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Château Langoa Barton St. Julien Prearrival 2010
Der Wein ist von dichtem, dunklen Rotbraun und lässt schon bei der ersten Kontaktaufnahme ein äusserst komplexes Bouquet erkennen. Der Geschmack geht von einer vollen, fleischigen, seidigen Ansprache zu einem tanninreichen, aber köstlich saftigem und sehr langen Abgang über. Ein grosser Klassiker mit schöner Terroirnote.
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A Perfect Wine!! 100 points for this Second Growth Bordeaux. Classified in 1855, this Chateau has been run by seven generations of the Barton family. In 1983, Anthony Barton, the present owner, was given the property by his uncle Ronald Barton. Anthony Barton's daughter Lilian Barton Sartorius now helps her father in managing the estate. Together, they maintain the traditional methods but produce wine that has skyrocketed the stature of this 2nd Growth and once again in 2010 this wine has over achieved in a big way. Wine Enthusiast Magazine said “This magnificent, solid wine is initially severe, with its tannins dominating, yet it already reveals a full array of black fruits. Very dense and concentrated, this is a wine that's even better than the chateau's legendary 2005. The structure tells of its extraordinary aging potential: Don't even attempt to drink this for the next 10 years.” VERY LIMITED!!!!
70% cabernet sauvignon 22% merlot 8% cabernet franc. Notes of blackberry and violet mix with toasty brioche espresso and just a touch of eucalyptus on a dark brooding nose.Tannins are big and round but nicely balanced with dark fruit and vibrant acidity keeping the wine focused through a long finish. With an overall impression of balance even in youth this will benefit from another 6-8 years in the bottle and then should impress over the next 25-30 years. Alex Shaw.
Deep ruby with purple accents, cassis, earth and spice aromas open to a big mouthful of juicy, chewy, tannic, cabernet sauvignon. While tannic and broad shouldered, the tannins are soft and round. This is one of my favorite vintages of Leoville Barto... Jeff Leve. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2010 Leoville-Barton 750ml
Dark and winey, with a terrific core of plum and macerated black currant fruit woven with a note of black cherry reduction. Tarry but polished. Grippy but velvety. And plenty long. -J.M. Wine Spectator. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2010 Leoville-Barton 750ml
Deep ruby with purple accents cassis earth and spice aromas open to a big mouthful of juicy chewy tannic cabernet sauvignon. While tannic and broad shouldered the tannins are soft and round. This is one of my favorite vintages of Leoville Barton. Like all the estates wines this will age well but it should be accessible earlier than 2005. Jeff Leve.
Deep ruby. Very ripe powerful aromas of blackberry cassis licorice and bitter chocolate. Sweet dense ripe and deep with outstanding purity and intensity to its plush black fruit and spice flavors. This has the sweetness of a great Napa Valley cabernet along with buns of steel. Finishes with penetrating fruit and outstanding verve and persistence. For all its creamy richness this should be extremely long-lived. 94+ Stephen Tanzers IWC.
Takes a modern approach, with dark mocha- and espresso-infused toast leading the way, featuring an extra ganache kicker before dark currant preserves and roasted plum fruit strides in. Dense and extracted through the polished finish, this features a charcoal spine that gives rise to extra blueberry and pastis notes. Should cruise in the cellar. Best from 2018 through 2038.