Château Lafite Rothschild Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1985

9.462 ratings on Delectable
$502.99

Aside from a tear on the front label, this bottle is in immaculate condition.

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Ratings on Delectable

Steve Matthiasson Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Matthiasson Wines

Impeccable wine. On point. There is no doubt that the vineyards are great and the team was top notch.

Impeccable wine. On point. There is no doubt that the vineyards are great and the team was top notch.

9.5

Megan Stockton Delectable Pro

Great to try a piece of history. Fruit has receded a bit and secondary notes are coming through. A bit of tobacco and cigar box-classic.

Great to try a piece of history. Fruit has receded a bit and secondary notes are coming through. A bit of tobacco and cigar box-classic.

9.0

Doug Kahn Delectable Pro

Magnum

Magnum

9.6

Paul Lysek Delectable Pro

Sommelier at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak, & Stone Crab

Amazing. Drinking remarkably young. Much life left in this bottle indeed.

Amazing. Drinking remarkably young. Much life left in this bottle indeed.

10

Karina Cisneros Delectable Pro

This was truly beautiful!

This was truly beautiful!

10

France Posener Delectable Pro

Served in magnum and its elegance mineralogy and soft fruit revealed a life well aged. Lovely way to end the nantucket wine festival at La Fete

Served in magnum and its elegance mineralogy and soft fruit revealed a life well aged. Lovely way to end the nantucket wine festival at La Fete

9.5

Stephan Reinhardt Delectable Pro

Author The Finest WInes of Germany

Lots of leather and tobacco, quite rustic - a classic!

Lots of leather and tobacco, quite rustic - a classic!

8.5

Kevin Ortzman Delectable Pro

Dirt and tree bark on the nose, reasonably balanced for it's age with a longer than expected sour cherry finish.

Dirt and tree bark on the nose, reasonably balanced for it's age with a longer than expected sour cherry finish.

9.1

Kevin Ortzman Delectable Pro

Did a side by side with Petrus (I know, I was slumming tonight). Petrus held better on the finish, Lafite more appealing on the initial nose, but faded quickly. Overall, the win goes to Petrus.

Did a side by side with Petrus (I know, I was slumming tonight). Petrus held better on the finish, Lafite more appealing on the initial nose, but faded quickly. Overall, the win goes to Petrus.

8.7

Jeanette Rodriguez

1985, vertical tasting NYC wine spectator.

1985, vertical tasting NYC wine spectator.

10

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    New York, NY 10010

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