Grand Puy Lacoste 2015 75cl

James Suckling 96 Points: “Swathed in spicy and toasty oak aromas, this has a wealth of superbly expressed red and dark berries, flowers and mint. The palate delivers a very assertive and energetic array of dark berries and spiced plums with a fresh, focused, vibrant finish. Superb wine. Try from 2023. ”
Vinous 95 Points: “The 2015 Grand Puy Lacoste is just as compelling from bottle as it was from barrel. Sensual, polished and refined, the 2015 is all class. Silky tannins, perfumed aromatics and beautifully delineated fruit are some of the signatures. The natural richness of the year comes through nicely, but without overpowering the wine's mid-weight sense of structure. This is a fabulous example of the year. -- Antonio Galloni”

Rene Gabriel 18 Points: “74 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 23 % Merlot, 3 % Cabernet Franc. Tiefes Purpur, Granatschimmer am Rand. Delikates Bouquet, Damassinepflaumen, Cassis und feine Kräuterminznoten, sehr vielschichtig. Im Gaumen ist der Wein fast zärtlich mit seinem homogenen, reifen Fluss, strahlt eine wunderschöne Cabernetsüsse aus und endet verführerisch und so delikat wie er begonnen hat. Ein seidiger, zärtlicher Pauillac, der aber nicht zu unterschätzen ist. Hier kann man gar einen Punkt mehr erwarten in seiner Reife. 18/20 2025 – 2055 ”

Matthew Jukes 19+ Points: “This is a stern and commanding Grand-Puy-Lacoste with a serious, firm, statesmanlike nose and a taut, chassis, rippling with muscles and brawn. There is so much to admire before you even take a sip and when you do the power and poise ratio is sublime. Like its stablemate, Haut-Batailley, this is an epically balanced wine and while there is a more decadent nose here with more obvious oak and some wilder, exotic nuances yearning to be set free, this is a benchmark Grand-Puy-Lacoste and it is built to live forever. The tannins are regal and firm and the finish is immense but at no stage does it break out of its Pauillac straightjacket nor does it lapse into excess in any department. Utterly mesmerising this estate is kicking goals year after year and this is undoubtedly one of the top wines of the vintage.”

Tim Atkin 95 Points : “It’s time GPL were known as a great wine per se, rather than a great value for money claret (although it’s certainly that, too). This is the latest in a run of balanced, refined, “classic” Pauillacs with serious, scented oak complemented by cassis and tobacco notes, fine-grained tannins and bright acidity. Drink: 2022-35“

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