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RP
93+
JR
15.5
WS
90
Château Labégorce 2016
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Château Labégorce 2016

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Château Labégorce 2016

The smoothness and fruity expression of a Margaux red wine

The estate

With its elegant neoclassical style, Château Labégorce has been renowned for the quality of its Margaux wines for several centuries. In 1989, the Perrodo family acquired the estate and gave it a new lease of life by bringing out the very best in its great terroir.

The vineyard

The vineyard of Château Labégorce spreads across 70 hectares of vines, on the largest sandy-gravelly and sandy-silty terroirs in the Margaux appellation, on the left bank of Bordeaux.

Vinification and ageing

Vinification in temperature-controlled concrete and stainless steel vats. Aged in French oak barrels (45% new barrels, 55% first-fill barrels).

The blend

Merlot (52%)

Cabernet Sauvignon (38%)

Cabernet Franc (6%)

Petit Verdot (4%).

Château Labégorce 2016: Characteristics and tasting tips

The tasting

Château Labégorce 2016 unveils sublime flavours on the palate. The wine reveals a burst of fruit, along with a wide palette of flavours that combine richness, complexity and smoothness. The tannins are delicately melted and show an exceptional finesse.

Cellaring

This fine Margaux wine can be kept in the cellar until around 2050 in order to reveal its aromatic richness.

Wine critic
Château Labégorce 2016
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Parker
93+
100
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J. Robinson
15.5
20
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2016 Labegorce is a blend of 38% Cabernet Sauvignon, 52% Merlot, 6% Cabernet Franc and 4% Petit Verdot picked between 4-21 October and matured in 45% new oak. What I like about the bouquet is that it is quintessential Margaux--it could not come from anywhere else. Crushed violets infuse black cherries, blueberry and iodine. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, very well-judged acidity, an elegant and very charming Margaux with pencil lead and a touch of spice on the long finish. What a brilliant wine from a Margaux estate that has really upped its game.
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