Château Lagrange Pomerol 1993

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The excellent Château Lagrange is one of St. Julien's great wines - fine, full-bodied and concentrated. The vintages ...

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A very good St.-Julien from this consistent property, really caressing your palate in velvety tannins. Medium body and pretty berry, vanilla, toast... Read more

A very good St.-Julien from this consistent property really caressing your palate in velvety tannins. Medium body and pretty berry vanilla toasted ... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/03/2013

A very good St.-Julien from this consistent property, really caressing your palate in velvety tannins. Medium body and pretty berry, vanilla, toasted oak character. Better in 1997. Wine Spectator. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 1993 Lagrange St Julien 3000ml


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
11/14/2013

A very good St.-Julien from this consistent property really caressing your palate in velvety tannins. Medium body and pretty berry vanilla toasted oak character. Better in 1997. Wine Spectator.


Winemaker's Notes:

The excellent Château Lagrange is one of St. Julien's great wines - fine, full-bodied and concentrated. The vintages since 1985 introduce ripe fruit aromas of rich black currant and cherry, spicy, toasty new oak, minerals, and in some vintages cedar and charcoal. They are appealing when young but also have great potential for long aging. They are also very reasonably priced for their level of quality, and dependably fine 7-20 years following their vintage.

The excellent Château Lagrange is one of St. Julien's great wines - fine, full-bodied and concentrated. The vintages since 1985 introduce ripe fruit aromas of rich black currant and cherry, spicy, toasty new oak, minerals, and in some vintages cedar and charcoal. They are appealing when young but also have great potential for long aging. They are also very reasonably priced for their level of quality, and dependably fine 7-20 years following their vintage.

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