Château Grand-Puy Lacoste 2011
• Domaine: Château Grand-Puy Lacoste
• A.O.C.: Pauillac
• Classification: Fifth Growth, 5ème Grand Cru Classé in 1855
"The dense ruby/purple-colored 2011 Grand Puy Lacoste exhibits a charming, open-knit bouquet of red and black fruits. It is a savory, medium-bodied, flavorful, well-endowed Pauillac from Xavier Borie that can be enjoyed over the next 10-15+ years." - Robert Parker Jr., The Wine Advocate (4/29/2014, Issue 212), Ratings: 91
"Reflecting the fruity, forward style of the vintage, this wine is packed with ripe black currants. There is a strong Cabernet character—it's dry initially, then followed by juiciness. It's a concentrated wine, although not for long-term aging. Drink from 2017." - Roger Voss, The Wine Enthusiast (2/2014), Ratings: 92
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