Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2006 (1500ml)

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James Forsyth Delectable Pro

The 2006 Pichon is a big wine. Leather, pepper, dark cherries, plum. Soft velvet texture. Gorgeous.

The 2006 Pichon is a big wine. Leather, pepper, dark cherries, plum. Soft velvet texture. Gorgeous.

9.6

Shawn R Delectable Pro

Despite this Chateau changing hands many times the wine still remains a contender. Black in the glass, shows heavy extraction. Sweet black fruits on the nose...light and sweet on the palate tannins integrate nicely. Drinking well.

Despite this Chateau changing hands many times the wine still remains a contender. Black in the glass, shows heavy extraction. Sweet black fruits on the nose...light and sweet on the palate tannins integrate nicely. Drinking well.

9.5

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One of the most pleasant and unexpected surprises in this tasting, the 2006 Pichon Lalande is gorgeous, which is something I can’t say about too many wines in a vintage marked by climatic ups and downs and irregular ripening. Dark, powerful and intense, the 2006 possesses exceptional balance. A host of black cherry, plum, smoke, licorice and menthol flesh out in this decidedly somber, virile Pichon Lalande. In a vintage in which so many wines are so rustic, the 2006 Pichon Lalande is all class. This sleeper Pichon Lalande will drink well for at least the next two decades, perhaps longer. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, Oct 2017)

One of the most pleasant and unexpected surprises in this tasting, the 2006 Pichon Lalande is gorgeous, which is something I can’t say about too many wines in a vintage marked by climatic ups and downs and irregular ripening. Dark, powerful and intense, the 2006 possesses exceptional balance. A host of black cherry, plum, smoke, licorice and menthol flesh out in this decidedly somber, virile Pichon Lalande. In a vintage in which so many wines are so rustic, the 2006 Pichon Lalande is all class. This sleeper Pichon Lalande will drink well for at least the next two decades, perhaps longer. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, Oct 2017)

9.5

Scott Taddeo Delectable Pro

2006 here- I saw it as a bit older than others in the class with a slight stewed and dried fruit character in the mix as well as some mahogany, Dutch liquorice, mint and toasted oak too. Tannins still quite chewy, with the acid when settled in the wine. Plenty of flavour intensity and finish here.

2006 here- I saw it as a bit older than others in the class with a slight stewed and dried fruit character in the mix as well as some mahogany, Dutch liquorice, mint and toasted oak too. Tannins still quite chewy, with the acid when settled in the wine. Plenty of flavour intensity and finish here.

9.2

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Drinking nicely. Bright mid red fruits with good evolution already.

Drinking nicely. Bright mid red fruits with good evolution already.

9.2

Peter van den Besselaar Delectable Pro

Laurel, cooked plums,rich nose, good balance, cacao, everything's right, refinement and complexity

Laurel, cooked plums,rich nose, good balance, cacao, everything's right, refinement and complexity

9.5

M. Ventre Delectable Pro

Pich posh.. So dark and lovely.. Polished tannins.. Showing well but would love to see this in another 5-10 years

Pich posh.. So dark and lovely.. Polished tannins.. Showing well but would love to see this in another 5-10 years

9.3

Martin Redmond Delectable Pro

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Gotta love corporate Tasting at @Champagne Louis Roederer today! #Champagne #Harvesttrip

9.3

Tom Kobylarz Delectable Pro

More elegance here, silky and refined.

More elegance here, silky and refined.

9.0

Sylvain Rhainds

2006

2006

9.2

Location

  • 1 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, NY 10020

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm
    Saturday: 11am-7pm
    Sunday: Closed

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