From the winery: "Made up of 45 hectares (111 acres) of vines that form part of a larger 80 hectares (198 acres) estate on one single plot, the Lanessan vineyard is located in the commune of Cussac-Fort-Médoc, close to Saint-Julien, in the Haut-Médoc appellation area and runs east to west along a fine ridge of deep Garonne gravel. The average age of the vines is about thirty years. They are surrounded by 145 hectares (360 acres) of woodland with cork oak, red oak and pine." K&L Notes: Clyde Beffa: *V Tons of ripe fruit. Super flavor. Great value! This is stunning wine for the vintage. Ralph Sands: Dark fruit and a touch of pepper. Attractive front to back, with good grip and tannin control. Alex Pross: This is one of the great classics as far as values go-always good and dependable. It has a racy nose with hints of herbs, flowers and loads of red fruits. Nice creaminess. This is classic.
Below is a listing of the wine review scores we frequently reference in our notes. While these sources remain an excellent source of information, we always recommend that you trust your own palate. Scores in these publications often represent the personal taste of an individual critic, which may not always coincide with your own. We have a huge team of excellent wine professionals that can match wines you've had in the past with new arrivals that meet your flavor profile.
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