Château Lynch-Bages Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1995

$225

A wine that continues to improve with age. Shows loads of ripe plum, almost prune, with hints of vanilla and mineral. Full, chewy and tight... Wine Spectator

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Ratings on Delectable

Eric Grasser Delectable Pro

Exquisite and impressive. Firm color loaded with kirsch, red and dark currant flavors and the presence of horse sweat, horse blanket and leather. Even a red rose aroma. Tannin is light and impressively balanced. Holds its presence two hours plus decanted. With soft tannins that eventually fell into the glass. I predict this wine would hold well 15-20 years

Exquisite and impressive. Firm color loaded with kirsch, red and dark currant flavors and the presence of horse sweat, horse blanket and leather. Even a red rose aroma. Tannin is light and impressively balanced. Holds its presence two hours plus decanted. With soft tannins that eventually fell into the glass. I predict this wine would hold well 15-20 years

9.4

Geoffrey Luce Delectable Pro

1995

1995

9.3

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Sweet black & red currants, black cherry cola, strawberry licorice, steeped black tea, a whiff of soft spice, candied black earth and an amazing long round elegant finish that lingers a long time on your palate. It's in a very good place.

Sweet black & red currants, black cherry cola, strawberry licorice, steeped black tea, a whiff of soft spice, candied black earth and an amazing long round elegant finish that lingers a long time on your palate. It's in a very good place.

9.3

Nathaniel DiMaggio Delectable Pro

Awww. A revisit to my first bottle of Bordeaux. I remember finding it more interesting in 2000.

Awww. A revisit to my first bottle of Bordeaux. I remember finding it more interesting in 2000.

8.8

Sipping Fine Wine Delectable Pro

A blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot, aged for 15 months in French oak (70% new). Deep red with, brown edges, ripe fruit flavors and earthy spice. Tasting very well and showing its age, has plum flavors a touch of sweet spice with soft tannins. Well balanced, lingering with heavy earthy tones on the ending.

A blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot, aged for 15 months in French oak (70% new). Deep red with, brown edges, ripe fruit flavors and earthy spice. Tasting very well and showing its age, has plum flavors a touch of sweet spice with soft tannins. Well balanced, lingering with heavy earthy tones on the ending.

9.1

Robert Cunningham Delectable Pro

Wine Educator DeVinimus, Wine Workshop

Thin and angular without complexity

Thin and angular without complexity

8.7

Kat Thomas Delectable Pro

Sommelier Rose.Rabbit.Lie

Fruit still had lush moments upon decanting for the guest and the tannins were surprisingly smoothed out; turned a bit uneventful after the 3rd pour.

Fruit still had lush moments upon decanting for the guest and the tannins were surprisingly smoothed out; turned a bit uneventful after the 3rd pour.

8.6

Paul Mason Delectable Pro

Fun to try and still drinkable but this bottle was well past its prime.

Fun to try and still drinkable but this bottle was well past its prime.

8.1

Andrew Humaydan Delectable Pro

Beautiful mellow notes of dark berries. One of the best wines I've ever tasted. Paired with flank steak and roasted summer vegetables.

Beautiful mellow notes of dark berries. One of the best wines I've ever tasted. Paired with flank steak and roasted summer vegetables.

9.8

Jörgen Lindström Carlvik Delectable Pro

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

Elegant and refined, classic Bdx with medium weight, rounded-off tannins and a caressing finish.

Elegant and refined, classic Bdx with medium weight, rounded-off tannins and a caressing finish.

9.3

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