Probably the finest Giscours made since the 1975, this black/purple-colored 2000 offers up terrific notes of camphor, creosote, blackberry, and cassis jam intermixed with notions of smoke and earth. Spicy, with low acidity, a big, rich, fleshy, full-bodied palate, outstanding texture, and a long, pure finish, it is, to reiterate, one of the best Giscours produced over the last 25 years. A sleeper of the vintage, it is still available for a realistic price. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Solid 16 year old Margaux for $52! Fully developed and very enjoyable.
Solid 16 year old Margaux for $52! Fully developed and very enjoyable.9.3
Smells like cheating
Smells like cheating7.9