2002 has a ruby color. On the nose aromas of cedar, spices, currants, blackcurrant and a note of earth. The palate is medium-bodied with tight tannins. The finish is elegant and persistent.