Chateau Labegorce Margaux 2005
It is generally said that Margaux wines are the Médoc's "most feminine", so stressing their delicacy, their supple character and their elegant fruity aromas. The other characteristic of these wines which combine an elegant richness of flavour, subtlety and consistency is their diversity and personality. Over and above their "common denominator", they have exceptional bouquets and flavours of fruit which differ from one château to another.
Decent, but will probably improve more with age.
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