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Saint-Julien deuxième grand cru classé en 1855
Logé en caisse bois d’origine de 1 magnum 150 cl
Lisa Perrotti-Brown > Parker 98-99+ | Yves Beck 98-100 | Jeb Dunnuck 98-99+ | Neal Martin 96-98 | Jane Anson > Decanter 98
Disponible dès avril 2022
484.65 CHF (450.00 CHF HT)
3 en stock
Yves Beck 98-100 points www.yvesbeck.wine
79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc
Pourpre violacé. Encore un de ces grands vins qui est en mesure de me sortir de ma zone de confort. Pas parce que j’ai un problème avec lui mais parce qu’il me rappelle que, parfois, il suffit d’une fraction de seconde pour comprendre la grandeur. Sans démonstration, sans longue dégustation, juste humer une seule fois et réaliser que le vin est énorme. Superbes notes fruitées en symbiose avec de la fraîcheur et des fèves de cacao. Il y a aussi le côté herbacé avec du thym et puis la minéralité avec du graphite. En bouche le vin est compact, gras, crémeux, frais et racé. Quelle grandeur et quelle aptitude à convaincre. C’est la première fois que Léoville Las Cases n’est pas seulement brillant dans sa notion de puissance mais dans sa notion de finesse et de race. Il est convaincant et séduisant. 2024-2049
Lisa Perrotti-Brown 98-99+ points www.robertparker.com
The 2019 Léoville Las Cases is a blend of 79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc and 11% Merlot. Harvest began early for the Merlot, on the 18th of September, and the Cabernets were picked in October, finishing on the 8th of October. The IPT number (measurement of tannins) is 80—the same as 2018. The alcohol came at 14.02% (lower than 2018), but it does seem a little lower than this percentage, probably because the pH is a little lower this year, at 3.67. It is aging in French oak barriques, 90% new. The color is opaque purple-black, with a nose that unfurls slowly in the glass, beginning with vibrant, expressive black fruit notes of freshly crushed blackcurrants, ripe blackberries and fresh black cherries, followed by a beguiling array of floral and earth nuances—candied violets, lavender, fragrant soil, underbrush, crushed rocks and black truffles. The medium to full-bodied wine dances ever so gracefully on the palate, demurely revealing tightly wound layers of of bright, crunchy black fruits and tantalizing floral and mineral sparks, supported by a rock-solid structure of firm, finely grained tannins and fantastic tension, finishing with epic persistence. Although the style is completely different, the barrel sample is behaving a lot like the Haut-Brion sample was when I tasted it, in that it appears to be holding just that little bit extra back right now. I have to call it as I see it today, but I wouldn’t be surprised if when I come back to taste this from bottle, it shows me all that and a lot more.
Neal Martin 96-98 points www.vinous.com
The 2019 Léoville Las-Cases was picked from 18 September to 8 October and matured in 90% new oak barrels. Typically deep and limpid in colour, it has a knockout nose with penetrating blackberry, bilberry and blueberry fruit struck through with an accentuated marine/oyster shell element. The palate is beautiful, the fine-grain tannins framing delineated, mineral-infused black fruit. There is a clarity to this Grand Vin that places it amongst Jean-Hubert Delon’s finest releases in recent years and it is blessed with astounding length. You come away with the feeling of a nascent wine boasting immense coiled-up energy that will guarantee its longevity. Stunning.
Jeb Dunnuck 97-99+ points www.jebdunnuck.com
The 2019 Château Léoville Las Cases is one seriously majestic beauty that shows the elegant, pure, balanced style of this vintage to a T. The 2019 is a blend of 79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc that was raised in 90% new French oak. Notes of crème de cassis, smoked black cherries, graphite, tobacco, and damp earth all emerge from the glass, and it hits the palate with medium to full-bodied richness, a fresh, chiseled texture, layers of ripe tannins, and a solid spine of acidity. The 2019 will be one for the ages and will need at least a decade of bottle age, but it will drink well for 50-60 years or more.
Jane Anson 98 points www.decanter.com (at Bordeaux, 12 May 2020)
I love it when a wine steals up on you, and you very definitely get that here, taking its time on the first attack then rapidly expanding outwards and upwards. Undoubtedly it will knit down as Las Cases can’t help itself but do, but there is a creamy almost caramel side hiding among the tannins here. Beautiful power and layers of charcoal, slate, crushed stones, cassis, bilberry and tobacco – all displayed with elegance and tension. A long harvest of over three weeks from September 18 to October 8, 6.5% press wine used, a little more than in 2018 (where just over 2% was used). 3.67pH, 90% new oak. Drinking Window 2029 – 2045
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