Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2014

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93 Points, Wine Spectator: "A sleek, graphite-fueled version, with ample cassis and black cherry fruit racing along, picking up light tobacco, anise and bramble notes along the way. The fruit is vivid, presenting pleasant coiled-up energy. Should age nicely. Best from 2020 through 2030. 10,000 cases made."

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The 2014 Grand-Puy Lacoste has a bouquet with blackberry, boysenberry, mint and graphite, well defined and focused. It does not have to try too hard to give so much pleasure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, very crisp acidity, beautifully proportioned with a veneer of top quality new oak that will need three or four years to be fully subsumed. But the purity and elegance of this Pauillac cannot be denied – a quite brilliant contribution to the 2014 vintage. Tasted blind at the annual Southwold tasting. (Neal Martin, Vinous, March 2018)

The 2014 Grand-Puy Lacoste has a bouquet with blackberry, boysenberry, mint and graphite, well defined and focused. It does not have to try too hard to give so much pleasure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, very crisp acidity, beautifully proportioned with a veneer of top quality new oak that will need three or four years to be fully subsumed. But the purity and elegance of this Pauillac cannot be denied – a quite brilliant contribution to the 2014 vintage. Tasted blind at the annual Southwold tasting. (Neal Martin, Vinous, March 2018)

9.5

Lisa Fried

This was a great classic Paulliac. Still very young but will be great in several years. Good value.

This was a great classic Paulliac. Still very young but will be great in several years. Good value.

9.2

Robert Stackowiak

Not a lot of nose but deep color and very smooth and pleasing. November 2017.

Not a lot of nose but deep color and very smooth and pleasing. November 2017.

9.2

Greg Ballington Delectable Pro

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

Medium plus to deep ruby red. Dark fruits on the nose with some cedar and minerality. Heavy tannins (7/10) and full bodied. A beast that needs some time to develop and grow up. Fresh earthiness on the palate with red berries, solid acidity and a long finish. Drink from 2020 till 2040

Medium plus to deep ruby red. Dark fruits on the nose with some cedar and minerality. Heavy tannins (7/10) and full bodied. A beast that needs some time to develop and grow up. Fresh earthiness on the palate with red berries, solid acidity and a long finish. Drink from 2020 till 2040

9.3

Max Gottesfeld Delectable Pro

There was an elegance. A certain finesse to this wine.

There was an elegance. A certain finesse to this wine.

9.1

David Canales

Lots of muscle with this wine. Red for including dark cherry. Cigar. Moderate tannins. Smooth finish.

Lots of muscle with this wine. Red for including dark cherry. Cigar. Moderate tannins. Smooth finish.

9.4

Kimberly Anderson

En Magnum. Still a bit brambly on the nose and evolving in the glass. There is a richness and depth that will enhance over time. Rich and lithe. BBB 2017

En Magnum. Still a bit brambly on the nose and evolving in the glass. There is a richness and depth that will enhance over time. Rich and lithe. BBB 2017

9.3

chao

Good

Good

9.3

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