Chateau Lagrange Saint Julien 2015 - Liquors Inc.
Chateau Lagrange Saint Julien 2015
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Chateau Lagrange Saint Julien 2015

  • we95
  • js95
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750ml
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Category Red Wine
Varietals
Region France, Bordeaux, St. Julien
Brand Chateau Lagrange
Alcohol/vol 13.5%
Dark purple red with violet hues and almost black core. Aromatic nose with elegant character, dark berries, discreet oak spices and very fine toasting aromas. On the palate full-bodied yet elegant, ripe tannins with velvety texture, with a long and fruity finish carried by the bold Cabernet Sauvignon. A powerful and well balanced wine. (2022-2040)
Wine Enthusiast
  • we95

One of the furthest west of the Saint-Julien estates, this property has been greatly improved with investment from Japanese owner Suntory. The wine from 2015 is dense and impressively concentrated, perfumed black-currant fruits working well with the crisp acidity and solid structure. Drink from 2025.

Roger Voss, February 1, 2018
James Suckling
  • js95

Anyone who thinks that modern Bordeaux has become too soft or easy should taste this seriously tannic yet sleek and vibrant wine. So much drive and energy that the weak of heart should better stand back. Better from 2020 and has a couple of decades of ageing potential.

Wine Advocate
  • wa93

Medium to deep garnet-purple in color, the 2015 Lagrange gives up fragrant notes of chocolate-covered cherries, cassis and blackberry pie with touches of violets, forest floor, truffles and cigar box. Medium-bodied with plenty of intense black fruit and firm, grainy tannins, it has a racy line and long, mineral-laced finish.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown, February 21, 2018
Wine Spectator
  • ws91

A sleek, pure style, with violet and anise notes running in lockstep from the get-go, offering a beam of raspberry, blackberry and cassis flavors. Features a light tug of graphite through the finish, but this is relatively accessible already. Best from 2019 through 2028. 23,333 cases made.

James Molesworth, March 31, 2018