Château Malescot Saint-Exupéry 2000
• Domaine: Château Malescot Saint-Exupéry
• Appellation (AOC): Margaux
• Classification: Third Growth, 3ème Grand Cru Classé in 1855
• Origin: Left Bank, Bordeaux
• Importer: Laguna Cellar
"This estate, which has continued to impress me in recent years, hit a home run in 2000. Showing slightly better than I rated it previously, this wine is deep bluish/purple with some lightening at the edge, and its floral nose displays notes of melted licorice, crushed rock, blueberries and black raspberries. A wine of extraordinary balance, equilibrium, and purity, with supple tannins, this medium to full-bodied, concentrated effort is already compelling and has hit its window of full maturity, where it should stay for another 15-20 years." - Robert Parker Jr., The Wine Advocate (6/28/2010, Issue 189), Ratings: 95, Drink Date: 2010-2030
"A cut above most of these wines in quality, but also in price too usually. Very deep colour with lift and toasty oak. Very seductive blend of ripeness and a tantalising sense of much left in reserve. 17.5/20" - Jancis Robinson, Ratings: 17.5/20
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