Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

$115

...has superb intensity on the nose with black cherries, melted tar, graphite and cold black tea all with fine vigour and vivacity. The palate is medium-bodied with a cohesive, quite powerful entry that sets the stage for a very poised, focused GPL... the 2001 is blossoming into a sublime expression of Pauillac in this vintage... eRobertParker.com (Neal Martin)

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Ratings on Delectable

Laura Catena Delectable Pro

My son Dante's vintage - classic Bordeaux cab sauv, ageing well

My son Dante's vintage - classic Bordeaux cab sauv, ageing well

9.2

Knightsbridge Wine Shoppe Delectable Pro

Dark currant, ground coffee bean, bitter chocolate. Good density.

Dark currant, ground coffee bean, bitter chocolate. Good density.

9.1

Scott Wren Delectable Pro

Velvet glove. Opened 24 hours before

Velvet glove. Opened 24 hours before

9.6

Ron Siegel

In Mag Lots of berry, spice, cedar, leather & dried herbs.

In Mag Lots of berry, spice, cedar, leather & dried herbs.

9.2

Chris England

Fab GPL reaching peak drinking window @ £75-£90 always a lovely wine

Fab GPL reaching peak drinking window @ £75-£90 always a lovely wine

9.2

Bill Schallert

Nicely done and ready to drink.

Nicely done and ready to drink.

8.7

Chris Regina

Graphite, pencil shavings, dusty tannins, silky.

Graphite, pencil shavings, dusty tannins, silky.

9.2

Pazzu Zu

Perfect for the ris de veau and girolles. Very long finish.

Perfect for the ris de veau and girolles. Very long finish.

9.5

Jordan Fox

Beautiful, fully realized expression of Pauillac.

Beautiful, fully realized expression of Pauillac.

10

Nick Seddon

Glorious wine - 2001 vintage on Easter Day 2015 with family.

Glorious wine - 2001 vintage on Easter Day 2015 with family.

9.1

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