Château Léoville Barton Saint-Julien Red Bordeaux Blend 1995

$119

A beautiful wine, with layers of ripe fruit, berry, cedar, vanilla and light spice. Full-bodied, with silky tannins and a long finish. Very, very classy stuff... Wine Spectator

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Ratings on Delectable

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Blue fruit heaven. Near perfect; tannins, acidity, evolution. Rich moist earth, stones, dry crush rocks, violets, spice/box, leather and tobacco leaf and black tea. Out of magnum.

Blue fruit heaven. Near perfect; tannins, acidity, evolution. Rich moist earth, stones, dry crush rocks, violets, spice/box, leather and tobacco leaf and black tea. Out of magnum.

9.3

Alberto Cdm Delectable Pro

Bella piacevolezza oggi a distanza di 21 anni!

Bella piacevolezza oggi a distanza di 21 anni!

9.4

Matthew Rose Delectable Pro

Whoa baby

Whoa baby

9.4

Phil Stice Delectable Pro

The most tannic of the tasting so far - and a 95. Will age for another decade ++

The most tannic of the tasting so far - and a 95. Will age for another decade ++

Cody Short Delectable Pro

Brooding and full bodied.

Brooding and full bodied.

9.3

Bill Bender

Notably dark and brooding in the glass and giving up very little on the nose. Dark chocolate and black licorice. Round and full.

Notably dark and brooding in the glass and giving up very little on the nose. Dark chocolate and black licorice. Round and full.

9.2

romo

Quite a debate about this bottle. Not my favorite.

Quite a debate about this bottle. Not my favorite.

8.9

Mike Evans

Very impressive, it unwinds subtly showing nuance and grace, with a little pyrazine greenness adding to the complexity, it richly rewards time in the glass and will reward more cellar time even more.

Very impressive, it unwinds subtly showing nuance and grace, with a little pyrazine greenness adding to the complexity, it richly rewards time in the glass and will reward more cellar time even more.

9.3

Scott T Delectable Pro

VP/Senior Wine Specialist Christie's

Yup. That's a double mag vs mag (Petrus).

Yup. That's a double mag vs mag (Petrus).

Cody Short Delectable Pro

Really good but the other 2 wines left this in the dust

Really good but the other 2 wines left this in the dust

9.2