Château Larcis Ducasse Saint-Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

Ratings on Delectable

Brian Reedy

Let it open for about 4 hours and then deep, rich fruit. Cassis, chewy tannins and hint of violet. Lovely

Let it open for about 4 hours and then deep, rich fruit. Cassis, chewy tannins and hint of violet. Lovely

9.3

Ron Siegel

Still very youthful & tight like most 05’s showing lots of black fruits, graphite, licorice & violets. Not sure this will rise to reach RP 100 pt score but will need a min of another 5 - 10 years.

Still very youthful & tight like most 05’s showing lots of black fruits, graphite, licorice & violets. Not sure this will rise to reach RP 100 pt score but will need a min of another 5 - 10 years.

9.3

Genevieve O

Christmas Eve 2017 2005

Christmas Eve 2017 2005

10

erto l

thinking this one is gonna need some time for me to really think it worth the 100 points. stuffing there but....

thinking this one is gonna need some time for me to really think it worth the 100 points. stuffing there but....

9.1

Ryan Brown

Needed at least two hours to open up only got better then was gone!!

Needed at least two hours to open up only got better then was gone!!

9.2

Adrienne White

2005 was a little musty, a little earthy with lots of delightful cherry fruit - quite luscious after the first glass.

2005 was a little musty, a little earthy with lots of delightful cherry fruit - quite luscious after the first glass.

9.3

Brian O'Regan

Very, very nice. I really enjoyed this. Excellent flavor, great finish.

Very, very nice. I really enjoyed this. Excellent flavor, great finish.

9.1

Cole Kleiman

1.5L

1.5L

8.8

Attilio Bottala

Nice vine and ... giant pasta like short paccheri with pigeon ragout and cardoons with thyme!!!

Nice vine and ... giant pasta like short paccheri with pigeon ragout and cardoons with thyme!!!

8.9

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