Chateau Margaux in 1989 is in the unfortunate position of being the immediate predecessor to the legendary 1990 vintage which rather outshone most of its elders.
Nonetheless, Chateau Margaux 1989 is sitting comfortably in its drinking window and showing well with complex aromatic character, and...
Chateau Latour is on the St Julien/Pauillac border adjacent to Chateau Leoville Lascases. The generosity and heavenly balance of St Julien is combined with power and strength here to create what is for some the finest vineyard in Bordeaux
Chateau Margaux 1998 is drinking really nicely at the moment! Medium bodied and rich, complex aromas are abundant in a glass. In the magnum format, it is possible to enjoy this vintage over the next couple of decades!
Chateau Latour suffered some uneven weather on the weeks up to harvest in 1997, resulting in some uneven grape size. Rigorous selection for the Grand Vin created a product which is high in quality with good balance and structure. Nonetheless, this vintage ought to be drunk over the next couple of...
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